Vehicle Price Certification - Virginia

Vehicle Price Certification - Virginia

Vehicle Price Certification Form (SUT 1)

Form SUT 1, Vehicle Price Certification is a government-issued form released by the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. The latest version of the form was issued on June 10, 2014. You can get the form through the link below.

Alternate Name:

  • Virginia Vehicle Bill of Sale.

Form SUT 1 is used to record information about the details of a motor vehicle sale and purchase and to indicate the vehicle's specifications. It is strictly used for motor vehicles that are more than five years old in order to obtain a vehicle title. To complete the form, you will need to fill in the Vehicle Information section entering the year, make and body type of the car; sections for the date of the contract, names, and signatures of the seller and the buyer. Both parties of the transaction sign the appropriate Certification section.

If the car is five years old or less, you can use a generic Vehicle Bill of Sale. The document must be prepared to contain the basic required information with the seller's and buyer's signatures.

To certify the purchase price and to obtain a title for a motor vehicle five years old or less you are to use Form SUT 1A, Affidavit of Vehicle Purchase Price. This document provides information on the vehicle: its year, make and body type. It also contains the certification section, date of the purchase, applicant and the co-signer's name and signature. Note that Form SUT 1A has to be notarized.

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How to Sell a Vehicle in Virginia?

You need to know some specific requirements for transferring a car from the seller to the buyer in Virginia. Fill in and present the following documents to your local DMV customer service center:

You also need to pay all the necessary fees and taxes to complete the transaction.

Does a Vehicle Bill of Sale Have to Be Notarized in Virginia?

No, Form SUT 1 does not require a notary public's certification, but it is generally a good idea to have a notary or witness to a sale in order to confirm the transaction has taken place. This can save any potential trouble which might occur should the seller or buyer contest the transaction at a later date.


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