Rhode Island Repossession Services
We have repossessors located in the following cities:
Providence, Rhode Island
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.
Rhode Island Counties covered - Bristol County, Kent County, Newport County, Providence County, Washington County
Rhode Island Cities covered - Barrington Bristol Central Falls Coventry Cranston Cumberland East Greenwich East Providence Johnston Lincoln Middletown Narragansett Newport North Kingstown North Providence North Smithfield Pawtucket Portsmouth Providence Riverside Rumford Smithfield Tiverton Wakefield Warren Warwick West Warwick Westerly Woonsocket Barrington, Bristol, Prudence Island, Warren, Coventry, East Greenwich, Greene, Warwick, West Greenwich, West Warwick, Jamestown, Little Compton, Middletown, Newport, Portsmouth, Tiverton, Albion, Brown Station, Burrillville, Central Falls, Chepachet, Clayville, Cranston, Cumberland, East Providence, Fiskeville, Forestdale, Foster, Friar Station, Glendale, Glocester, Greenville, Harmony, Harrisville, Hope, Johnston, Lincoln, Manville, Mapleville, North Providence, North Scituate, North Smithfield,Oakland, Pascoag, Pawtucket, Providence, Riverside, Rumford, Scituate, Slatersville, Smithfield, Valley Falls, Woonsocket, Ashaway, Block Island, Bradford, Carolina, Charlestown, Escoheag, Exeter, Hope Valley, Hopkinton, Kenyon, Kingston, Narragansett, New Shoreham, North Kingstown, Peace Dale, Point Judith, Richmond, Rockville, Saunderstown, Shannock, Slocum, South Kingstown, West Kingston, Westerly, Wood River Junction, Wyoming
Rhode Island title, and repossession requirements:
Title State: License and Registration information refer to: Rhode Island Division of Motor Vehicles, 286 Main Street, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 02860
Recording: Filed with Town Clerk or Recorder where mortgagor resides. Uniform Commercial Code adopted July, 1962.
Recovery: Peaceful repossession permitted.
Redemption: No provisions.
Deficiency: No statutory provisions and seemingly enforceable if contract so provides. Judgment notes are invalid.
Special Motor Vehicle Provisions: None.
Documents Required to Transfer Ownership of Motor Vehicle: Title in lien holder's name; certified copy of lien instrument; affidavit of repossession; notarized Bill of Sale and Power of Attorney.
PLATES: Plates follow the owner if transferred to another vehicle, otherwise, plates must be returned to the Registry of Motor Vehicles.