What does “Minnesota Peddle Non-Public Clean Title” mean, and is it recognized as a clean title in other states?

The “Minnesota Peddle Non-Public Clean Title” indicates a vehicle that, due to specific regulations, isn’t available for public auction sale but can be sold to dealers. For RideSafely, as a dealer, this remains a clean title. While it is recognized as a clean title upon sale, it’s important to note that, according to NMVTIS (National Motor Vehicle Title Information System) law, any vehicle acquired through auction might be reclassified as salvage by certain state DMVs during the registration process. Always check with your local DMV for the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding title classification and registration requirements for auction-bought vehicles.

If you require further clarification or have more questions, RideSafely’s customer service team is ready to assist you. Please feel free to reach out to us at (215) 289-0300.

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Updated: April 9, 2024, 6:08 PM  

April 9, 2024   9985   RideSafely    Documentation  
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