The Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney is a type of limited POA which is limited to matters in front of the Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Commission. These matters may relate to titling, registration or other transactions for which you need someone to represent your interest in a motor vehicle.
How to Write
1 – Fill Out And Submit This Form To Grant Vehicular Power To An Agent
The downloadable files previewed in the image can be downloaded as a PDF, Word, or ODT file. Save this file to your computer then print it.
2 – Bring The Vehicle To A Service Station With This Paperwork
The second page will need to be submitted with the Vehicle to an inspection or service station. The technician there will verify the Vehicle’s Year, Make, Model, Style, Vehicle Identification Number, and Odometer Reading. In addition, the Mechanic or Technician will submit his or her own Name, Company, Site Address, and Credentials then inspect the Vehicle to document notable malfunctions or defects.
3 – The Vehicle’s Owner Must Make A Declaration And Self Report
The first page will be the official declaration of appointment the Principal wishes to make. Some information will be mandatory for this document to be effective. Begin by producing the Legal Name of the Vehicle Owner on the first blank space. Then, solidify the identity of the Agent being assigned Principal Power here by documenting it on the next blank line (after the words “Gives To”). The Principal Vehicle Owner or an Authorized Representative of the Business that owns the Vehicle must sign this document on the blank line following the words “Signed By”One of two areas will need to be satisfied to lock in the Principal’s Identity. Should the Principal be a person, then his or her Birth Date and Social Security Number should be furnished in the statement beginning with the word “NOTE: If This Power Of Attorney Is In An Individual’s Name.” The first area will require a DD/MM/YY format while the second statement will require the standard Social Security Number format (xx-xxx-xxxx) If The Principal Vehicle Owner is a Business and that Business is issuing this Power, then supply its Federal Entity Identification Number on the blank space following the words “…Please Include Its Federal ID Number.”The remainder of the first page is supplied for the use of the Notary Public attending this signing. He or she will be the only party who can satisfy these requirements.