Quite often, the title you receive from the seller may be one issued from a neighboring state such as Idaho or Utah. Some states no longer require the seller`s signatures to be notarized on the title. A good rule of thumb is if the title contains a place for a notary, have the seller`s signatures notarized. You will need the following:
Original title properly signed by the seller(s)
Title is clear of all liens or a lien release/termination statement is provided.
The odometer disclosure on the title must be properly completed or a separate odometer disclosure statement (PDF) must be presented. Check the odometer information on the title. It must conform to federal standards by reading as follows: I hereby state that the odometer now reads (no tenths) and to the best of my knowledge reflects the actual mileage of the vehicle... If the statement does not include the (no tenths), a separate statement is required. Odometer statements are not necessary if the model year is more than 10 years old.
If purchased from a Wyoming dealer, you must have a Wyoming Sales/Use tax form and present it with the above documents. This is not required if the vehicle was purchased from an individual or from an out-of-state dealer. If purchased from a dealer, you may also be provided with a Dealer Reassignment Form which the dealer may have you sign and have your signature notarized.