Registering Your Vehicle in Idaho
Here at South Jersey Auto Tags we help auto dealers in Idaho quickly get the registrations, tags, and titles they need in a timely manner to ensure that the sales process goes off without a hitch. We invite you to contact us or fill out our online quote form for fast service.
For Fast Service:
Mandatory Documentation with all transactions
- Title (for used vehicles) or Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin (for new vehicles)
- Bill of Sale
- Odometer Disclosure
- Vehicle Identification Number Inspection
- Title application/title application with transfer
- Power of Attorney from customer to dealership (if applicable)
- Power of Attorney from Customer/Dealership to South Jersey Auto Tags
- Copy of Valid Insurance policy
- Front and back copy of driver’s license of buyer’s/co-buyer’s
- Social Security number of buyer/co-buyer
Titles must be properly released by the previous owner and lienholder (if any), or Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin (for new vehicles) – must be properly released by the dealer and assigned to the owner.
The vehicle must belong to an Idaho resident or business.
The vehicle must be titled in Idaho before it can be registered.
If the vehicle has not been titled in your name, be sure the title has been signed over to you by the seller, and that you have a bill of sale from the seller. If the title is being held by a lienholder, bring the lienholder’s name and address. If your title has been lost, you will need to apply for a duplicate title from the state of issuance.
Bill of Sale must include vehicle description, sales price, buyer’s full legal name, original signature of seller, and date. A bill of sale is not required if the seller has entered the sales price on the title in a space dedicated for this information.
Odometer Disclosure is required for any transfer of a motor vehicle less than 10 years old and under 16,000 lbs. G.V.W. Disclosure must be entered on the title.
Vehicle Identification Number Inspection to be completed by an officer of the law, DMV employee, military police officer, or Idaho licensed vehicle dealer.
Out-of-state lienholders: If the vehicle and owner are in Idaho, the Vehicle Identification Number inspection can often be performed by the County Assessor’s office, Sheriff’s office, or City Police Department where the owner resides.