A Nevada vehicle bill of sale certifies the transfer of vehicle ownership from one party to another and is used for vehicle registration. As a rule, the document is not required to be notarized to register the motor vehicle (unless otherwise specified).
If you are looking for the official bill of sale template, check Form VP-104. It’s the document provided by the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) containing all the relevant transaction information.
Nevada bill of sale forms – this particular section can help you know more about some other bills of sale that can be used in Nevada.
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|Document Name||Nevada Vehicle Bill of Sale Form|
|Other Names||Nevada Car Bill of Sale, Nevada Automobile Bill of Sale|
|DMV||Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles|
|Vehicle Registration Fee||$33|
|Bill of Sale Required?||Yes|
|Avg. Time to Fill Out||7 minutes|
|# of Fillable Fields||53|
A vehicle bill of sale is an official document that certifies the vehicle ownership transfer from the seller to the purchaser. This form releases the seller’s interest in a vehicle and is used during the registration process in the Nevada DMV. Here are simple instructions on how to fill out this form error-free.
Step 1. Indicate the price of the vehicle
In the first area, you need to indicate the full sum of the vehicle cost in letters (1) and numbers (2).
Step 2. Provide the new owner’s information
In this section, you need to print down all the required details regarding the vehicle’s buyer. If there is more than one buyer, you need to complete the copy of the bill of sale form and pick AND or OR in the provided checkbox (2). Other than that, be sure to fill out the required fields:
Step 3. Identify the co-owner
If there is a second buyer, you need to provide the same information about them. In the following section, include:
Skip this step if there is only one buyer.
Step 4. Provide the buyer’s signature
The buyer needs to sign the document to confirm that the information is accurate, indicate the date of the signature, and provide additional contact details, such as phone number and email address.
Step 5. Enter the vehicle details
In this section, the seller must indicate all the details regarding the vehicle being sold. The required fields are:
Also, you need to check the box if the vehicle was rebuilt.
Step 6. Indicate the lien holder
If there are no liens for the vehicle, you can write down NONE in the first field (lien in favor of line) and skip the rest of the section. If there is a lienholder, you will have to provide the contact details of that person, including:
Step 7. Enter the seller’s information
Provide the details regarding the person who is selling the vehicle. The required details are:
Step 8. Sign the document
Lastly, the seller must complete the form by signing and dating it. Nevada has no rule that the bill of sale form must be notarized. It is an optional action you may do if you want to seal the deal in the notary public’s presence.
Form VP104 is the official Vehicle Bill of Sale in the State of Nevada.
Form VP-222 provided by Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is used to apply for a vehicle registration.
After the certified date of purchase, buyers will have 30 days to complete the registration of their new vehicle. If the motor vehicle is not certified within 30 days, it is subject to penalties and fees for Nevada highway and roadway improper operation. For registration, buyers must gather documents and present them in person at any Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) that is to their convenience. Documents necessary for registration include:
In addition to all listed documentation, some fees are required to complete title registration, including a $1 technology fee and a $6 safety fee for motorcycles. Registration fees for passenger vehicles and motorcycles are $33, and travel trailers are $27. Taxes are also due at the time of registration and are calculated based on the motor vehicle’s value at the time of purchase. The minimum amount of taxes for registration of a motor vehicle is $16.00, using the value of the car plus 35%. Nevada also takes depreciation into account, using that as part of their calculations in determining the final fee for taxes due at registration. Veterans or disabled are exempt from taxes and therefore must show proof of all therefore mentioned cases.
If a motor vehicle is purchased outside of Nevada, buyers will have to prove their taxes by a certified document. If not, taxes must be paid before the vehicle can be legally registered and driven in Nevada.