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To apply for the auto title change of ownership, submit the following to your county tax office: The Texas title, properly assigned to you by the previous owner. Application for Texas Certificate of Title (Form 130-U). Affidavit of Motor Vehicle Gift Transfer (Form 14-317). Payment for the $10 gift tax.How do I get a Texas title?
Obtain a signed title and completed Application for Texas Title (Form 130-U) from the seller. Obtain a release of lien and/or power of attorney (if applicable). Bring the paperwork to your local county tax office. Pay the required fees and taxes. Keep reading to learn more about title transfers in Texas.How much does it cost to transfer a car title in Texas?
Motorists who are wondering how much they need to pay for a car title transfer are recommended to contact the county tax assessor-collector and learn the correct fee that must be paid along with an application for TX car title. The standard title fee is either $28 or $33. This depends on the county where you are titling your car.