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Free Fillable West Virginia Vehicle, Boat, or Trailer Bill of Sale Form

A West Virginia Vehicle, Boat, or Trailer Bill of Sale is a form that the seller or the vehicle’s dealership must provide to the purchaser. A West Virginia Vehicle Bill of Sale provides info that payment for the vehicle, boat, or trailer has been received, and ownership has been transferred from the seller to the purchaser. The bill of sale form should also contain all the info that the new owner of the vehicle, boat, or trailer will use for the vehicle’s subsequent record. For the document to be valid, it must be notarized.

If the dealer and the previous owner of the vehicle, boat, or trailer is a dealership, the dealership is obliged to provide all the info about the vehicle, boat, or trailer necessary to record the vehicle, boat, or trailer and a document confirming the right to own the vehicle, boat, or trailer. Moreover, the dealership, acting as a seller, is obliged to provide the purchaser with a temporary driving permit for the time of recording of the vehicle, boat, or trailer.

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Fillable West Virginia Vehicle Bill Of Sale Form
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West Virginia Vehicle, Boat, or Trailer Registering Procedures

If you bought a vehicle, boat, or trailer, then in order to use it in the state, you need to register the vehicle, boat, or trailer. At the time of vehicle, boat, or trailer registration, you will be given a temporary statewide permit to use the vehicle, boat, or trailer. If the seller of the vehicle is a dealership, the dealership must take over the registration of the vehicle, boat, or trailer and issue you with a temporary permit to use the vehicle, boat, or trailer in the state.

To register a vehicle, boat, or trailer, you need:

  • Fill in the application for registration of the vehicle, boat, or trailer.
  • Have a signed and notarized bill of sale with you
  • Odometer reading and mileage
  • Driver’s license
  • Payment of all registration fees and taxes
  • Pass the inspection

How to Fill Out the Form

Below you will find info on creating and filling out an A West Virginia Vehicle Bill of Sale yourself.

1.    Download the document

Download the document on our website to fill it out electronically or print it out and fill it out in writing. You can download the document in any format that suits you. To ensure the best result, use our form building software.

2.    Enter seller and purchaser info

In the first section of the bill, you need to enter the following info about the seller and the purchaser: the name of the seller and the purchaser, the driver’s license number of the seller and the purchaser, the actual address of the seller and the purchaser, the city of the seller and the purchaser, the state of the seller and the purchaser. First, the info about the seller is entered. After that, it is necessary to enter the info about the purchaser.

3.    Enter vehicle, boat, or trailer info and price of the vehicle, boat, or trailer

In the second section of the bill, you need to provide all the necessary info about the vehicle, boat, or trailer. In this section, you need to specify: Model, Year of production, Vehicle number, Vehicle mileage, and whether the title will be included in the price of the vehicle, boat, or trailer. After that, you need to write the price of the vehicle, boat, or trailer in dollars and duplicate the price in figures in dollars. In the same section, you must indicate the date (day, month, and year) of the price-setting for the vehicle, boat, or trailer and the date (day, month, and year), no later than which the payment must be transferred from the purchaser to the seller. In the same section, you need to indicate that the tax is 5% of the value of the vehicle, boat, or trailer.

4.    Enter your collateral info

If there is a bond for the vehicle, boat, or trailer, you need to provide the bondholder’s name and details of the bond. If there is no bond, you need to prove the release from the bond.

5.    Enter your vehicle, boat, or trailer insurance info

In this section of the document, you need to indicate all the info about the vehicle, boat, or trailer insurance. To make the bill of sale valid documents, you need to indicate: Name of the insurance company, Contact details of your insurance agent (full legal name), Your insurance policy number, and other info about the insurance.

6.    Sign the document

In the last section of the document, the seller must indicate his full legal name, sign, and signature date. After that, the buyer must indicate his full legal name and sign and indicate the signature date.

7.     Notarize the document

The notary must check the document and verify the signatures of all parties. The notary will then complete the remainder of the document and affix the state seal. After notarial confirmation, several copies of the document must be printed, while the buyer must keep the original.

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