Bill of Sale Requirements in Oklahoma

A bill of sale is a document recording the sale of a vehicle from you to another person, or vice-versa. While Oklahoma does not require a bill of sale per se, it does accept the document for official purposes when transferring the title on your car with the Oklahoma Tax Commission (OTC), which oversees all OK motor vehicle registration.

If you're registering a new vehicle, you'll need to provide a copy of your contract or purchase agreement to the OTC. For used vehicles, you'll need to provide the OTC with a copy of the bill of sale or contract. The OTC uses this documentation to figure the excise tax due on the vehicle you are registering.

OK Bill Of Sale

A Bill of Sale is the document that shows one person has sold a vehicle to another person―the ownership has changed. It often includes:

  • Purchase price.
  • The buyer's and seller's:
    • Names and signatures.
    • Contact information.
  • Information about the vehicle, including:
    • Vehicle identification number (VIN).
    • Year.
    • Make.
    • Model.
    • Odometer reading.

If you don't have a contract for a new vehicle purchase or if you need a form to use as a bill of sale, a notarized copy of a completed Declaration of Vehicle Purchase Price (Form 722-1), will be required.

Generic Bill of Sale

If you're looking for a good form to use in Oklahoma, we provide a free, printable, generic bill of sale form.


Declaration of Vehicle Purchase Price
Use this Motor Vehicle Division form to confirm the purchase price of a vehicle you bought and do not have a bill of sale for. Form requires notarization.
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