Can you gift a vehicle in CT?
In Connecticut, you can legally gift a car to an immediate family member, like your parents, spouse, child, or sibling. Gifting the vehicle allows you to avoid the Connecticut Gift Tax and other related fees. To gift the vehicle, you’ll need to transfer the car’s title and register it to the giftee.
What forms do I need to change ownership of a car?
- Notice of change of particulars (NCP)
- Application for registration and licensing (RLV)
- Notice of change of ownership/sale of motor vehicle (NCO)
- Notice in respect of traffic register number (ANR)
How long does it take to transfer ownership of a car?
Once you’ve informed the DVLA, you shouldn’t need to do anything more. They’ll process the transfer in ownership and send a new V5C logbook to the new owner as soon as possible — this is usually within 4 weeks of you notifying them of the change.