Wyoming Bill to Ease Burden on Vehicle Restorers Signed into Law by Governor Matt Mead

A bill (H.B. 90) to ease the burden on hobbyists by providing an exemption from bonded title requirements was signed into law by Governor Matt Mead.  By allowing enthusiasts to title vehicles being restored for personal use without posting bond, the exemption reduces costs associated with titling hobby vehicles when an original title was never issued or can no longer be located.  The new law allows restorers to title their completed works by submitting an affidavit of vehicle ownership, a notarized bill of sale, a written statement of the value of the vehicle (based on a national appraisal guide or appraisal performed by a dealer) and a VIN inspection.  To prevent abuse of the new procedure, titles issued under this procedure will not be transferable for the first 180 days after issuance.

Thank you and congratulations to all who participated in supporting this bill.