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Nevada Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form (VP136)

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Nevada Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form (VP136)

Updated June 02, 2022

A Nevada motor vehicle power of attorney form (VP136) is a document that can be used to appoint another person to handle transfers, registrations, and titles of a motor vehicle in Nevada. This is a limited type of principal authority and can only be used for certain matters with the DMV in Nevada. Make sure to reserve an adequate amount of time to review and fill out this form. Due to the authority being delivered to the agent, the information entered must match what the State of Nevada has on the books to identify the agent, the principal, and the principal vehicle.

How to Write

1 – The DMV Agent Appointment Form On This Page Should Be Opened

You will need information identifying the concerned Vehicle Owner, Vehicle, and Agent. Once you have these items, open the form by accessing it through the PDF button on this page. It is recommended that you save a copy for future reference.

2 – The Vehicle Owner And Vehicle Must Both Be Identified

Look for the first statement, beginning with the words “That The Undersigned,” then enter the Principal Vehicle Owner’s Full Name on the first blank space.

On the next line, enter the County and State where the Principal Vehicle Owner lives on the blank spaces presented just after the terms “…County Of” and “State Of” (respectively).

Next, we will need to provide some information regarding the Principal Vehicle Owner’s Vehicle. This will be the Vehicle the Agent will be able to use Principal Authority to make decisions and take actions with. Supply the “Year,” “Make,” and “Model” on the blank spaces after the words “…Legal Owner Of The Following Described Motor Vehicle”

Continue the Vehicle report by entering its VIN on the blank space labeled “Vehicle Identification Number.”

3 – The Agent Must Be Properly Named To Be Appointed With Principal Power

Locate the required language “Does Hereby Make, Constitute And Appoint” then, enter the Full Name of the Agent.

On the blank spaces following the Agent’s Name, report the County and State where the Agent lives on the appropriate blank spaces.

4 – The Principal Vehicle Owner Must Supply Credentials With A Notarized Signature

Once these tasks have been completed, the Principal Vehicle Owner will need to fill in his or her First Name, Middle Name, and Last Name on the blank line labeled “Full Legal Name.”

The next blank line will require some form of Identification. Document the Vehicle Owner’s Driver’s License/Identification Card Number and Date of Birth on the blank line below the Principal Vehicle Owner’s Full Legal Name. If the Principal Vehicle Owner is a Business then enter the Business’ Federal Entity Identification Number (FEIN).

The Vehicle Owner’s Physical Address will need to be recorded as well. Utilize the next two blank lines to enter his or her Physical Address and Mailing Address (if different). The Physical Address must contain a Building Number, Street, and any applicable Unit Number just above the section of the line labeled “State.” This should be followed by the City, State, and Zip Code where the Principal’s Physical Address is located.

The next area, beginning with the words “State of Nevada, County of” will mark the beginning of the Notary Public Section. The Notary will provide further instructions then, subject this document to the Notarization Process. If a Notary Public is unavailable an Authorized Nevada DMV Representative may supply the proper credentials.