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When you sell your car, you'll need the following paperwork:
- A notarized title, signed over to the new owner.
- A bill of sale or Declaration of Vehicle Purchase Price (Form 722-1), ONLY if the purchase price is not listed on the title.
If your Oklahoma vehicle title is lost, apply for a duplicate before trying to sell your car.
Though not mandatory, Oklahoma Tax Commission officials strongly suggest removing the bottom stub of the title (known as a Oklahoma Certificate of Title Tear-Off Notice of Transfer Tab) and bringing it to your local OK tag office. An agent will then update your records on the computer. This will protect you against liability.
Tear-off tabs are titles dated 2006 or newer. If you have an old title, without a tear-off tab, you can instead submit a Notice of Transfer of Ownership of a Vehicle (Form 773).
As stated above, the buyer will need either a bill of sale or a Declaration of Vehicle Purchase Price (Form 722-1) to register and title your vehicle in Oklahoma. You can, if needed, conveniently download a bill of sale from our Bill of Sale page.