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    The Basics

    When you purchase a new or used vehicle, be sure to get a bill of sale. You'll need it to get a Georgia title and registration and to apply for a license plate. You cannot use a bill of sale to transfer the ownership without a Georgia title, unless your vehicle does not require a title.

    The Georgia Motor Vehicle Division offers an online, printable Bill of Sale (Form T-7) for your convenience. You may also create your own.

    The Particulars

    Georgia requires the following information on the bill of sale:

    • Name of seller/transferor.
    • Complete address of seller. Must be street address; a P.O. Box is not acceptable.
    • Date of sale.
    • Complete vehicle description, including vehicle identification number (VIN), make, model, year, series number, and body type.
    • Lienholder created at time of resale.
    • Date of lien, if applicable.
    • Name of purchaser.
    • Complete address of purchaser; P.O. Box is not acceptable.
    • Vehicle odometer reading at time of sale.
    • Signature of seller or authorized representative.
    • Signature of purchaser.

    Generic Bill of Sale

    If you have trouble downloading the Georgia Bill of Sale form, we provide links to generic forms from our sponsors.

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