A Georgia motor vehicle power of attorney (Form T-8) is a legal document allowing a vehicle owner, known as the principal, to authorize an appointed agent or attorney-in-fact to handle specific motor vehicle-related tasks involving the Motor Vehicle Division, such as registration and titling of a vehicle.
The principal must accurately outline the delegated powers and provide their signature on the form. A copy of the attorney-in-fact’s driver’s license or a state-issued ID must be included in the application, together with the owner’s license copy if seeking an expedited title. The document remains valid for 12 months from its execution or until revoked through written notice by the Department of Revenue or Tax Commissioner.
Signing Requirements: Principal.
Notarization & Witnesses: Notary public (§ 10-6B-5).
Georgia Secure Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney | Form T-8SW
Authorizes the buyer to reveal the odometer mileage of the vehicle instead of the seller providing this information on the proof of ownership (certificate of title).