Wyoming bill of sale form is designed to record the details of private transactions between sellers and buyers. Bills of sale may be required to register a vehicle or boat.
Here, you will find our customizable bill of sale templates that can be used for different types of sales in Wyoming. In addition, you are free to use the official bill of sale forms specific to such counties as Sublette, Teton, Carbon, Natrona, and Laramie.
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|Document Name||Wyoming Vehicle Bill of Sale Form|
|Other Names||Wyoming Car Bill of Sale, Wyoming Automobile Bill of Sale|
|DMV||Wyoming Department of Transportation|
|Vehicle Registration Fee||$5-90 plus county fees|
|Bill of Sale Required?||Yes|
|Avg. Time to Fill Out||7 minutes|
|# of Fillable Fields||27|
Depending on the circumstances and types of transactions, you may use various bills of sale for different sales (our our guide will give you all the examples of the usage of bills of sale). You need to choose and go with the appropriate bill of sale template and record it according to the state laws.
Wyoming vehicle bill of sale form is used to keep the records about the transaction and register the vehicle in the DMV office. Any purchased vehicle that will be operated in Wyoming must be registered with the Wyoming department of motor vehicles. Remember that your document must include a detailed description, purchase price, as well as an odometer disclosure statement for registration purposes.
|Alternative Name||Car Bill of Sale|
Use a Wyoming bill of sale for a boat to record the sale and purchase of a boat. The document should contain all the specific attributes of your watercraft. Registrations of boats in Wyoming are generally effective from one to three years. They are usually needed for all motorboats, including those with trolling motors. The registration tax on boats varies by the vessel’s length.
|Alternative Name||Vessel Bill of Sale|
A firearm bill of sale form makes it possible to record every time a gun changes ownership in Wyoming. No criminal history check or other steps are demanded before selling a gun in Wyoming. Following Wyoming law, you don’t have to register a gun. You are also not required to document the transfer of possession or register guns you carry with you. People are currently permitted to open-carry handguns in Wyoming without a license or permit.
|Alternative Name||Gun Bill of Sale|
Use a Wyoming general bill of sale for any type of transaction. It can be used as insurance coverage for sizable property transfers, like tools, machinery, or vehicle accessories. You will have to include the parties’ personal information, the property description, and its purchase price in your general bill of sale.
|Alternative Name||Generic Bill of Sale|
The bill of sale may vary depending on the county where the transaction occurs. The Teton County of Wyoming offers a bill of sale template available on their official website that you can use for a vehicle selloff. Here is a walk-through to get you an idea of what this document looks like and how to fill it.
Step 1: Purchase Price
First, you need to indicate the total amount that the buyer needs to pay to receive the vehicle.
Step 2: Buyer’s Name
In the following empty field, it is required to provide the buyer’s name who paid for the vehicle.
Step 3: Seller’s Name
Next, clarify who sells the vehicle and receives the payment.
Step 4: Vehicle Type and Description
By providing the exact information regarding the vehicle, you help to indicate the vehicle during the registration process and conduct a smooth transfer of ownership. Make sure that each detail is entered correctly.
The description of the vehicle must include the type of vehicle being sold. In this form, you’re offered a choice of automobile, motor home, motorcycle, and trailer. Be sure to check the box that is true to your vehicle. Write it down in the Other field if you’re selling different vehicles. Then, write down the details:
Step 5: Date of Sale
After the parties and the vehicle are indicated in the document, you need to provide the actual date when the transaction occurs. This date will be the start date for the vehicle registration period.
Step 6: Seller’s Signature
For the document to go into action, it must be signed by the seller. A seller authorizes this form; their signature is enough to make it valid.
Step 7: Seller’s Address
Provide the seller’s residential address—street, city, state, and zip code. It will help to get in touch with the person if further information is needed.
Step 8: Notarization
It may not be required to notarize the document in all the counties of Wyoming state, so you are encouraged to contact your local DMV office and get more details regarding their requirements.
Step 9: Gift of Plate (Optional)
If the seller decides to gift the vehicle to the individual, they need to complete this section. It states that the seller gifts the vehicle to a particular person. Be sure to indicate the full names of both parties and the plate number and leave a signature under this section.
Once you acquire the vehicle, it is needed to register it properly in the nearest County Treasure’s Office in Wyoming state. Various penalties and lateness fees may be applied if the new car owner fails to apply for the title under 45 days from the day of purchase. On the other hand, the seller must write the buyer’s information in the title, provide the odometer disclosure statement, and hand over these documents to the buyer.
To ensure the transaction is successful and secure ownership rights, the buyer must provide several documents to the clerk’s office in the buyer’s county. Most counties require to prepare the following documents for the registration process:
Sometimes, the person will also need to provide the financing statement, proof of VIN inspection, and lien release.
The vehicle registration needs to be renewed annually, as the plates expire on the last day of the month. Registration fees are calculated, and the final number combines the county (ad valorem tax) and state fees. The registration fee is the same for any county within Wyoming state. The fee depends on the type of the vehicle and its overall weight and can vary from $25 for MPVs to $90 for trailers that weigh over 6000 lbs.
Application for Certificate of Title (Form MV-300A) is used to apply for a vehicle or boat title and inspect vehicle identification number/hull identification number.
Form MV-401 or Application for Assignment of Special Vehicle Identification Number is applied if the vehicle doesn’t have a VIN or if the VIN has been altered or defaced.
Form MV-147 is known as Wyoming Affidavit of Vehicle Ownership and designed to certify the ownership of a specific vehicle.
Use a motor vehicle POA to designate an agent to handle your affairs related to the vehicle selling, buying, maintaining, registering, or titling.
Vessel Registration Application is used to register a boat or renew the registration in Wyoming.
Concealed Firearm Permit Application is used to apply for a permit to carry a concealed firearm.
Concealed Weapon Permit Duplicate Application is designed to apply for a duplicate permit if the original one is lost or destroyed.
Official bill of sale for a motor vehicle specific to Carbon County.
Official vehicle bill of sale specific to Laramie County.
Official motor vehicle bill of sale used in Natrona County.
Official bill of sale for a vehicle specific to Sublette County.
Official motor vehicle bill of sale used in Teton County.