Idaho Duplicate Title: Replace a Damaged or Lost Title

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Has something happened to your vehicle’s title? Did it become lost, damaged, or stolen?

If so, you’ll want to complete the Idaho duplicate title process!

There’s no telling what can happen to your title during ownership. You’ll want to get the title in order if you ever plan to transfer ownership as it’s your legal document showing you own the vehicle.

You’ll also want to update the title whenever you move.

Want to know how it’s all done? Keep reading to learn…

How to Get a Duplicate Idaho Title?

To begin:

You can only request a duplicate title if your vehicle fits the criteria – like:

  • Ten years and older
  • Commercial vehicles over 16,000lbs
  • ATV/Off-road/Trailers

Visit a local Idaho Transportation Department office/location.

You must file the Duplicate Idaho Title Application (Form ITD 3367) and pay a $28 fee to receive your duplicate Idaho title. You will pay $35 if you don’t know the vehicle’s number.

You will also need to get the form notarized if applying in person.

Replacing a title in person requires you to:

  1. Locate your local ID DMV
  2. Show proof of ID
  3. Show proof of vehicle ownership
  4. Submit your form
  5. Pay the application fee

Consider using this time to update your personal information at the DMV.

You can also send the form and payment to:

P.O. Box 140019

Garden City, ID 83714

Updating your information keeps your records up-to-date and stops any hassles when requesting documents or proving items later. This is good practice if you find yourself moving frequently.


You’re Done!

The title replacement process doesn’t take long (as you can see).

You don’t want to delay this as you never know when you may need to show your title. Try to get your duplicate asap to avoid any issues so you can keep showing ownership of the vehicle.

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