***ATTENTION: ABC Title Of Laplace Is Now Open For Full Service. No Appointments Required. Average Wait Times Under 8 Minutes.***
The State of Louisiana offers Active Duty Military Personnel and Veterans several special services. Below is a list of these services that your local ABC Title is authorized to provide. ABC Title charges additional fees to provide Private DMV services. We provide a 25% military discount off all of our additional fees.
The RealID is not required until October 2020 for more information click here.
We are conveniently located in Laplace on Airline Highway between Belle Terre Blvd and Hwy 51 inside the Dave Millet insurance building with the green roof. Don’t mistake us for ABC Insurance which is Nextdoor.
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If you are Active Duty, there are a couple of things that ABC Title can do to assist with your Department of Motor Vehicle needs. You are eligible for a “Tax Break” when moving to Louisiana, provided you have paid sales tax on your vehicle in the previous state. Additionally, there are Active Duty License Plates available for most Branches of Military.
Veterans are allowed “Special Designations” by the Louisiana Department of Motor Vehicles. ABC Title can provide these same services easily and without the wait. Veteran License Plates for your vehicles, indicators on your Driver’s License, and additional services for Disabled Veterans. Here are all of the things with which ABC Title can assist our Veterans.
A. We accept cash, debit, and all major credit cards (including AMEX). Note there is an additional 3% fee for credit card payments. We do not accept personal checks.
A. Yes, at ABC Title, we support our troops! Simply provide proof that you are a Veteran and you are eligible for 25% off ABC Title’s service fee. (Discount does not apply to fees payable to the State of Louisiana).
A. You are exempt from “use” tax only, provided you can prove that you paid sales tax on the vehicle in another state prior to registering your vehicle in Louisiana. Unfortunately, you are not exempt from any initial purchase sales tax.
A. This varies on which service you are seeking. Any Disabled Veteran benefits related to the Office of Motor Vehicles requires your letter from the Department of Veteran’s Affairs reflecting at least a 50% disability. General Veteran’s services typically require your DD214 or other acceptable proof. There is a link following each product above that outlines the individual requirements for each.