Alaska Vehicle Power of Attorney Form

The Alaska vehicle power of attorney form is a document to be used when you want to assign someone to sign all of the documents related to the title and registration of your motor vehicle on your behalf in the State of Alaska. The state of Alaska requires that this Power of Attorney form be notarized and submitted along with the  Application for Title and Registration (812) or the Vehicle Transaction Application (821). Only the original of this document is acceptable for submission to the Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). This form may be used in the event the principal will be unable to perform the tasks on their own due to absence or illness.

How To Write

Step 1 – Begin by downloading the document and providing the following:

  •  The principal must print their name on the first line of the document
  • Print the name of the intended Attorney in Fact/Agent on the second line
  • Enter the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) into the next line
  • Enter the year of the vehicle
  • Enter the make of the vehicle

Step 2 – Notarization – Since the state of Alaska required that this document be notarized in order to be accepted by the Division of Motor Vehicles, do not sign this document prior to retaining the services of a notary and have them before you. You would then provide the following:

  • Principal’s signature
  • Date the principal is signing the document
  • Alaska Driver’s License (ADL) Number or other Identification (ID) Number

Step 3 – The remainder of this form must be completed by the notary and a notary seal must be affixed.

  • The notary will the return the document to the principal
  • Make copies of this document for your (the principal’s) records, especially since the original must be provided to the DMV, to retain proof that the document was created.
  • Provide a copy to your Attorney In Fact/Agent