A Missouri motor vehicle power of attorney form (form 4054) is a document to assist individuals in delegating vehicle-related transactions to someone else with the Missouri Department of Revenue.
By completing this form, you can appoint a representative to act on your behalf to sell, title, or register your vehicle. After filling out the form with basic details about the owner, the agent, and the vehicle, the owner(s) must sign the document in the presence of a notary public.
This form is necessary for various situations, including when an insured automobile is declared a total loss, and the insurance company needs permission to sell it.
Signing Requirements: Principal only.
Notarization & Witnesses: Notary public (not required if signing electronically). (§ 301.644(1))
Missouri Secure Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form-5086)
Use to appoint a representative if the certificate of title for a vehicle is not available at the time of sale, the owner or buyer. This will allow the transfer of the vehicle while a request for a duplicate title is being processed.