Updated on October 29th, 2021
The Idaho motor vehicle power of attorney (Form ITD-3368) is a document used by an individual (the “grantor”) to appoint a third-party representative (the “attorney-in-fact”) to carry out vehicle-related tasks on their behalf. The attorney-in-fact can either be an individual or a business entity represented by an individual. Under this power of attorney, the attorney-in-fact is authorized to endorse, release, or transfer registration and ownership documents for the vehicle specified in the form.
As Form ITD-3368 is a limited power of attorney, the appointed representative will not be able to perform any other task other than what is specifically mentioned in the document’s contents. Additionally, this power of attorney cannot be used by dealers as an odometer disclosure. If the applicant is using a power of attorney to apply for a duplicate title of the vehicle, the document requires notarization.
Signing Requirements – Grantor, Attorney-in-Fact, and Notary Public (if applicable)
Idaho Secure Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form ITD 3582) – To be used by dealerships to disclose the odometer reading on behalf of customers. This document can only be submitted by the individual appointed as attorney-in-fact when the lienholder is in possession of the title or if the title has been lost. The Form ITD 3582 cannot officially be acquired online.