In the State of Nebraska individuals transacting a motor vehicle transfer of ownership must complete a Bill of Sale Form at the time of sale. They are NOT, however, required to use a specific Bill of Sale form. The specific Bill of Sale Form made available by the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles is made as a courtesy. Also a Bill of Sale is a good idea for the seller and the buyer to document a vehicle transaction.
The following information should appear on the Nebraska Bill of Sale Form:
– Name of the seller.
– Complete address of the seller.
– Name of the buyer.
– Complete address of the buyer.
– Complete vehicle description, including Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), make, model, year.
– Vehicle odometer reading at the time of sale.
– The price paid.
– Date of sale.
– Signature of both the seller and the buyer.
Use a good pen to complete the Bill of Sale Form because an illegible form will make it difficult for the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles to complete the vehicle’s title transfer.
For more information go to Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles.
The areas that fall under the jurisdiction of the DVR Division include: Motor Vehicle Titles, Motorboat Titles, Motor Vehicle Registrations, Vehicle Tax Estimator, Registration Fees and Taxes and Motor Vehicle Registration Renewal Notice.
There are 2,339,986 vehicles registered in Nebraska.