How do I complete a title transfer in Wyoming? Wyoming

Just follow these steps to process your title transfer.

How to Apply for a Wyoming Car Title

Did you buy a new car? If so, the dealer may send the required paperwork to your local county clerk's office. The office will notify you when it's time for you to complete the title application process. If the dealer doesn't do so, bring the manufacturer's statement of origin (MSO) to the office, along with the sale/use tax form, the odometer disclosure form, and payment for any title fees.

If you purchased a used car, bring the bill of sale or sales/use tax form, odometer disclosure form (if the vehicle is less than 10 years old), the properly assigned title, and payment for any title fees.

For private sale purchases, it's a good idea for the buyer and seller to process the transaction at the county clerk's office. This helps ensure everything is done in the correct manner.

After you've received your title, you can proceed to the county treasurer's office to apply for your vehicle registration.

Getting a Vehicle History Report

When shopping for used cars, a vehicle history report (VHR) can make for a smoother buy car/sell car process. Having this information allows buyers to make a more well-educated decision about a purchase, and enables sellers to alleviate some of the worries of a potential buyer.

Although VHRs vary in the type of information they contain, even the basic ones should include vehicle history information such as ownership records, title transfers, and a listing of any major accidents involving the vehicle.

Need More Information About Titles?

Title issues can sometimes be complex and confusing. So, if you could use some assistance with your title transfer, call the WYDOT at  (307) 777-4375.

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