Free North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car

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This North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car is free, as are all of our bill of sale templates. The template is available for free download in both Microsoft Word and PDF. The North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car documents the transfer of ownership of a used car from one party to another, namely from the Seller to the Buyer. Be sure to check the requirements of your local motor vehicle office. Some states require that the bill of sale be notarized.

If you sell cars on a regular basis, our free North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car will save you a ton of work. Once you customize the document with your seller information, you can save the document and reuse it for future sales. Simply enter the buyer’s information along with the details of the car being sold, and print the finished bill of sale.

Example of North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car

North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car Form
North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car Form

Needed To Register a Motor Vehicle in North Carolina

To register a used motor vehicle in North Carolina you will need the following:

  1. Title from previous owner signed over to you
  2. Completed North Carolina Title Application Form MVR-1
  3. North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car Form
  4. Completed North Carolina Odometer Disclosure Statement Form MVR-180
  5. Completed Damage Disclosure Statement Form MVR-181
  6. Highway-Use Tax Exemption Certificate Form MVR-613 may be required
  7. Proof of auto insurance
  8. Valid form of identification
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Minimum Insurance To Register a Motor Vehicle in North Carolina

North Carolina law (G.S. 20-279.21) requires insurance coverage for uninsured/underinsured motorists, as well as minimum bodily injury and property damage limits. This is required for all policies, even if the policy otherwise exceeds the minimum requirements.

  • Bodily injury (one person) – $30,000
  • Bodily injury (two or more people) – $60,000
  • Property damage – $25,000

Where To Register a Car in North Carolina

The North Carolina DMV has over 120 locations. Be sure to check the North Carolina DMV Offices website since locations are subject to change with minimal notice.

North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car Forms

Click the appropriate link below to download the North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car in either Microsoft Word or fillable PDF. Both versions are free. Most people find the Microsoft Word version is easier to edit and customize but the PDF is easiest to print.

Microsoft Word

North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car Word

PDF

North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car PDF


We are required to include the following legal disclaimers:

This North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car was created by a skilled and seasoned businessman, not an attorney or law firm. Most states do not have specific requirements for a bill of sale unless it involves the sale of a motor vehicle, boat, or other property that requires a title issued by the state in which the buyer lives.

We highly recommend having the North Carolina Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale For Truck or Car notarized if it involves a high-priced item and especially if you are not familiar with the buyer. The notary will confirm the identity of both parties so both you and the buyer are more confident concluding the sale.

The bill of sale forms and templates available for free on this site are offered “as is” with no conveyed or expressed warranties of any sort of kind. This includes, but is not fixed to, warranty of fitness for any kind of particular usage or warranty of merchantability. It is your liability to ensure that the bill of sale is legally adequate for your requirements.

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