How to Transfer a Car Title in Wyoming

To introduce a car title in the state of Wyoming, it’s a good idea to read these instructions, locate all the appropriate lines on the title, and read any instructions on the title before you start filling in the information. Note that Wyoming titles must be notarized. Typically, that’s done at the county clerk’s office or elsewhere that provides notary services. Don’t fill out the title until you get to the office, and bring photo identification with you. If you don’t, the notary cannot notarize your signature. If two or more people own the vehicle, and one or more of those people cannot go to the clerk’s office and have their signature witnessed, the seller can bring a Warranty and Notarization Statement for each person.

Turn to the back of your Wyoming car title and look near the top.

  1. On the first line, print the buyer’s name.
  2. On the next set of lines, print the buyer’s street address on the top line. On the line below that, print the seller’s city, state, and zip code in the appropriate places.
  3. The next set of lines is the odometer statement. The buyer should print their name on the longer line and write the current odometer reading on the shorter line.
  4. Where it says “Signature of seller,” the seller should sign their name.
  5. If two people own the vehicle, the second person can sign their name on the next line.
  6. On the next line, both sellers can print their names.
  7. On the next line, print the date the vehicle was sold.
  8. On the line that says “Purchaser’s signature(s),” the buyer(s) should sign their name(s). On the line next to that, the buyer(s) should print their name(s). Again, if two people are buying the vehicle, both of them need to fit their names on these lines.

For more information about transferring a car title in Wyoming, visit the Department of Transportation website.