An Oregon Vehicle Bill of Sale, also known as an Oregon Car Bill of Sale, is a legally binding agreement signed by the seller and the buyer in order to record a vehicle transfer. Its official name is Form 735-501, Vehicle Bill of Sale and it is one of the documents the purchaser will need to provide to obtain registration. It contains the description of the sold vehicle, identifies the parties, and states the basic details of the deal. Form 735-6890, Notice of Sale or Transfer of a Vehicle is a related document that must be sent by the seller to the Oregon Department of Transportation to notify them of the sale.
How Can I Get a Copy of the Bill of Sale on a Vehicle in Oregon?
When selling a vehicle in Oregon, you need to fill out either of the two Oregon DMV Bill of Sale forms to make the transaction legitimate. You may download copies of the forms below.
Do You Need a Bill of Sale to Transfer Title in Oregon?
Vehicle registration within thirty days from the date of the purchase is mandatory in Oregon. The buyer must submit a completed Application for Title and Registration (Form 735-226), the original odometer disclosure, and the bill of sale to the Oregon Driver & Motor Vehicle Services within a month of purchase to transfer title and avoid late fees.
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Use this form if you need to record the details of the sale and purchase of a vehicle in the state of Oregon. It establishes the fact of a purchase of a vehicle and protects both parties from potential conflicts and fraudulent claims in the future.
Download this bill of sale in order to inform the DMV that you have sold or transferred ownership of a vehicle. This document shows the agreement of the parties, describes the sold vehicle and protects the seller and the buyer in case any disputes arise after the transaction takes place.