The Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) implemented the Commonweath's Electronic Lien and Title (ELT) System in 1995. The System gives you the capability to electronically exchange lien and title information between the lienholder and the motor vehicle agency. Virginia DMV made use of the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) standards in developing this System.
Beginning in October of 2014, The Virginia Credit Union League of Lynchburg, Virigina, endorses PDP Group, Inc. of Hunt Valley, Maryland as the exclusive electronic lien and title (ELT) service provider in Virginia. Visit their website at www.vacul.org. To view the entire press release click here.
ELT becomes mandatory in Virginia in October 2015.
PDP Group, Inc. (as a member of AAMVA) worked closely with the state of Virginia to develop a web application that is both easy to use and inexpensive. Simply ELT is robust enough to handle lenders with only 1 lien per year as well as larger lenders with thousands of titles per year.
How to Enroll
- Complete the PDP Service Agreement which may be obtained by filling out this form requesting a service agreement.
- Complete the Application for Enrollment/Change In Electronic Lien and Title System.
- Apply to join the VA Electronic Lien Program at https://www.dmv.virginia.gov/exec/forms/apply.asp.
- Where it asks for Vendor Information, enter the following:
PDP Group, Inc.
10909 McCormick Rd
Hunt Valley MD 21031
- The DMV will mail you a Memorandum of Understanding.
- Once completed and signed, mail this Memorandum of Understanding to:
Electronic Lien Program Manager at:
Department of Motor Vehicles, Room #320
P.O. Box 27412
Richmond, VA 23269-0001
- Also prepare a letter on company letterhead signed by the current primary contact person, CEO or President with the names, phone numbers and e-mail addresses of the individuals to be added or removed on the contact list. This letter should accompany the Memorandum of Understanding from #6 above.