How do I get a title in my name for a new vehicle purchased from a Wyoming dealer?
Often times the dealership will send your title paperwork to our office. We will notify you when we receive it when we need additional information, paperwork or fees (see fee schedule)

If you receive the title work from your dealer, the MSO(manufacture statement of origin) must be notarized or it will be rejected.
Bring the following documents with you to our office:
1. MSO (must be notarized by dealer selling the vehicle)
2. Odometer statement completed and signed by selling dealer and buyer
3. Financing paperwork if you have financed your vehicle
4. Correct fees (see fee schedule) payable in cash or check only

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1. How do I get a title in my name for a new vehicle purchased from a Wyoming dealer?
2. How do I get a title in my name for a new vehicle purchased from an out of state dealer?
3. How do I get a title in my name for a used vehicle purchased from a Wyoming dealer?
4. How do I get a title in my name for a used vehicle purchased from an out of state dealer?
5. How do I get a title in my name for a used vehicle purchased from a private party?
6. How do I get a title to a vehicle purchased that is remaining out of state?
7. How do I get a VIN inspection?
8. How do I get a Duplicate title?
9. Do I need a Wyoming title in order to register my vehicle in Wyoming?
10. How do I get a title for a boat or jet ski?
11. How do I register my watercraft?
12. How do I get a title for a trailer?
13. How do I get a VIN number for a home made trailer?
14. How do I get a title for an MPV (Multi-purpose vehicle)?
15. How do I sell a vehicle with a Wyoming Title?
16. How do I get a bonded title?
17. How do I get a title to an abandoned vehicle?
18. When do I need an Odometer Statement?
19. How do I get a Storage Lien Title?