A West Virginia motor vehicle power of attorney (Form DMV-9-TR) is a legal document allowing a vehicle owner to delegate specific tasks to a trusted agent (or “attorney-in-fact”). When the vehicle owner is unavailable, the agent can apply for a new or duplicate title, transfer a title, and complete other administrative tasks on the vehicle owner’s behalf.
The vehicle owner should identify their vehicle on the form by providing details like the vehicle’s VIN, body style, year, and make. While this form doesn’t let the vehicle owner specify an end date, they can revoke it if their circumstances change by using a standard revocation form.
Signing Requirements: Principal only.
Notarization & Witnesses: Not required.