Navigating your way through rules and regulations to title or register your hobby or custom car can be, to put it nicely, a giant pain. But thanks to the SEMA Action Network (SAN), some of the guess work for getting your car on the road is taken out of the equation. By using the group’s Tag & Title Toolbox feature on the SAN website, you can get all the tag and titling information you need for all 50 states, right down to the very forms you’re required to turn in for each state. Now the only long process you have to go through is waiting in those dang lines at the DMV.
The SAN Tag & Title Toolbox is set up to make your life a little bit easier as a hobby vehicle owner. Now, instead of having to search your way through a number of websites to find out legal definitions, state laws governing your vehicle and the correct forms to file for your vehicle’s legal road status, you can find it all in one place. The website also provides DMV guidance released by state titling agencies to help you in the process of titling or registering your vehicle, as well as information on equipment and emissions exemptions in your area.
What’s even better is that you don’t have to search through all the information to find your state. Each of the 50 states has their own clearly marked folder on the website with all of the information needed inside. This allows you to have a great launching point for navigating through all the necessary material to get and keep your unique vehicle legally on the road.
Searching for a specific item? That’s no problem either. Using the “Find” feature, you can search through your state’s material for information related to key words. This is a valuable feature no matter if you’re just getting started in the tag/title process or need clarification half way through.
We all know the potential hassles that come with trying to title and register a hobby or custom vehicle, but with SAN’s help, those hassles are minimized. Unfortunately they can’t eliminate the screaming children and slow process at the DMV for us as well, but at least this should help lessen the number of visits needed.