New Jersey Motor Vehicle (Car/Auto) Bill of Sale

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The New Jersey motor vehicle bill of sale outlines for two parties the transaction details for a trade of a car for monetary funds (cash or check). Both items, the funds and the vehicle, should be exchanged on the date of sale along with the signing of the document. After the transaction is complete both parties are bound to the sale agreement.

  • It is highly recommended both parties verify each other’s identification to prevent fraud.

How to Write

The bill of sale is to include the following information:

  • Date of Sale
  • Buyer’s and Seller’s Information – Full Name and Address
  • Vehicle Information – Make, Model, Body Type, Year, VIN, Other
  • Purchase Amount
  • Liens and Encumbrances
  • Condition of Vehicle
  • Date of Last Inspection
  • Odometer Reading
  • Additional Details/Warranties

Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form OS-OSS-2) is attached to the bill of sale. The disclosure is to be used for all vehicles under 10 years old and below sixteen-thousand pounds (16,000 lb.).