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Delaware Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form (MV-386)

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Delaware Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form (MV-386)

Updated August 11, 2023

A Delaware motor vehicle power of attorney (MV-386) allows a motor vehicle owner in Delaware to designate a trusted individual to represent the owner in certain activities involving a vehicle with the DMV. In order for the form to be completed, it must be filled in and signed with a notary public present.

How to Write

1 – Access The Required Form-Template

Download this required template using the image’s buttons on the right. Make sure you have verified the information to be entered on this form as accurate before you begin. This form may be worked on as a computer file then printed and signed or it may be printed, filled out manually, then signed.

2 – Supply The Vehicle Owner And Agent Information As Requested

This form must have several pieces of information entered into the spaces in the appropriate areas. Begin by entering the Principal’s Name on the blank line preceding the words “the undersigned.” 

Then, in the space preceding the word “address” report the Physical Street Address of the Principal’s Residential Address.

The blank spaces following the words “City of,” “County of,” and “State of” require the City and State where the Principal lives to be documented.

Next, the Agent’s Full Name, Residential Street Address, City, and State must be documented on the blank spaces following the word “appoint.”

3 – Record The Required Information Of The Vehicle

The Make, Model/Year, and Vehicle Identification Number of the vehicle the Principal is appointing the Agent power over on the blank spaces labeled “Make of Vehicle,” “Model Year,” and “Vehicle Identification Number.”

4 – Supply The Owner Signature and Execution Date Of This Document

The next area requiring attention will be the execution statement which the Principal must sign. Locate the blank lines labeled “Date,” “Signature of Owner,” and “Signature of Co-Owner.” These blank spaces should be used to enter the Date of Signature and provide an area for the mandatory Signature of the Owner and (in applicable) Co-Owner to be placed.

Below the Execution Statement and the Owner Signatures, the Notary Public must provide the Location and Date of the Principal Signing as well as the Notarization Seal.