MV-74 (Certificate of Emission Compliance or Exemption) Dealers use this form to certify a vehicle’s compliance with emission standards. It can also signify that the vehicle is exempt from emissions compliance, if there is no statement on the MCO/MSO or if the vehicle is titled out-of-state. The MV-74 must be signed by the dealer and attached to the paperwork that is submitted to DMV for Registering/Titling. This form applies only to vehicles that have 7,500 or fewer miles and are model year 1996 or newer: • passenger vehicles or light trucks (GVWR of 6,000 lbs. or less, if from before the year 2000 — GVWR of 8,500 pounds or less, if newer) • medium-duty vehicles from 2004 or later (GVWR of 14,000 lbs. or less) • heavy-duty, otto-cycle, or diesel vehicles from 2005 or later (GVWR of 14,000 lbs. or less) This form is NOT available on the NYS DMV website, but it can be obtained fromDMV-DIRECT or aMotor Vehicle office.
DTF-820 ( Certificate of Nonresidency of New York State and/or Local Taxing Jurisdiction) This form requires customers conducting transactions in New York State to certify if they are exempt from local and state sales tax. It must be used by nonresidents of NYS to confirm that they should not be subject to state sales tax, or by a NYS resident that does not live in the taxing jurisdiction where the sale takes place. The dealership is responsible for collecting sales tax for both New York State and for their local taxing jurisdiction.
A New York State driver’s license with an expired temporary visitor status is worth ZERO points toward proof of identity and cannot be used as proof of date- of-birth. A customer with an expired status does have the option to bring their license to a Motor Vehicle office and produce documents showing that their immigration status is being worked on, and have their license updated to reflect this. At that time, they will be given a new interim license with an updated visitor’s status. A copy of the interim TEMPORARY VISITOR STATUS MUST BE CURRENT
license, along with a copy of the original driver license — provided the Client ID numbers match — would be acceptable as the full six points of ID. An interim driver’s license cannot be used a proof of date-of-birth. Reminder: The IDNYC Card is worth zero points and cannot be used as proof of date-of-birth.