Lot full of new cars

Oregon opts for paperless vehicle titling for dealers

In most states, auto dealerships submit the paperwork for vehicle titles and registrations for cars they sell. And with more than 7 million cars sold per year in the United States, that adds up to a lot of processing for state motor vehicle departments.

The Motor Vehicle Software Company is trying to change that with the launch of Vitu, an automated electronic registration and titling (ERT) platform that processes DMV transactions quickly and easily for dealerships.

MVSC worked with the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles and the Oregon Auto Dealers Association to develop Vitu, which will  allow dealers to manage ERT transactions across multiple locations on a single, digital platform and reduce paperwork and errors. In addition to providing client service, training and support, Vitu will ship license plates and registration information directly to drivers.

“Vitu will simplify Vehicle-to-Government processes for Oregon dealers, ensuring greater compliance and registration and titling efficiency,” said Greg Remensperger, executive vice president of the Oregon Auto Dealers Association, whose 20-plus dealer members represent more than 90 percent of Oregon new car dealerships.

About the Author

Derek Major is a former reporter for GCN.


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