When you sell or transfer a vehicle in the State of Oklahoma you have to complete the odometer reading statement in the Assignment of Title by Registered Owner section on the front of the Certificate of Title if the vehicle is a model year 2011 or newer, self-propelled and below 16,000 pounds. Additionally the seller needs to sign on the title in front of the Notary Public. The odometer disclosure is mandatory in any kind of vehicle transfer ownership including donating or gifting. You may use a separate disclosure form as well in certain cases. You can find all the details below.
In the State of Oklahoma you are exempt from odometer disclosure for any vehicle model year 2010 or older, non-motorized, a trailer or a camper, or a vehicle with a gross weight rating over 16,000 lbs.. Also you are exempt from odometer disclosure statement for snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles, mopeds or scooters.
Additionally the state of Oklahoma provides a separate Odometer Disclosure Statement form. You can use this form in cases when an out-of-state vehicle title does not have an assignment section for an odometer reading. Or you can use the separate form to record the transfer of a vehicle together with a copy of the assigned title. View instructions below on how to fill out this form.
Please understand that Federal and State law require that you state the mileage upon transfer of ownership. Failure to complete or providing a false statement may result in fines and/or imprisonment.
Oklahoma Odometer Disclosure Statement Form
Below you can find the Oklahoma state-approved fillable PDF form for your use in the case you have an out-of-state vehicle title that doesn’t have an assignment section for the odometer reading or you don’t have a vehicle title.
The state-approved Oklahoma Odometer Disclosure Statement Form 729 is composed of four sections. So below you’ll get complete instructions on how to complete this form:
The first section includes the full name of the seller. The name must be PRINTED. So this means to use only Capital Letters to write SELLER’S NAME. Next complete the Odometer Disclosure Statement. For the odometer reading (use only digits without tenths). Also, if applicable, check the corresponding box if the Odometer reading entered is IN EXCESS OF ITS MECHANICAL LIMITS, or the Odometer reading entered IS NOT THE ACTUAL MILEAGE (Odometer Discrepancy):
The second section includes the vehicle information details. So here complete the Make, Model, Body type, Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and Year:
At the third section please note that the “Form must be completed utilizing printed and signed names of individuals, not companies or organizations. Same individual may not sign as both transferor and transferee.”
This section includes the Seller information. Include here the full name of the seller. Particularly the name must be PRINTED. So this means to use only Capital Letters to write SELLER’S NAME. Next fill in the date of statement, seller’s signature, seller street address, seller’s city, state, and ZIP code:
The fourth and last section includes the Buyer information. Here fill in the full name of the buyer. Please note that the name must be PRINTED. This means to use only Capital Letters to write BUYER’S NAME. Finally complete the date of statement, buyer’s signature, buyer street address, buyer’s city, state, and ZIP code:
Do not use the form below if a title with an odometer reading section exists for your vehicle!
In Oklahoma you can complete the Oklahoma Odometer Disclosure Statement Form – Form 729 (Revised 12-2015) if you don’t have a title with an odometer reading section completed.
If you don’t know how to get an exact odometer reading you can find all the information here: Reading the Odometer – How to read an Odometer.
Tip: to complete the Oklahoma Odometer Disclosure Statement Form on your device (computer / phone / tablet) open this PDF form in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
You can also fill out the form by hand. But don’t forget to use a pen with blue or black ink and not a pencil!
How to fill out the Oklahoma Odometer Disclosure Statement
Below you have instructions about how to fill out the odometer reading on the front of the Oklahoma Certificate of Title in the Assignment of Title by Registered Owner section. Don’t forget to use a pen with black or blue ink and not a pencil. Furthermore do not make any alterations on the title because it will void the title! Also before you start to write on the title read first all the instructions carefully.
First the seller fills out the FULL PRINTED NAME of the purchaser (buyer) and purchaser’s (buyer’s) address, city, state and ZIP code.
Next the seller fills out the actual purchase (selling) price of the vehicle.
After that the seller certifies the current odometer reading as the Actual Mileage. Please use here only digits without tenths. Only if it is the case the seller may check the first box if the Odometer reading entered is in EXCESS of the odometer’s mechanical limits. Or the seller may check the second box if the Odometer reading entered is NOT the Actual Mileage (Warning – Odometer Discrepancy).
Next the seller needs to sign and HAND PRINT their name exactly as it appears on the title in front of a Notary Public. So please DO NOT SIGN on the title in the absence of a Notary Public!
Finally the buyer(s) signs and completes his/her HAND PRINTED NAME(S):
Odometer Fraud in Oklahoma
If you think you are a victim of odometer fraud don’t hesitate to contact Oklahoma Consumer Protection or fill out this Form – Consumer Complaint Form, email this completed PDF to [email protected] with “Complaint” in the subject line or mail it to: Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office, Consumer Protection Unit, 313 NE 21st, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105.
Find more details about the Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Division
For more information please visit the Oklahoma Motor Vehicle Division.
The Motor Vehicle Division of the Oklahoma Tax Commission deals primarily with the titling and registering of vehicles, boats, outboard motors, manufactured homes, travel trailers and commercial trailers.