This page discusses North Carolina Electronic Lien and Title in general. For more in-depth NCELT information and to see how we service North Carolina lienholders, visit our state website dedicated entirely to North Carolina ELT or call us at 1 (888) 675-7477.
Electronic lien and title is going to be mandatory in North Carolina for lienholders as of January 1, 2016 (Senate Bill 407 and House Bill 1133). Banks, credit unions, finance companies, buy here pay here dealers, and dealers that place liens on vehicles and mobile homes are required to register for North Carolina electronic lien and title service to manage their North Carolina liens electronically. We provide full compliance with the NC ELT mandate.
The USA ELT system for North Carolina ELT electronic lien and title allows lienholders to view lien information in a visually friendly format, release liens and request printed copies of electronic titles.
Call us to answer your electronic lien and title questions at 1 (888) 675-7477 or visit our state website dedicated to North Carolina ELT electronic lien and title and read more specific details about how USA ELT services North Carolina lienholders. You'll find answers to common questions that North Carolina lienholders face as well as a deeper explanation of the North Carolina ELT service and how it works.
To register for North Carolina ELT electronic lien and title service as a lienholder, click here.