If any information is incorrect on the title, you may submit the corrected information and request a corrected title.
- If ownership is changing or if an owner is added or deleted from a title, this is not considered a correction. It is a transfer of ownership and a new original title must be applied for.
- If the vehicle has an active registration, the registration may also need to be corrected. You should contact your insurance company and have an insurance agent complete and stamp an Application for Registration Amendment (RMV-3 form).
Obtain a Corrected Title
To obtain a corrected title, you will need the following:
- Certificate of Title (original only, NO copies)
- A completed Title Amendment Form. Please check the appropriate boxes and fill in all the required information. All owner(s) must sign the application.
- Any other documentation relevant to the correction
- $25.00 fee
Please Note: If you are requesting a correction for an odometer discrepancy, a notarized affidavit of facts must be submitted. This affidavit is a statement made by the person who originally miss-stated the odometer reading and is attesting to the true and accurate mileage on the vehicle at time of sale. This statement must be signed and witnessed in the presence of a notary public. If the person making the statement is acting on behalf of a company, the affidavit must be on company letterhead.
When will I receive the title?
Please allow seven (7) to ten (10) business days after receipt of the application for a corrected title to be processed and mailed.
Detailed policies, information, and instructions on how to correct your title: Amending Information on the Front of a Massachusetts Title