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Often times the dealership will send your title paperwork to our office. We will notify you when we receive it when we need additional information, paperwork or fees (see fee schedule) If you receive the title work from your dealer, the MSO(manufacture statement of origin) must be notarized or it will be rejected.
Bring the following documents with you to our office:
Often times the dealership will send your title paperwork to our office. If we need additional information or fees, we will attempt to contact you upon its receipt. If you receive the title work from your dealer, the MSO (manufacture statement of origin) must be notarized or it will be rejected.
Often times the dealership will send your title paperwork to our office. We will process it when it arrives unless we need additional paperwork or fees.
If you receive the title work from your dealer, you will need to bring in the following documents and fees:
Often times the dealership will send your title paperwork to our office. If we need additional information or fees, we will attempt to notify you upon its receipt. If the title to the vehicle you purchased was issued out of state, you will need a VIN inspection performed by a law enforcement officer. You may take your vehicle to the appropriate agency or contact them to schedule a VIN inspection.
Vehicles located in the city limits
Gillette Police Department201 E 5th STGillette, WY 82716307-682-5155Email
Vehicles located outside the city limits, but within Campbell County
Campbell County Sheriff600 W. BoxelderGillette, WY 82718307-682-7271
If you receive the title work from your dealer, you will need to bring in the following documents:
If you are purchasing a vehicle from an individual, ask to see the title. If the title you are given is a Wyoming title, be sure that all owners have had their signatures notarized.
If any liens showing on the title have not been released, ask for a lien release. If the title is an out of state title, call our office to see if the title needs notarized.
Many states do not require the title to be notarized, but if there is an area for notarization, the seller(s) need to have their signatures notarized. If the vehicle is a 2011 or newer, the odometer statement must be completed on the title and carried for 20 years. If the title is an out of state title, you will need a VIN inspection performed by law enforcement.
Vehicles located in city limits
Campbell County Sheriff's Office600 W BoxelderGillette, WY 82718307-687-6160
If a vehicle is purchased out of state and will remain out of state but require a Wyoming license plate, (student away at college, Military, etc) you can remit by mail the documents and fees required to obtain a Wyoming title. You will need to provide the following documents:
A vehicle identification number inspection is done by a Wyoming dealer if the vehicle was in the dealership’s inventory or by law enforcement if purchased from an out of state dealer or individual. Law Enforcement Officers will have the form necessary to complete the inspection.
Vehicles located in the city limits:
Gillette Police Department201 E 5th STGillette, WY 82716307-682-5155
Vehicles located outside city limits but still in Campbell County:
For vehicles located out of state:
Duplicate certificates of title are only issued in the county that originally issued the title. Effective July 1, 2018, there is no waiting period to obtain a duplicate title - Wyoming State Statutes 31-2-105 & 31-2-505. You will need to complete the Application for Duplicate Title. Only one owner is required to sign the Application for Duplicate Title and have their signature notarized. If there are any outstanding (unreleased) liens, you need to submit a lien release statement or letter from your lender. Fee: $15.00
If you have your prior state's registration, you do not need to get a Wyoming title in order to register your vehicle. Please contact the Campbell County Treasurer for more information. If you want to surrender your prior state's title for a Wyoming title, you will need the following:
1. Original Certificate of Title
2. Prior Registration
3. VIN Inspection Performed by Law Enforcement
4. $25.00 Cash/Check
If your lender is holding the certificate of title, you will need to provide a fax number for the lender and your VIN inspection. We will contact your lien holder and request your title to be sent here.
Upon receipt of your title we will contact you to bring in the following documents:
1. VIN Inspection Performed by Law Enforcement
2. Expired Vehicle Registration
3. Loan Papers (Security Agreement or Financing Statement)
4. $45.00 Cash/Check
Effective January 1, 2010, all watercraft must be titled. If the watercraft was previously exempt, please contact our office to inquire about the necessary documents required to create a title.
Visit The Wyoming Game and Fish Website:
Effective January 1, 2010, ALL trailers must be titled. This includes trailers weighing less than 1,000 pounds that may have been previously exempt. If the trailer was previously exempt, please contact our office to inquire about the necessary documents required to create a title.
The State of Wyoming Department of Transportation assigns vehicle identification numbers for homemade trailers, rebuilt vehicles, and vehicles that have more than one VIN.
A Multi-Purpose Vehicle is a vehicle that:
To title an MPV purchased new from a dealer, you will need:
To title a previously owned MPV with a Wyoming Certificate of Title, you will need:
To title a previously owned MPV with an out of state title you will need:
Please contact our office for assistance.
To sell your vehicle you will need to provide your buyer with the following:
1. The original certificate of title with the owner(s) signature(s) properly notarized.The law changed January 1, 2020 regarding the signature(s) of the seller(s). If the title is held in 2 names with no conjunction or the word or, only one owner needs to sign as seller. If the title is held in 2 names or more with the conjunction and/&, and/or, &/or all owners must sign. If JTWROS or Tenants by the Entirety is on the title, all owners must sign regardless of a conjunction or not.
2. The odometer disclosure on the title must be completed on all vehicles 2011 and newer and be carried for 20 years.
3. A lien release if there are any unreleased liens on your certificate of title.
Information and forms can be found at:
The odometer has to be carried for 20 years beginning on all vehicles 2011 and newer.