The Idaho Transportation Department Bill of Sale (Form ITD 3738) is to be used for any Auto/PU/Van, Truck, Trailer, Motorcycle, Recreational Vehicle (RV), Mobile Home, Snowmobile, All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV), or Vessel that is located in the State. Find a Transportation Department Office Odometer Disclosure (Required to be Attached) Power of Attorney (Form 3368) – If you would like someone else to handle the buying, selling, or registration procedures of your motor vehicle Release of Liability Statement (Form 3858) – Must be filed…
Idaho Bill of Sale Forms
The Idaho bill of sale forms permit the legal documentation of a transfer of ownership from one party to another in trade for monetary funds, usually cash or check. If a motor vehicle is being transferred, the new owner has thirty (30) days to register before accumulating penalties and late fees.
The Idaho firearm bill of sale form is a purchase and sale agreement for any type of gun between two (2) individuals or entities. The details of the gun, buyer, and seller must be entered with signatures of all parties involved in the transaction. Versions Adobe PDF (.pdf) Microsoft Word (.doc) Rich Text Format (.rtf) Laws Purchasing – There is no registration needed on behalf of the new owner (Statute 18-33) Concealed Weapons – Fill-in the application and go to…
Motor Vehicle Registration
Odometer Disclosure Form – For all vehicles under ten (10) years of age and below sixteen-thousand (16,000) pounds (lbs.)
Fee(s) – $35 to $60
Sales Tax – 6%
Title – Obtain from Seller and should be signed over to the new owner. If the Seller does not have their title, the new owner will have to apply for a new one.
Vehicle Identification Number Certificate (Form ITD-3403)
Release of Liability Statement (Form 3858) – Must be filed with the Idaho Department of Transportation within 5 days of the sale. There is a $3.50 filing fee.
*Optional – *Power of Attorney (Form 3403) – To be able to have another person or the County Assessor sign the application on behalf of the owner.