Bill of SaleBuying or selling a car involves more than just a handshake and the exchange of keys. It also includes titling and registering, which require one of the most overlooked vehicle forms: a bill of sale. To help you, DMV.org has devoted an entire section to your state's version of this simple but necessary form.
Regardless of whether you're buying a motorcycle, a used car, or even a powerboat, you will need a bill of sale. Not only does it verify that you are the legal owner, but jurisdictions commonly use the bill of sale to determine the sales tax.
Many states provide their own official bill of sale form. But rather than you having to drive to a nearby DMV office or to your county clerk to grab one, you can download your state's official bill of sale form right here.
And even if your state lacks its own official bill of sale form, we've got a generic version you can use that your state may accept. It contains space for all the necessary information: the vehicle's model, year, vehicle identification number, and purchase price. And, of course, we've included the all-important signature lines.
Best of all, you can access a bill of sale form from us 24 hours a day―even with the vehicle's buyer standing right there waiting to hand you a check. This makes it easier than ever to complete the paperwork you need to properly buy or sell your vehicle. Just click on your state to get started.
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