Ohio

What is the OH ELT program?
The electronic lien and title (ELT) program is a method by which the Department of Public Safety Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) and a lending institution (lienholder) exchange vehicle and title information electronically. Instead of printing a paper title and mailing it to the lienholder, the OH BMV transmits title information electronically to the lienholder’s ELT service provider.

The ELT program lowers processing costs and increased efficiencies for all parties by eliminating the mailing, filing and retrieving of a paper title.

Who is required to participate?
At this time, the program is not mandatory for lenders.

How do I get my title?
At the time of release, a paper title will not be generated and mailed to the vehicle owner. The vehicle owner should request a paper title, if needed, from the OH BMV. The title can be. transferred to another lienholder, who participates in the ELT program.

How do I enroll in the OH ELT program?
Simply complete the Enroll Here form below and a DDI representative will be in contact with you shortly.

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