A Vermont motor vehicle power of attorney (Form VN-101) is a legal document authorizing an agent to perform administrative tasks with an owner’s vehicle. A vehicle owner often completes this document so an agent can be present in their place when they need to perform some action at the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles.
As the vehicle owner, you should fill out one POA per vehicle, ensuring that you list the vehicle’s VIN, license plate number, year, color, body style, price, and other identifying details. Depending on your preferences, you can assign responsibilities like storing/parking the vehicle, insuring it, and negotiating its sales terms.
Signing Requirements: Principal and agent.
Notarization & Witnesses: Notary public and one witness (VT Department of Motor Vehicles).