MassDOT RMV (Registry of Motor Vehicles) Auto Bill of Sale

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The Massachusetts RMV bill of sale is generally used for the private sale of a vehicle between a buyer and seller. The new owner will need to keep a copy of this form when bringing the vehicle to a Registry of Motor Vehicles Location. The transaction should take place on the date of sale with all items exchanging hands including the vehicle and monetary funds.

  • Once the form is signed the transaction becomes legally binding.

How to Register

Take the documents below to the nearest Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) Office:

  • Get Insurance. Once it is obtained the agent will grant an Application for Registration and Title (RMV-1)
  • Certificate of Title – Should be obtained from previous owner and signed over to the applicant. If no title provided then the new owner must apply for a duplicate.
  • Odometer Disclosure Statement – If the vehicle is under ten (10) years and below sixteen thousand pounds (16,000 lbs.).
  • Authorized vehicle bill of sale
  • Identification -Driver’s License, Passport, etc.
  • Blank Check for fees.

How to Write

The form should be filled-in by both parties entering the following information:

  • Date of Sale
  • Seller’s Name
  • Purchase Price
  • Buyer’s Name
  • Vehicle Information – Make, Model, Year, VIN, Condition, etc.
  • Signature Area