Nonetheless, that same obstacle exists today in interstate transactions involving a lost physical title or one that is physically held by a lienholder. Section 580.5(c) requires a transferor to sign, and to print his/her name on an odometer disclosure statement with the following information: (1) The odometer reading at the time of transfer (not to include tenths of miles); (2) the date of transfer; (3) the transferor's name and current address; (4) the transferee's name and current address; and (5) the identity of the vehicle, including its make, model, year, body type, and VIN. the Federal Register. Jurisdiction means a state, territory, or possession of the United States of America. The agency does not, however, believe the requirement to identify both an individual and an entity when the individual represents an entity, should be eliminated. The Public Inspection page may also Similarly, the status of an electronic title made unavailable because of technical failures led others to advocate expansion of the power of attorney provision in such an instance. (d) In addition to the information provided under paragraph (c) of this section, the physical document shall provide a statement referencing federal law and stating failure to complete the disclosure or providing false information may result in fines and/or imprisonment. Consistent with this theme, part 580 allows odometer disclosures to be made on a document other than the title only in very prescribed circumstances. Read all the field labels carefully. L. 112-141), which amended Section 32705 of Title 49, United States Code. Additionally, the mileage disclosed at the time of the sale to the dealer and the mileage disclosed at the time the dealer sold the vehicle to the subsequent retail purchaser would be recorded in New York's system and available for viewing through a web portal. The dealer would then sign a physical secure reassignment form agreeing with the odometer disclosure. Approximately 40 million used car sales occurred in the United States in 2018. Part 580 establishes minimum requirements for record retention, ensuring a paper trail sufficient to support detection and prosecution of odometer fraud. Accordingly, the final rule is adding a definition of “Printed Name” to § 580.3 specifying what constitutes a printed name in both an electronic record and a physical document. The final rule adopts the language proposed in the NPRM with a small number of modifications. As discussed in the NPRM, advances in technology are likely to proceed at a faster pace than NHTSA's ability to revise and issue new rules. California also indicated leased vehicle transactions should only involve lessors and lessees. (a) In circumstances where part A of a physical power of attorney form has been used pursuant to § 580.13 of this part, and if otherwise permitted by the law of the jurisdiction, a transferee may grant power of attorney to their transferor to review the physical or electronic title and any physical reassignment documents, if applicable, for mileage discrepancies, and if no discrepancies are found, to acknowledge disclosure on the physical or electronic title. After part A of the power of attorney form has been used, part B may be executed when a vehicle addressed on part A is resold. The AIA contended allowing both paper and electronic disclosures complicated an already cumbersome process. Many of the services provided by the Department of Motor Vehicles require forms. Because physical titles can only accommodate a certain number of reassignments, separate secure reassignment documents can be employed to facilitate transfers between parties that do not take title to the vehicle. In the years before NHTSA's 1988 amendment decreasing the exemption from 25 to 10 years, vehicles that had travelled over 100,000 miles were generally considered to be at or near the end of their useful lives. (b) Upon request of a transferee, a transferor who was granted a power of attorney by their transferor and who holds the title to the vehicle in their own name, must show to the transferee the copy of the previous owner's title and the physical or electronic power of attorney form. AAMVA recommended NHTSA remove references to the term “form” as it relates to electronic odometer disclosure and electronic titles because such disclosures are not made on a paper-based “form.”. Reference may also be made to applicable law of the jurisdiction. The comments received in response to this proposal were very supportive, with some commenters expressing reservations such a document could be used fraudulently if not clearly marked. documents in the last year, 108 According to Texas, this rule does not address situations where the power of attorney contains a statement from the transferor that the odometer reading is known to be in excess of mechanical limits or is not actual. (b) In connection with the transfer of ownership of the leased motor vehicle, the lessee shall furnish to the lessor a written or electronic statement regarding the mileage of the vehicle. Implementation of any change in the exemption caused many commenters to voice concern as the NPRM proposal did not account for vehicles subject to the prior exemption in the regulatory text. Additionally, the NPRM stated electronic odometer disclosure systems must meet special conditions involved in vehicle leasing, provide for adequate recordkeeping and record retrieval, and accommodate interstate transactions between electronic and paper title jurisdictions. documents in the last year, 1008 Id. In a matter of seconds, receive an electronic document with a legally-binding e-signature. (i) When a transferor's physical title is lost, a jurisdiction may facilitate the transfer of a physical title through an electronic process without issuing another physical title provided a physical or electronic power of attorney pursuant to § 580.13 is properly executed by the transferor. Due to its universal nature, signNow is compatible with any gadget and any operating system. Commenters addressing the issue uniformly opposed the proposed requirement that identity verification for electronic odometer disclosures must meet NIST Level 3. Texas also urged the power of attorney be permitted in jurisdictions with electronic titles and that electronic powers of attorney be allowed as well and requested there be no limitation to whom a jurisdiction can provide a secure power of attorney. Several trade associations acting on behalf of lenders also submitted comments, including the National Start Printed Page 52673Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU), National Title Solutions Forum of the American Financial Services Association (NTSF), the Credit Union National Association (CUNA), the Credit Union Coalition of Texas (CUCTX), and the Heartland Credit Union Association (HCUA). AAMVA noted that use of physical documents should be strongly discouraged in an electronic disclosure jurisdiction, but exchanging electronic and paper title records will be necessary. These regulations establish minimum requirements for odometer disclosure, the form of certain documents employed in disclosures, and the security of title documents and power of attorney forms. Id. All you need is smooth internet connection and a device to work on. Arizona stated requirements in §§ 580.5(c) and 580.6(a)(7) regarding the use of physical documents for a transfer being conducted electronically appear to conflict and suggested the provisions in § 580.6(a)(7) take precedence with § 580.5(c) being reworded to eliminate the conflict. Federal and state governments have an interest in preventing such fraud. California noted its procedure for converting paper titles to electronic calls for the paper title to be scanned and stored, and the original is destroyed. This final rule adopts these amendments as proposed in the final rule. Because there would be unlimited “space” for mileage disclosure entries in an electronic title system, Texas contended a reassignment process that is not specifically attached to an electronic title should be prohibited. An additional modification proposed in the NPRM sought to expand the provisions of § 580.5(g) to electronic systems. An individual, Thaddeus Lopatka, filed comments as well. documents in the last year, by the National Park Service HCUA stated Level 2 authentication should be sufficient while the NTSF argued Level 3 authentication was not required. Vehicles Less Than 20 Calendar Years Old (2011 Model Year or Newer) When ownership changes on a vehicle less than 20 calendar years old (model year 2011 or newer), the seller must complete the title for transfer and disclose the current mileage at the time of sale. Local Carfax reports 18,300 vehicles on the road with a rolled back odometer in the Tampa, St. Pete and Sarasota area, a 16% jump from the … In this Issue, Documents If you are using public inspection listings for legal research, you These paper forms would be executed by both parties at the tag agent's facility after each had verified their identity to the tag agent. The rules were to prescribe the way information is disclosed under this section and in which such information is retained. The purchasing dealer would subsequently sign on, review the selling dealer's odometer disclosure, and other data and accept or reject the transaction. Further, NTSF observed the NIST Standards are applicable to federal government computer systems and should not be applied in this context. Transferor means any person who transfers their ownership of a motor vehicle by sale, gift, or any means other than by the creation of a security interest, and any person who, as agent, signs an odometer disclosure statement for the transferor. Along with adding the necessary terms to accommodate electronic and original powers of attorney and physical and electronic titles to the former § 508.13(f), the final rule now provides two exceptions to the requirement that mileage shown to be lower than that disclosed on the title voids the power of attorney. Install the signNow application on your iOS device. L. 114-94), signed into law December 4, 2015, allows states to adopt electronic odometer disclosure systems without prior approval of the Secretary. Oregon noted there is still an issue with state-to-state transactions and will continue to be until all states implement an electronic process and asked if the proposal eliminated the use of the power of attorney with electronic titles. This final rule also substantially relaxes the proposed requirements for scanning documents to allow document conversion in black and white at a resolution of 200 dot per inch (dpi) and recordkeeping requirements in §§ 580.8 and 580.9 provide more options for dealers and relax the rules for auctions. Lopatka argued against allowing states to provide an unofficial ownership document, stating that merely requiring clear disclosure that the physical copy is an unofficial record may be insufficient to prevent this fraud and abuse. AAMVA opposed involving states in transactions made between the lessee and the lessor and that a state's only involvement should be to accept completed documents. When a vehicle is old enough to be exempt from the disclosure requirements, the seller may choose to simply place the word “exempt” in the space where the odometer mileage would be entered. (f) Upon receipt of the transferor's signed disclosure statement, the transferee shall sign the disclosure statement, which shall include their printed name, and make copy available to their transferor. [FR Doc. The NPRM proposed amending § 580.7(a) to allow lessors to provide notices to lessee electronically, proposed deletion of a printed name requirement for electronic odometer disclosures by lessees in § 580.7(b) and proposed adding a new § 580.7(e) stating an electronic system maintained by a lessor must meet the proposed security requirements in § 580.4(b). Finally, while states with electronic title and odometer disclosure systems may choose to employ separate physical disclosure statements in instances where a title has not been issued, the final rule establishes these states must provide a means for electronic odometer disclosures both before and after a title has been issued. Failure to complete or making a false statement may result in fines and/or imprisonment. Copart also questioned the benefit to be realized in relation to costs imposed by the change on state title systems. IAA, a vehicle auction company, stated the proposed rule would, in its case, result in a single employee signing on behalf of a host of vehicle owners bringing their vehicles for sale. NIADA and IAA responded, noting NHTSA should be mindful vehicle transfers are processed by many entities with different resources and are not limited to dealers. As required by the Truth in Mileage Act of 1986 (TIMA), NHTSA issued a final rule in August 1988 (53 FR 29464), stating odometer disclosures may only be made on the vehicle title unless the vehicle has never been titled or the title did not contain sufficient space for the Start Printed Page 52691disclosure. 32705(d)) provides NHTSA shall approve alternate motor vehicle mileage disclosure requirements submitted by a state unless NHTSA determines such requirements are not consistent with the purpose of the disclosure required by subsection (d) or (e) as the case may be. NAAA asked for an SNPRM to explore the effect of any delays inherent in producing paper titles on exporting vehicles. Similarly, the agency believes NAAA's concerns would not be addressed by issuing an SNPRM. Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets are in fact a ready business alternative to desktop and laptop computers. According to AAMVA, a 600-dpi resolution unnecessarily increases the file size to the point that storage and transmission of title histories sent via email become overly expensive and burdensome. CUCTX Start Printed Page 52676also noted states have been, and should be, responsible for maintaining secure electronic title records. Start filling out the blanks according to the instructions: in this video we will be discussing how to begin the transfer of an Ohio certificate title as son by the seller in Lorain County this presentation will provide you with the knowledge to properly complete all of the paperwork that is required any resources mentions will be linked in the description the certificate of title is commonly known simply as the title of your vehicle this important document is what signifies ownership of a motor vehicle or watercraft vessel to legally own a vehicle or boat in Ohio you must have custody of a title that is entirely legible completely free of alterations and erasers you should stir this document in a safe place like in a records box at home do not keep this in your vehicle should your vehicle ever be stolen thieves would have all the information needed to sell your vehicle any watercraft that is 14 feet in length or longer has an outboard motor or any craft of 10 horsepower Gator mice has a 12-digit hole identification number in order to be titled. Additionally, a highly prescriptive approach could be interpreted to be inconsistent with the direction in MAP-21 to promulgate regulations that simply permit electronic disclosures. An odometer disclosure statement is simply a declaration of a vehicle’s mileage as indicated by its odometer, and if whether or not it’s an accurate reading. The NPRM also proposed this requirement be included in 580.6(a)(2), that proposed requirements for electronic transfers. Requirements for Electronic Transactions, B. According to IAA, the proposed change is not warranted, and the costs of the expansion far outweigh any benefit. The purpose of this part is to provide transferees of motor vehicles with odometer information to assist them in determining a vehicle's condition and value by making the disclosure of a vehicle's mileage a condition of title and by requiring lessees to disclose to their lessors the vehicle's mileage at the time the lessee returns the vehicle to the lessor. The NSVRP urged NHTSA to make whatever changes were needed to ensure odometer readings were reported to the correct jurisdiction at every transfer, including dealer-to-dealer transfers. Because of comments that the proposal did not sufficiently specify the sequence in which odometer disclosure statements are signed, this final rule states a transferee must execute the disclosure statement “upon receipt” of the transferor's signed disclosure. In 2017, almost three decades later, the average age of light vehicles in use had risen to 11.7 years.[3]. if the mileage disclosed on the power of attorney form is lower than the mileage appearing on the title, the power of attorney is void and the dealer shall not complete the mileage disclosure on the title” (emphasis added) is erroneous. Notice of final grant or denial of a petition for approval of alternate motor vehicle disclosure requirements will be published in the Federal Register. (4)(i) A vehicle manufactured in or after the 2010 model year that is transferred at least 20 years after January 1 of the calendar year corresponding to its designated model year; or. ODOMETER DECLARATION WARNING: Federal and State law require that you state the mileage in connection with an application for a Certificate of Title. regulatory information on FederalRegister.gov with the objective of Texas submitted comments suggesting an additional two subsections be added to § 580.6. Disconnecting or turning back an odometer, and even owning a vehicle with a disconnected or nonfunctional odometer, are against the law. 1503 & 1507. Under § 580.5(d), paper forms used to make odometer disclosures must contain certain legal notices and warnings intended to ensure those executing the forms are aware of their responsibilities and potential liability when doing so. The number of odometer disclosures for the affected vehicles would depend on the retained sources. The heading for § 580.4 is changed to make it clear that it applies to physical documents, electronic titles, and electronic powers of attorney. This document is being issued pursuant to the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act of 2012 (MAP-21, or Pub. To extend this section to electronic disclosures, the NPRM proposed that in jurisdictions with electronic title and odometer disclosure, the system shall provide a means for making the disclosure electronically and incorporating it into the electronic title when the title is created. When a vehicle lease is terminated, the lessee typically surrenders the vehicle to a dealer while the lessor is responsible for making the required odometer disclosures on the title. This definition states “Access” is the authorized display and entry of information into an electronic title or power of attorney in a manner allowing modification of previously stored data. F.S. on NHTSA proposed several changes to § 580.5, Disclosure of odometer information, to accommodate electronic odometer disclosures. The NPRM asked for comment on these proposals, including the degree to which the security and authenticity requirements for electronic documents appropriately matched those for paper documents. For clarity, these amendments required bifurcating the former § 580.13(a) into two paragraphs, § 580.13(a) and (b), and redesignating the former § 580.13(b) through (f) as § 580.13(c) through (g). Dealer and auctioneer concerns were voiced by comments from the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association (NIADA), the National Auto Auction Association (NAAA), the Ohio Automobile Dealers Association (OADA), Copart Inc. (Copart), Dealertrack Inc. (Dealertrack), and Insurance Auto Auctions Inc. (IAA). No regulatory flexibility analysis is required if the head of an agency certifies the proposal would not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities. Section 580.8(b) is also amended to require lessors to retain both written and electronic odometer disclosure statements they receive from lessees for five years and, if the disclosure is electronic, the data shall be retained so it cannot be altered and which indicates any attempt to alter it. NAAA requested NHTSA consider expanding the availability of the power of attorney to situations where technical problems in an e-title state made electronic titles unavailable. Identity of Parties to a Motor Vehicle Transfer and Security of Signatures, 4. The NPRM proposed facilitating adoption of electronic title and odometer disclosure systems by adapting the existing physical document requirements of part 580 to a broadly defined class of electronic documents. This document has been published in the Federal Register. The agency estimated that it will take 15 seconds to fill the actual mileage per disclosure and the average hourly labor cost in 2018 is $36.39. Vehicle Identification Number and Odometer Verification – Form HSMV 82042 The agency concurs in these assessments and believes this less restrictive approach is consistent with the brevity exhibited by Congress in directing the promulgation of this final rule. Congress responded to the foregoing final rule by inserting a provision in the Pipeline Safety Reauthorization Act of 1988 (Pub. When promulgating a regulation, Executive Order 12988 specifically requires the agency must make every reasonable effort to ensure that the regulation, as appropriate: (1) Specifies in clear language the preemptive effect; (2) specifies in clear language the effect on existing federal law or regulation, including all provisions repealed, circumscribed, displaced, impaired, or modified; (3) provides a clear legal standard for affected conduct rather than a general standard, while promoting simplification and burden reduction; (4) specifies in clear language the retroactive effect; (5) specifies whether administrative proceedings are to be required before parties may file suit in court; (6) explicitly or implicitly defines key terms; and (7) addresses other important issues affecting clarity and general draftsmanship of regulations. 745, 1048-1056, 1379, 1387 (1994). . 49 U.S.C. The rule is expected to break even if the rule can eliminate 3.6 percent of the annual fraud loss (or rollbacks). (4) Raise novel legal or policy issues arising out of legal mandates, the President's priorities, or the principles set forth in the Executive Order. California and Florida offered support without elaboration while Virginia stated it supports signatures applying to an individual and not to an organization. Bill of Sale and Odomether Statement - … Start Printed Page 52697These rollbacks would account for 3.6 percent of the overall annual fraud loss which equates to $29.4 million (= $820 million * 0.036). If a state permits the use of a physical or electronic power of attorney in the situation described in § 580.14(a), the power of attorney must also contain, in part B, a space for the information required to be disclosed under § 580.14, and, in part C, a space for the certification required to be made under § 580.15. Florida echoed the comments of Arizona and California, citing greatly increased storage, transmission, and scanning costs. The Edmonds data used in the regression model only reflects dealership transactions which tend to involve younger used vehicles. Additionally, Texas recommended the text specify when use of a separate reassignment document is permitted. Open the email you received with the documents that need signing. The power of attorney shall be on part B of the physical or electronic power of attorney referred to in § 580.13(a), which shall contain a space for the information required to be disclosed under paragraphs (b), (c), and (d) of this section and, in part C, a space for the certification required to be made under § 580.15. This environment would be part of a system that records when the document or record is created, when the odometer disclosures within are signed, when documents are accessed, and the date and time any attempt is made to alter the documents as well as any alterations made in the document. documents in the last year, 27 It is also available for inspection at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Disclosure of odometer information by power of attorney. documents in the last year, 1519 In contrast to the NPRM, which did not provide for an electronic power of attorney but allowed electronic reassignments, this final rule authorizes both under certain circumstances. If a physical title is created by a jurisdiction with an electronic title and odometer disclosure statement system, any electronic record of the title must indicate that a physical title has been issued and the date on which the physical title was issued. This proposed requirement also appeared in § 580.6(a)(2) of the proposed amendments. Used Vehicle Outlook 2019, Edmunds, available at https://static.ed.edmunds-media.com/​unversioned/​img/​industry-center/​insights/​2019-used-vehicle-outlook-report-final.pdf (last visited Sept. 13, 2019). statement may result in fines and/or imprisonment. California and Virginia stated they agreed with the proposal. In NADA's view, NHTSA should clarify that where electronic records are kept in a centralized state system, the dealer record retention requirements are satisfied to the extent those records are reasonably accessible from their primary place of business. Provisions pertaining to approval of state alternate motor vehicle mileage disclosure requirements were recodified at 49 U.S.C. OADA recommended NHSTA not impose any minimum technological standards and instead leave that to the discretion of the individual state motor vehicle administrators. Section 580.6(d), § 580.6(a)(4) in the NPRM, of the final rule requires states issuing electronic titles to obtain the prior physical title or proof that it was lost or invalidated before issuing a new title. As explained in the NPRM, the agency believed this requirement is needed both to facilitate identity authentication and to create a record of the individual executing an electronic signature. NIADA 2018 Used Car Industry Report, National Independent Auto Dealers Association, available at https://www.niada.com/​uploads/​dynamic_​areas/​ei5l4ZznCkTc8GyrBKd6/​34/​UCIR_​2018_​Web.pdf? These paper forms, which were not titles, reassignment documents or a power of attorney specified under part 580, were employed to transmit information either before entry into an electronic system or to facilitate interstate transactions. Liberty Mutual suggested adding a definition for an electronically signed document used specifically for title transfers for total loss vehicles. Pursuant to the Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. Other changes made in this section for the sake of clarity and consistency include deletion of the word “forms” when referring to electronic records, substitution of “jurisdiction” for “state,” and expansion of the term “secure process” in § 580.4(a) to “secure printing process or other secure process.”. Reference may also be made to applicable law of the jurisdiction. ESRA stated NHTSA should take a technology and standard-neutral position and allow states to choose reasonable standards. Auctioneer IAA argued that mileage as an indicator of condition and value do not apply to older cars or factor into the decisions of those who buy them. The comments submitted in response to the NPRM, directed toward this proposal and other proposed and potential security requirements, underscored the degree to which states are invested in providing secure electronic systems and, to a lesser but still sufficient degree, in verifying the identities of persons using those systems for vehicle transfers. In 2017, the percentage increase to 26 percent.[6]. The final rule also now explicitly establishes how this exemption will be applied to different model years. Similarly, to enhance clarity, the final rule establishes as definition of “jurisdiction” that encompasses states and territories and replaces “state” wherever formerly used in part 580 with “jurisdiction.” This final rule also adopts additional amendments to enhance clarity and accuracy. Exemptions in 580.17 apply to transfers or leases for: (1) Vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) over 16,000 pounds; (2) vehicles that are not self-propelled; (3) vehicles manufactured in a model year beginning 10 years before January 1 of the calendar year in which the transfer occurs; (4) certain vehicles sold by the manufacturer to any agency of the United States; and (5) a new vehicle prior to its first transfer for purposes other than resale. Despite these protections, there were shortcomings in odometer provisions of the Cost Savings Act. These included inserting a new address in §§ 580.10(b)(2) and 580.11(b)(2), deleting the text in § 580.12, and amending § 580.11(a). The seller or transferor would fill out an electronic form identical to the paper form and sign it electronically. This final rule amends § 580.8(a) to provide dealers and distributors must retain paper or electronic copies of each odometer mileage statement they issue and receive for five years. 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