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Why Your Vehicle’s Title and Registration Are Important

As the owner of a vehicle, you are surely aware of a certain number of documents that come with that ownership. There is the vehicle title, its registration, proof of insurance, and your driver’s license. All of these papers are important, and you should care for each in a certain way. Some of your documentation should be kept with you and ride in your vehicle with you. Others should not.

Your Vehicle Title

The title to your vehicle proves that you are the owner. It is the most important document related to your car or truck. Your title is necessary when you sell the vehicle. If you decide to use the vehicle as collateral for a car title loan, you will need to prove that you own the car. Embassy Loans requires that you have the title to complete the loan process. You should never leave your title in your vehicle. Keep it locked away in a safe place. Replacing a lost title is usually time-consuming and frustrating. Avoid having to replace it by keeping it at home or in a safe deposit box.

Your Vehicle Registration

States require that you register your vehicle with the state department of motor vehicles. In most states, you must register the vehicle on an annual basis. You should keep the registration document that you receive in your vehicle at all times. If you are stopped by law enforcement, failure to prove that a vehicle is registered to you can result in a fine.

Your Insurance Information

Most states will not allow you to purchase a vehicle until you can prove that you have paid for insurance on it. Your insurance company will provide you with a card or document that shows you do have insurance. Like registration, you usually renew insurance on an annual basis. Your insurance documentation should be kept in your vehicle. Failure to show your proof of insurance to a law enforcement officer can also result in a fine.

Your Driver’s License

In order to drive a motor vehicle, state law requires that an individual possesses a driver’s license. You must be of a certain age (whatever your state requires) and pass certain tests to receive a license. You should keep your driver’s license with you at all times since it serves other purposes. Not only does it permit you to drive, but it’s also most individuals’ primary form of identification.

Keep your driver’s license with you at all times. Your vehicle registration and proof of insurance should remain in your vehicle at all times, and your title should be kept somewhere safe and somewhere where you can access it relatively quickly.



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Embassy Loans Inc. is licensed under the “Florida Consumer Finance Act” and as such Embassy Loans is exempt from any licensing requirements under the “Florida Title Loan Act” to the extent that any of Embassy Loans’ activities involve the making of a loan of money to a consumer secured by bailment of a certificate of title to a motor vehicle.

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Embassy Loans uses “Title Loans” for advertisement purposes only and provides auto equity loans. Embassy Loans Inc. is licensed under the “Florida Consumer Finance Act” under Florida Statute 516 and as such Embassy Loans is exempt from any licensing requirements under the “Florida Title Loan Act” to the extent that any of Embassy Loans’ activities involve the making of a loan of money to a consumer secured by bailment of a certificate of title to a motor vehicle.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an Auto Equity Loan?

An auto equity loan, sometimes known as a car title loan or a car equity loan, is a type of loan that allows you to borrow money by using your vehicle as collateral. The loan is secured by your vehicle, meaning you agree to use the equity in your car to back the loan. 

What is an Unsecured Personal Loan

An unsecured personal loan is a loan that does not require collateral. Funds are provided based on your credit worthiness and your ability to repay. 

What Is the Credit Builder Program

The credit builder program is designed to help individuals establish or improve their credit score with the primary purpose of building a positive credit history through regular payments.

Can i have more than one Loan at a time?

Embassy Loans can only extend one loan at a time and it’s advisable to start with one and focus on making payments in a timely manner to prevent default.

What happens if I miss a payment?

Missing a payment can have negative consequences, including late fees, a drop in your credit score, and potential default on the loan. Consistent, on-time payments are crucial to benefit from the program.