For your safety, some states require legal documents to be notarized when they are signed. A notary public is a person licensed by the government to verify the identity of someone signing a legal document, like the title transfer documents we ask for. Don’t worry, we’ll let you know if your state requires forms to be notarized.
When getting a document notarized, be sure to bring a valid government-issued photo ID so that the notary public can confirm your identity.
To find a notary public near you, we recommend searching for “notary public” in your local area in Google Maps or Yelp. You can often find notary services at print-and-ship stores like UPS and FedEx, your local library or courthouse, or AAA. You can also search for a notary public near you by visiting notaryrotary.com.
For more details, check out a step-by-step guide to transferring your title.