Florida DMV (Vehicle) Bill of Sale

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The Florida DMV bill of sale form allows a person that owns a motor vehicle to sell to another individual or entity for a purchase price. The payment and transfer of vehicle possession should take place on the same day the bill of sale is signed. No outside verbal agreements will hold up in the court of law so it is best to write the complete transaction details in the form.

How to Fill-In

This following bullets correspond to the blanks located in the DMV Bill of Sale:

  • Check the 2nd box marking the document as a bill of sale
    • Vehicle Information
    • Year
    • Make/Manufacturer
    • Body Type
    • Color
    • Certificate of Title Number
    • Vehicle/Vessel Identification Number (HIN/VIN)
  • Buyer’s Name and Address
  • Date of Sale
  • Selling Price
  • Odometer Disclosure
  • Affidavit (if any)
  • Certification
    • Buyer and Seller’s Information and Signature Section(s)

All parties must sign the bill of sale for it to be legally binding.

See DMV (Tax Collector) Locations

Vehicle Registration

Bill of Sale (Form 82050)
Odometer Disclosure
Proof of Insurance
Blank check for fees (See Estimations)
*Out of State
*Application for Title (Form 82040)
*VIN/Odometer Verification (Form 82042)