Idaho Vehicle Power of Attorney (ITD 3368)
An Idaho motor vehicle power of attorney (Form ITD 3368) is a single-page document completed by a vehicle owner or business (the grantor) to elect another person (the attorney-in-fact) to act on their behalf. By accepting the role, the attorney-in-fact agrees to handle vehicle-related matters for the grantor. The owner or business uses the form when they cannot (or do not want to) tend to the matters themselves.
|Signing requirements: The form requires notarization if the grantor needs the attorney-in-fact to apply for a duplicate title.|
What is an Idaho Motor Vehicle POA?
An Idaho motor vehicle power of attorney privileges the attorney-in-fact with the power to manage another person’s vehicle as if it was their own. The document empowers them to buy or sell the vehicle, allow or deny mechanical work, have it inspected, or complete other tasks that the owner would do themselves. However, the attorney-in-fact cannot legally act beyond the boundaries set in the power of attorney.
The grantor does not need a reason to cancel the document, meaning that they can revoke it at any time with a revocation form. If they need to make modifications (e.g., address, name, or phone number change), they must complete a new motor vehicle power of attorney. The previous one terminates as soon as they create and sign the new document.
How to Write
Step 1 – Vehicle / Vessel Information
Fill in the following information for the vehicle or vessel:
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) / Hull Identification Number
- Title number
- Year (e.g., 2002)
- Make (e.g., Kia)
- Model (e.g., Sorento)
Step 2 – Attorney-in-Fact Personal Details
Write the name and address of the representative (attorney-in-fact).
Step 3 – Grantor Information
If the grantor is an individual, complete the top section with the following:
- Name (printed last, first, middle)
- Idaho driver’s license or Social Security Number
- Address of current legal residence
- Mailing address, if different from legal residence
- Daytime phone number
If the grantor is a business, complete the bottom section with the following:
- Business name
- Authorized person’s name
- Business EIN (Employer Identification Number)
- Business current legal address
- Mailing address (if different from legal address)
- Daytime phone number
Step 4 – Signature of a Notary Public OR an ITD Agent
A Notary Public needs to enter the date, county and state of issuance, commission expiration date, Seal, and the signature of the Notary Public or ITD Agent.