Utah Motor Boat/Vehicle Bill of Sale – TC-843
The Utah motor boat/vehicle bill of sale, also known as Form TC-843, is to be used for the transfer of any automobile, motorcycle, off-highway vehicle, snowmobile, boat, or trailer from one individual/entity to another. The parties should agree to transfer possession of the item(s) and monetary funds on the same day of signing the bill of sale. Identification of the parties should be present at the time of sale.
- R865-19S-30. Sale of a Vehicle or Vessel by a Person Not Regularly Engaged in Business Pursuant to Utah Code Ann. Section 59-12-104.
Vehicle Registration Forms
To be returned to a Department of Motor Vehicle Location
- Vehicle Bill of Sale (Form TC-843) – Included Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form TC-891) To only be used if the automobile is below 10 years of age and below 16,000 pounds (lb.).
- Inspection – Vehicles over ten (10) years of age must pass a safety inspection in order to be on the road. Find Test Center.
- Registration/Title Application (Form TC-656) – It is best to have the Title from the previous owner signed over to the applicant. If this cannot be completed the applicant will need to file for the Duplicate Title Application (Form TC-123)
- Blank Check for Taxes and Fees
- *Application for Motor Vehicle Identification Number (Form TC-162)
Boat Registration Forms
To be completed at a Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Office.
- Boat Bill of Sale (TC-843) – Including the Title Application (TC-656V)
- Check for Registration/Title/Tax Fees
- If Applicable – Certificate of Inspection (TC-661)
How to Write
The buyer and seller should input the following information into the document:
- Check Box for: Automobile, Boat, Trailer, Light Truck/Van/Utility Vehicle, Heavy Truck (over 12,000 lbs), or Off-Highway Vehicle
- Purchase Price (in Dollars$)
- Buyer’s Full Name
- Seller’s Full Name
- Vehicle Info: Year, Make, Model, Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and License Number
- Seller’s Signature and Date
The buyer should also request the Title and to have the Seller “sign it over” to the Buyer for ownership purposes.