If you’re asking whether someone else can register your car for you in Michigan the answer is no. The Secretary of State’s office says that the “registrant must sign the application and swear or affirm that the statements made are true” and that the registrant is the “owner or lessee of the vehicle.”

There are a few other things to keep in mind when registering your car in Michigan. The state allows you to register your car for either one year or two years at a time and you have to renew your registration by the expiration date. You’ll also need to have insurance on your vehicle before you can register it.

If you’re registering your car for the first time in Michigan you’ll need to bring the following items to the Secretary of State’s office:

– The Michigan Certificate of Title which must be signed by the seller

– A Bill of Sale if the car is less than seven years old

– A properly signed Odometer Disclosure Statement

– The Michigan Vehicle Registration Application

– The proper fee

You can find more information on the Michigan Secretary of State’s website. and

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Drew Dorian

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