Your motorcycle title is the primary document that demonstrates your ownership of the vehicle.
The title is needed to sell your motorcycle to someone else, transfer the motorcycle to a new state, or apply for a motorcycle title loan.
If you’ve lost the title or it has become damaged, you’ll want to request a duplicate as soon as possible.
This page will provide you with an overview of the steps involved with getting a duplicate motorcycle title in South Carolina.
How to Replace a Lost Motorcycle Title in South Carolina
Your options for requesting a duplicate motorcycle title include:
- By mail.
- In person at a DMV office.
To replace a lost motorcycle title in South Carolina, you’ll need to:
- Fill out a title application: https://www.scdmvonline.com/-/media/Forms/400.ashx
- Provide proof of identification.
- Provide the necessary motorcycle details and ownership information.
- Pay the duplicate title fee.
If you submit the application by mail, you can send it and your payment check to:
PO Box 1498
Blythewood, SC 29016-0024
Can I get a duplicate title online?
In South Carolina, you can request a replacement motorcycle title online. To get started, visit the online services page at: https://www.scdmvonline.com/SCTRNS/Public/Transactions/EZDupTitle/CustomerType.aspx
Lost Motorcycle Title Cost in South Carolina
The fee for a duplicate title is $15.
What should you do if you lost your South Carolina motorcycle title?
If your South Carolina motorcycle title is lost, you should request a replacement as quickly as possible.
When you sell the bike or move to another state, you’ll need the title in order to transfer ownership. Learn more about motorcycle title transfers in South Carolina.
Remember to keep your title, or pink slip, in a safe place away from the motorcycle.
For more information about getting a replacement motorcycle title in South Carolina, check out the official DMV website at: https://www.scdmvonline.com/
Need more information? Check out our overview of the requirements for motorcycle titles and registrations in South Carolina.