622 S LINCOLN AVE OFALLON IL 62269
The following questions and answers are provided for informational purposes. Romano's cannot be held responsible for the rapidly changing rules and regulations of vehicle title and registration in the 50 United States and/or the varied title and registration situations that may occur and have not been mentioned below.
Question:Does my vehicle require emissions testing at this time?
Answer: Find out now by using the Illinois Air Team's vehicle eligibility tool: http://illinoisairteam.net/vehicle-eligibility-check-tool/
Question: Does my vehicle need to pass emissions (EPA) testing before I can renew my license sticker?
Answer: If your vehicle is currently due for emissions testing, you will need to have it tested before the sticker can be renewed. **If your vehicle has failed emissions testing, you may be eligible for a license plate sticker extension. Please contact us for more information.
Question: Everyone at Romano's works hard to make my time in the office easy and fast. What can I do to be prepared and help make things go faster when I come in to do my vehicle transactions?
Answer: There are a few things that you can do to be most prepared when you arrive.
Question: I just moved to Illinois. My vehicle was titled and registered in the state I lived in before. How do I get it titled and registered in Illinois?
Answer: The paperwork for this situation can vary depending on the state the vehicle was registered and titled in most recently, and whether or not you have a lien holder.
Owner-Held States-- Several states at this time are referred to as Owner-Held States. This means that whether or not there is a lien, the owner (you), not the lien holder holds the title. As of June 30th, 2018 the list of these states includes Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New York, Oklahoma, and Wyoming. This means that in order to title and register the vehicle in Illinois, you will need to bring the original title to our office with you.
Lien Holder Held States-- If the state your vehicle was titled and registered in most recently is not an Owner-Held state, and the Lien Holder possesses the title, you can register and title the vehicle in Illinois without the original title. You will need to bring other specific paperwork instead, including:
Kansas-- Kansas is an Electronic Title State. When coming to register and title a vehicle in Illinois that was most recently titled in Kansas, a paper title will need to be requested and obtained from the state of Kansas.
Question: Do you title Mobile Homes?
Answer: Romano's does process applications for Mobile Home titles. For a recently purchased mobile home that you wish to title, you will need to bring the Tax Clearance Letter (with the imprinted seal, obtained from the court house of the county the mobile home is located in) to be submitted with your application for mobile home title.