When shall a person operate on a notarized bill of sale?
When a title is being held by a bank or other financial institution and the title is not available at the time the vehicle is delivered. NOTE: If a vehicle dealer does not provide a notarized bill of sale to the transferee, they shall provide a dealer's invoice in lieu of the bill of sale. OR when a vehicle auctioneer transfers ownership of a vehicle in the course of his business as a vehicle auctioneer. Under both circumstances, the transferee has 60 days to operate on a notarized bill of sale or dealer's invoice.
When shall a person operate on the title only?
When ownership transfers and the title is not held by a bank or other financial institution or not transferred from an auctioneer of vehicles, the title is to be dated and delivered to the transferee at the time of delivering the vehicle. The transferee has 45 days to operate on a properly executed title.
How long can a person operate on a temporary from an out of state dealer?
Effective January 1, 2016: Out of state dealer temporary's will be recognized for 60 days as long as the vehicle stays within Wyoming boundaries, regardless of when the out-of-state temporary permit expires.