TriVIN Inc. on June 6 announced the launch of its new Web site, TriVIN, currently operating in 11 states, enables participating clients to title and register vehicles for its customers by directly accessing DMV computer systems. "With triVIN, temporary plates, fee estimates and multiple trips to the DMV are a thing of the past," said William Rountree, triVIN's president and CEO. "While the various auto institutions can process registration documents from the convenience of their own office in just three to four minutes, car buyers can get a metal license plate, permanent registration documents and appropriate stickers right at the point-of-sale." The new Web site, developed by Dallas, Texas-based enherent Corp., showcases triVIN's titling, registration and inquiry software and services. For automobile dealers, lease/rental businesses, financial institutions and fleet operations who aren't yet using triVIN, the site provides information about how the company's software minimizes DMV interaction to expedite titling and registration, reduce handling costs and increase customer satisfaction. "While we don't promise to become available in every state, we are expanding our geographic coverage significantly," Rountree said. In addition to benefiting automobile dealers, lease/rental companies and automobile buyers, triVIN helps state DMVs eliminate processing time and costs, while improving data integrity--at no cost to the state, according to Rountree. For more information, visit