Nebraska Bill of Sale Form – DMV NE Information

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.

Nebraska Bill of Sale Form

Click here to download and print the official Nebraska Bill of Sale Form.

Or you can download here a Generic Nebraska Bill of Sale Form.

To transfer ownership of a motor vehicle, motorboat, ATV or minibike, all names that appear on the Certificate of Title must sign off in the Seller’s section of the title. In the case of existing open liens, they must be released by the lienholder and County Official on the face of the title prior to reassignment of the title to 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.

If the seller doesn’t provide the buyer with a Bill of Sale, a completed Nebraska Department of Revenue Form 6 – Nebraska Sales/Use Tax and Tire Fee Statement for Motor Vehicle And Trailer Sales is valid as well. However the Form 6 is not available for download and must be obtained by contacting the Nebraska Department of Revenue or any County Treasurer.

How to complete the Official Nebraska Bill of Sale Form

This optional official Nebraska Bill of Sale is composed of three sections. Below you’ll understand how to fill in this form:

Section 1

In Section 1 you need to fill in first the vehicle transaction date. Then fill in the full name of the seller. The name must be PRINTED. This means to use only Capital Letters to write SELLER’S NAME. Afterwards fill in the sale price of the vehicle. Follwing fill in the full name of the buyer. The buyer’s name must be PRINTED as well.

Lastly fill in the vehicle details. You need to fill in the Year, Make, Model and VIN or Vehicle Identification Number:

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Section 1 of the Nebraska Bill of Sale

Section 2

In the 2nd section you have to fill in the Transferor’s (Seller) and the Transferee’s (Buyer) information. So in Transferor Information fill in the full name of the seller. The name must be PRINTED – this means to use only Capital Letters to write SELLER’S NAME. After that complete seller’s address, seller’s city, state, ZIP code and phone number. Next move to Transferee Information. Here fill in the full name of the buyer. The buyer’s name must be PRINTED. This means to use only Capital Letters to write BUYER’S NAME. Then fill in buyer’s address, buyer’s city, state, ZIP code and phone number.

Finally fill in seller’s or transferor’s signature and buyer’s or transferee’s signature:

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Section 2 of the Nebraska Bill of Sale

Section 3

The last section must not be filled in by the seller or the buyer. This section is reserved for Notary Public or Designated County Official:

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Section 3 of the Nebraska Bill of Sale

You can fill in this Bill of Sale form by hand. But use a pen and not a pencil! If you are filling in this form on your device (phone, tablet, computer) this form is a fillable PDF that works best with Adobe Acrobat Reader.

How to complete the Generic Nebraska Bill of Sale Form

The generic Nebraska Bill of Sale is composed of three sections and below you’ll learn how to complete this form:

Section 1

The first section contains the vehicle information. Here you’ll need to complete the Make, Model, Year, Style (Body type), Color, VIN or Vehicle Identification Number. Also complete the Odometer Reading at the time of transfer (use only digits, no tenths) and the seller registration number. Lastly you have to answer if you previously filed an application for title of this vehicle:

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Section 1 of the generic Nebraska Bill of Sale

Section 2

In the second section you will have to complete first the Seller information. This means the full name of the seller. The name must be PRINTED – this means to use only Capital Letters to write SELLER’S NAME. Then complete seller’s street address, seller’s city and state. Further you will need to complete the Buyer information – the full name of the buyer. The buyer’s name must be PRINTED – this means to use only Capital Letters to write BUYER’S NAME. Additionally complete buyer’s street address, buyer’s city and state. After these details you will have to complete the sum of the transfer price of the vehicle or the word GIFT. Lastly indicate if this vehicle was a gift and to indicate the relationship with the buyer (e.g. parent, spouse, friend):

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Section 2 of the generic Nebraska Bill of Sale

Section 3

The third section represents the seller’s statement about the details contained in this Bill of Sale Form. Finally complete seller’s signature and date:

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Section 3 of the generic Nebraska Bill of Sale

Please note that you can fill out this Bill of Sale form by hand. However don’t forget to use a pen and not a pencil. If you are filling out this form on your device (phone, tablet, computer) this form is a fillable PDF that works best with Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Discover more about the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles

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.