Form VSD 190, Application for Vehicle Transaction(s)
What Is a VSD 190 Form?
Form VSD 190, Application for Vehicle Transaction(s), is a document developed by the Illinois Secretary of State for individuals interested in any kind of vehicle transaction. The list of possible transactions includes (but not limited to):
- Title and Registration;
- Title and Transfer.
The application is supposed to be filled out by those filers who live in Illinois and for those who bought vehicles from an out-of-state dealer and bringing it into Illinois.
Where Can I Get a VSD 190 Form?
The application is available online and is completed through the Electronic Registration and Title (ERT) System. Filers can also obtain this document by visiting a local Illinois Secretary of State office.
How to Fill Out VSD 190?
An Illinois Application for Vehicle Transaction(s) can only be filled out through the ERT System. The system allows filers to fill in the application and print it. In order to complete the transaction successfully, the applicant should follow a few simple steps:
- Complete the application. While completing an application, an individual must designate certain types of data, such as owner information, vehicle information, insurance, information about lienholder (if applicable), etc.
- Gather required supporting documents. The list of pertinent documents depends on the type of transaction the filer is applying for and on the information they entered in their application online. The documents are proof that the designated information is correct and valid. It can include an affidavit, affirmation, loan agreement, lease agreement, lien release, etc. For example, individuals who are applying for a vehicle transfer from one person to another must attach a completed Form RUT-50 (available through the 24-hour Forms Order Line at 1 800 356-6302).
- Transfer the payment. The payment can only be made by check or by money order. The fee depends on the type of transaction the applicant is applying for. For example, a fee for a title transaction is $150. The applicant should make sure that there are no additional payments to be made, and if there are - that they took care of them. If the applicant is required to make a tax payment, it should be done with a separate check (or a separated money order) payable to the Illinois Department of Revenue.
- Submit it to your local Secretary of State facility. The documents can be submitted in person or by mail. If the applicant prefers to mail documents, they should send them to the Illinois Secretary of State, address: Secretary of State, Vehicle Service Department, ERT Section, Rm. 629, 501 S. Second St., Springfield, IL. 62756.
VSD 190 Related Forms:
- Form VSD 609, Affidavit of Repossession. This document is being used when a vehicle is lawfully repossessed by the lienholder under the terms of the agreement, signed between the owner of the vehicle and the lienholder;
- Form VSD 76.3, Affirmation of Registration Information. Individuals use this document with the application for title and transfer (or transfer only for license) if they don’t have a Registration ID Card to send in;
- Form VSD 393.9, Affirmation of Correction. The affirmation is used when the filer needs to make necessary corrections to documents that have been completed incorrectly;
- Form RT 11.16, Affirmation Supporting Salvage Certificate. Applicants whose vehicles are no longer operable can use this document;
- Form VSD 773, Beneficiary Affidavit. To add, remove or change a beneficiary, the filer must use this form;
- Form VSD 775, Beneficiary Affidavit-Unable to Locate. This form must be used by the estate upon the death of a vehicle owner when unable to locate the beneficiary;
- Form VSD 774, Beneficiary Claim Form. Use this form to submit a claim for an annuity where the owner had started receiving payments;
- Form VSD 327, Leased Vehicle Registration Affirmation. The document affirms that the leasing company releases interest in the license plate;
- Form VSD 333.4, Odometer Disclosure Statement for Title Transfers. Filers who transfer the ownership of a vehicle are required by law to state the mileage in the vehicle.