Bill of Sale in Connecticut
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If you are buying or selling a vehicle in Connecticut, you need to make sure you have a proper bill of sale. If you are purchasing from a dealer, this shouldn't be a problem, because they are required to meet state standards. However, if you are buying from a private seller, you must ensure that your bill of sale is in compliance with state regulations. Completing the title transfer and obtaining a proper bill of sale is extremely important. If done incorrectly, you may encounter problems when trying to register your new vehicle.
You can download an official Connecticut DMV bill of sale form here.
For a motor vehicle bill of sale to be accepted by the Connecticut DMV, it must include the following:
- Name and address of seller
- Selling price
- Name and address of purchaser
- Date of sale
- Vehicle description, including VIN and odometer reading
- Signature of seller and date signed
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