The South Dakota Department of Revenue states the absence of a Bill of Sale as one of the common mistakes made when registering a new vehicle. A Bill of Sale is a legal form that serves several important purposes. It needs to include the selling price of the vehicle and other information about the purchase.
If you are a buyer and you are buying from a private seller, make sure they state their details in the free bill of sale form. Always check that the information in the documents you receive is accurate. In South Dakota, the party sells the vehicle, which provides a Bill of Sale to the buyer.
South Dakota bill of sale forms – browse bills of sale for different property types in the State of South Dakota.
Download your fillable South Dakota Vehicle Bill of Sale Form in PDF format:
– Adobe PDF
South Dakota Vehicle Registering Procedures
All vehicles in South Dakota are identified by a title. A vehicle title is a legal document that establishes who owns the vehicle and provides basic information about the vehicle. You always need to make sure that you transfer the title from the previous owner to the new owner correctly.
The local county treasurer’s offices work with titles and registration. The seller signs the title and registration application. The buyer also signs the title application and the title reassignment in the appropriate box.
When you buy a vehicle from a private seller or buy a vehicle in a different state, you need to follow certain steps. Get the title and the application for registering a vehicle, as well as the odometer reading, Power of Attorney, and the Bill of Sale.’
In case you have bought your vehicle from a dealer, they will send you the necessary application forms and reassignments, and Power of Attorney.
How to Fill Out the Form
Download the form and fill it out following these steps. For best results, use our form building software.
1. Provide the details of the vehicle.
First of all, state the year, the make, and the vehicle model, as well as the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and the title number.
2. State the date.
Fill in the date when the transfer happened in the appropriate box.
3. Confirm the transfer.
The seller swears that they have transferred all the rights to the vehicle.
4. Fill in the purchaser’s name.
Provide the name of the purchaser.
5. Confirm the price.
Write down the real selling price of the vehicle.
6. Provide personal details of the seller.
Fill in the name, the address, including the city, the state, and the seller’s zip code.
7. Sign the form.
The seller needs to sign the form (the buyer’s signature is not needed).
8. Put the date.
Here include the date of the signing of the Bill of Sale form.