Odometer Disclosure Statement
When transferring a vehicle title and changing ownership, owners must submit an accurate odometer reading. To do this, many state motor vehicle agencies provide a form called the Odometer Disclosure Statement. In some cases, you can simply fill in the odometer reading section on the certificate of title or registration application. Find your state's form below:
Alabama: Titling forms
Alaska: Form 839 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Arizona: Title and Registration Application
Arkansas: Vehicle Registration Application
California: Odometer Mileage Reporting
Colorado: Complete on title or bill of sale.
Connecticut: Form J-23 - Copy Records Request
Delaware: See the Odometer FAQs for info on reporting on the Certificate of Title
Florida: Form 82042 - Vehicle Identification Number and Odometer Verification
Georgia: See the state list of Title Forms and Odometer Forms
Hawaii: Each county handles title transfers individually.
Idaho: Enter the reading on the existing title. Learn more.
Illinois: Form VSD 333 - Odometer Disclosure Statement for Title Transfers
Indiana: Enter the reading on the existing title. Learn more.
Iowa: Form 411077 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Kansas: Form TR-59 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Kentucky: Form TC 96-5 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Louisiana: Form 1606 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Maine: Odometer Information Form
Maryland: Form VR-197 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Massachusetts: Titling Forms
Michigan: Form BDVR-108 - Odometer Mileage Statement
Minnesota: Application to Title/Register a Vehicle
Mississippi: Form 78-015 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Missouri: Form 3019 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Montana: Form MV13 - Application for Certificate of Title for a Motor Vehicle
Nebraska: Odometer Disclosure Statement
Nevada: Odometer Disclosure Guide
New Hampshire: Form TDMV 21 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
New Jersey: Form OS-SS-2 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
New Mexico: Form MVD 10187 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
New York: Form MV-103 - Odometer and Damage Disclosure Statement
North Carolina: Form MVR-180 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
North Dakota: Multiple forms can be used. See the Odometer Disclosure FAQ for details.
Ohio: The reverse side of the current Ohio Certificate of Title has the necessary statement. The older yellow (gold) title requires a separate federal odometer statement you can get from any title office. See a sample Odometer Disclosure Statement.
Oklahoma: Form 729 - Odometer Disclosure Statement.
Oregon: Odometer Disclosure info page
Pennsylvania: Odometer Information Fact Sheet
Rhode Island: Form TR-2/TR-9 - Application for Title
South Carolina: Form 400 - Application for Certificate of Title and Registration
South Dakota: Application for Motor Vehicle Title & Registration
Tennessee: Form F1317001 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Texas: Form 5
Utah: Form TC-891 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Vermont: Form VT-005 - Bill of Sale and Odometer Disclosure Statement
Virginia: Form VSA 5 - Odometer Disclosure Statement
Washington: The Odometer Disclosure Statement form is printed on tamper-proof paper, and not available online. Learn more to get one faxed or e-mailed to you.
Washington DC: Certificate of Title/Temporary Tag Application
West Virginia: Odometer Certification
Wisconsin: Odometer statement info
Wyoming: Application for Certificate of Title and VIN/HIN Inspection Form
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