Connecticut Repossession Services
We have repossessors located in the following cities:
Our drivers will travel up to 250 miles. If you need a repo in a city not listed, we have a driver that will cover it.
Click below to order a repossession.
Connecticut Counties covered - Fairfield County, Hartford County, Litchfield County, Middlesex County, New Haven County, Tolland County, Windham County
Connecticut Cities covered - Bridgeport, Hartford, Litchfield, Middletown, New Haven, New London, Rockville, Willimantic, Bethel, Botsford, Bridgeport, Brookfield, Cos Cob, Danbury, Darien, Easton, Fairfield, Georgetown, Greens Farms, Greenwich, Hawleyville, Monroe, New Canaan, New Fairfield, Newtown, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Redding, Redding Center, Redding Ridge, Ridgefield, Ridgeway, Riverside, Sandy Hook, Shelton, Sherman, Southport, Stamford, Stevenson, Stratford, Trumbull, Weston, Westport, Wilton, Avon, Berlin, Bishops Corner, Bloomfield, Bristol, Broad Brook, Burlington, Canton, Canton Center, Collinsville, East Berlin, East Glastonbury, East Granby, East Hampton, East Hartford, East Hartland, East Windsor, East Windsor Hill, Enfield, Farmington, Glastonbury, Granby, Hartford, Hartland, Kensington, Manchester, Maple Hill, Marion, Marlborough, Melrose, Milldale, New Britain, Newington, North Canton, North Granby, Plainville, Plantsville, Poquonock,Rocky Hill, Silver Lane, Simsbury, South Glastonbury, South Windsor, Southington, Suffield, Tariffville, Unionville, Weatogue, West Granby, West Hartford, West Hartland, West Simsbury, Wethersfield, Windsor, Windsor Locks, Windsorville
Connecticut title, and repossession requirements:
Title State: Title and License information refer to: Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles, 60 State St., Wethersfield, Connecticut 06109
Recording: All lien instruments relating to motor vehicles must be recorded within twenty days with the Motor Vehicle Department of the State of Connecticut. Uniform Commercial Code in effect, October, 1961.
Recovery: Peaceful repossession permitted. Police Department must be notified immediately after taking.
Redemption: Debtor can redeem within fifteen days after taking by payment of entire balance due if there has been no notification of intent to Take; if so, no redemption.
Deficiency: 60% of the purchase price warrants public sale with no notice. Less than 60% of purchase price paid, then private sale is allowed.
Special Motor Vehicle Provisions: None.
Documents Required to Transfer Ownership of Motor Vehicle: Certificate of title, affidavit of repossession and a notarized Bill of Sale or Q-1 form.
PLATES: Must be returned to the State of Connecticut if not transferred to another vehicle by the owner.