Georgia Vehicle Power of Attorney Form

The Georgia vehicle power of attorney form is a legal document that is also known as form ‘T-8″ This document will allow a Principal to appoint an Attorney In Fact or Agent, to handle any type of registration or representation of a vehicle on behalf of the Principal. The details of the vehicle including the vehicle identification number (VIN), make and model are required. As well, it is vital that the form is presented with a copy of the owner’s driver’s license(s) or state issued ID to be accepted. This document will require authorization with a notary public present to witness signatures. This document may be revoked at any time by the Principal(s). (See Georgia Form T-8 (Rev. 3-2015)

How To Write

Step 1 – Begin by downloading the document and carefully reading the information at the top of the form.

Step 2 – Appointment of Attorney In Fact/Agent – Provide the following information regarding the Principal(s) as well as the appointee:

  • Vehicle Owner(s) Full Legal Name(s)
  • Full Legal Name of Appointed Attorney-in-Fact (Only one (1) Attorney-in-Fact may be appointed)

Step 3 – Vehicle Information – Enter the following information with regard to the vehicle, into the appropriate boxes on the form:

  • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
  • Year
  • Make
  • Model

Step 4 – Owner’s Signatures – The owners must read the paragraphs and sign in the section in the presence of a notary public. Once you’ve read the information, enter the following:

  • Date the signatures in the boxes in dd/mm/yyyy format
  • Enter the Owner(s) Full Legal Name(s) – Print or Type
  • Provide Owner(s) Signature(s)
  • Print or type in the Owner’s Address
  • Enter the Owner’s Telephone Number(s)

Step 5 – Acknowledgement of Notary Public – The owner(s) must provide picture ID to the notary prior to their acknowledgement of the document – The notary will then complete the remainder of the document and affix their state seal which will legalize the document

  • Make copies of the document for the owners records
  • Provide the original to the Attorney In Fact
  • This document may be revoked any time in writing and delivery to the Attorney In Fact