All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Bill of Sale
The all-terrain vehicle (ATV) bill of sale form acts as a legal document representing the terms and conditions of a purchase and sale between a buyer and seller. The bill of sale should only be filled-in after a sales price has been reached and the monetary funds along with the ATV is available to be transferred. Once the transfer of possession is complete the document should be kept as a reference or receipt for the exchange.
- If Applicable – If there is any Certificate of Title it should be signed over to the new owner in order to register with their respective State Vehicles Division.
How to Write
The following information should be typed or handwritten into the document:
- Purchase Price
- Seller’s Name
- Seller’s Address/Location
- ATV Details: Make, Model, Year, Color, etc.
- Title Number (if applicable)
- Odometer Hours/Miles Reading
- Identification Number (if applicable)
- Subject to Conditions (if applicable)
- Buyer and Seller Signature(s) – Seller of only party required to sign in most States.