[Vtr-tac] Capturing Legal Name and Identification Information

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Wed Oct 30 17:20:21 CDT 2013


Reminder for Legal Name and Photo Identification Requirements



Please review and distribute as appropriate.



As a reminder, legal name and photo identification requirements changed as of September 1, 2013.  In conjunction with these changes, the form 130-U (Rev. 8/2013), Application for Texas Title, has been updated to include space for legal name and identification information and forwarded to the County Tax Assessor-Collector offices. Additionally, the new version of the form is also available on the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles Website. The TxDMV recommends utilizing the new form, that can be downloaded<http://www.txdmv.gov/reports-and-data/doc_download/998-130-u-application-for-texas-title>, for title applications with a sale date on or after September 1, 2013. However, we will continue to accept the old form as long as the ID type and number are written in the gray box or the upper right margin. If the ID used is a driver's license, state ID, or passport, also include the issuing state, territory, or country information in the upper right margin. This information will be entered into RTS.



RTS 7.3.0 included new fields for capturing ID type, number, issuing state, territory, or country, if applicable. The Pilot for 7.3.0 started September 1, 2013, and statewide deployment occurred on September 16, 2013.



Valid identification documents and identification requirements can be found in RTB #024-13. Legal name requirements can be found in RTB #031-13. Both RTBs are available at www.TxDMV.gov.



COUNTY ACTION

You should be capturing ID information for applications submitted to your office. However, title applications that do not have the ID information should not be rejected if received prior to November 1, 2013. Any application received in your office after October 31, 2013, that does not have the ID information, must be rejected. After that date, RTS will not allow you to proceed with the transaction without the ID information. The ID type and number and issuing state, territory, or country, if applicable, should be written in the boxes provided on the new form 130-U (Rev. 8/2013). If an older version of the form 130-U was used, the identification information should be written in the gray box or the upper right margin of the form. Please do not reject an application if the applicant provided the proper identification information, but used a previous version of the form.



Dealers using DTA software must also comply by capturing the ID information on the form 130- U. This may be accomplished by software programming or by handwriting the information. When handwriting on the new form 130-U

(Rev. 8/2013), the ID type and number should be written in the boxes provided. When handwriting on the previous version, the identification information should be written in the gray box or the upper right margin. DTA vendors will be required to update their software to match the RTS Spring release.



Any DTA transaction received by the county on or after November 1, 2013, that does not include a form 130-U containing ID type and number must be rejected.



For customers at the county, make sure the name on the form 130-U matches the name provided on the ID. If the name does not match, the applicant must correct the form 130-U by using a single line to mark through the incorrect information and write the corrected name or complete a new form 130-U.



DEALER ACTION

All title applications received by the county on or after November 1, 2013, must include the ID type, number, issuing state, territory, or country, if applicable, on the form 130-U, or they will be rejected. The new form 130-U (Rev. 8/2013) provides a space for the identification information. If using an older version of the form 130-U, write the identification information in the gray box or the upper right margin.



The name on the form 130-U must match the name provided on the required ID presented. If the name does not match, the applicant must correct the form 130-U by using a single line to mark through the incorrect information and write the corrected name or complete a new form 130-U.



CONTACT

If the motor vehicle dealers have questions, please contact your counties. If the counties have questions, please contact your local TxDMV Regional Service Center.



Thank you,



Randy Elliston, Director

Vehicle Titles and Registration Division



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