Nevada Motor Vehicle (DMV) Bill of Sale Forms

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The Nevada DMV bill of sale form (Form VP104) is an essential document when selling or buying a vehicle. It requires certain information regarding the sale such as the contact information of both parties, vehicle specifics, and the sales price. The seller and purchaser should reserve a copy for their records as the agreement could come in handy for tax purposes, if the buyer needs proof of purchase, or to exonerate the seller from any liability in the event of vehicle abandonment. If the seller no longer possesses the title and the vehicle is over 9 model years in age with no active liens, a bill of sale must be executed and presented along with an Application for Duplicate Nevada Certificate of Title (Form VP012).

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    How to Register a Vehicle

    If you have purchased your vehicle in a private sale or it was gifted, you have 30 days to register the vehicle with the state of Nevada. To process your vehicle, go to a Nevada DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) that is convenient for you and have the following on hand:

    • Bill of sale
    • Proof of ownership (either the title signed by the preceding owner of the vehicle or a security agreement from a financial institution)
    • A Nevada issued insurance card proving the presence of an active auto policy.
    • A completed Application for Vehicle Registration (Form VP-222) that is signed by the new owner.
    • A report confirming a passed emissions test performed by an authorized professional at an inspection station (some vehicles are exempt from this requirement).
    • An odometer reading if the vehicle is under 10 years of age (this can be recorded on the title).
    • If the vehicle was not previously registered in the state of Nevada, the individual registering must present a Vehicle Inspection Certificate (Form VP15).
    • Come prepared with the necessary funds to satisfy any registration/tax costs.

    How to Write

    Step 1 – Download in Adobe PDF.

    Step 2 – Sum of the Sale – The form provides 2 blanks to insert the price the vehicle is being sold for:

    • In the first blank, insert the written price (in word form).
    • In the second blank, insert the price numerically.

    Step 3 – New Owner information – The new owner(s) must provide specific information regarding themselves. Enter the following:

    • Full Legal Name of 1st Buyer (First, Middle, Last Name)
    • And/Or (indicate “and” or “0r” between second and third owners)
    • Nevada Driver’s License, Identification Card Number, Date of Birth, or FEIN for Businesses (enter one of the following numbers into the space provided)
    • Physical Address (Address, City, State, Zip Code)
    • Mailing Address (Address, City, State, Zip Code)
    • Buyer’s Signature (if there are two buyers, only one signature is required even if “AND” appears between the new owner’s names)
    • Date of Signature
    • Telephone
    • Email

    This form provides a section to add a 2nd buyer. If there are more than two owners, complete and attach an additional bill of sale.

    Step 4 – Vehicle Description – Describe the vehicle being sold by inserting the following details:

    • VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
    • Year
    • Make
    • Model
    • Check the available box if the vehicle has been “Rebuilt”.

    Step 5 – Lienholder Information – If there is a lien on the vehicle, you must provide:

    • The name of the person or business the lien is in favor of.
    • Nevada Driver’s License, Identification Card Number, Date of Birth, NV ELT #, or FEIN for Businesses (enter one of the following numbers into the space provided)
    • Address (Address, City, State, Zip Code)

    If there is no lien, simply input the word “NONE”.

    Step 6 – Seller Information – The final section requires that the seller certifies that they are the lawful owner of said vehicle; that they have the right to sell the aforesaid; and that they will warrant and defend the title against the claims and demands of all persons whomever except the lienholder noted above. If the seller concurs with the above statement, they must provide the following:

    • Seller’s Full Legal Name (First, Middle, Last Name)
    • Nevada Driver’s License, Identification Card Number, Date of Birth, or FEIN for Businesses (enter one of the following numbers into the space provided)
    • Mailing Address (Address, City, State, Zip Code)
    • Signature of Seller
    • Date of Signing