Alaska ATV/Snowmobile Bill of Sale | Form 808

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Updated June 01, 2022

An Alaska ATV/snowmobile bill of sale form 808 is a document that proves the sale and transfer of ownership between entities and/or individuals of off-road vehicles. This document will provide information with regard to the seller as well as the buyer. The seller will enter all of the information required, print the document, circle the correct body style, sign the form and hand it to the buyer.

Registering an ATV or Snowmobile

New or Used Snowmobiles or ATVs – Do not require titles, however, registration is required within fifteen days of purchase.  If you’re purchasing a new ATV or snowmobile, the dealer is required by law to collect your Title and Registration Application Form 812 and registration fees at the point of sale. If this is a used vehicle, you must go to your local DMV to register

Where to Register – Locate your Local DMV Office.

Needed for Registration:

Registration Decals – Will be provided at registration with instructions as to where they should be placed. These will become the permanent registration for the ATV or snowmobile. You may choose to pay from 1-3 seasons in advance. Should you elect to pay for seasons in advance at registration. Your tabs will be sent to the address you have on file with the DMV when renewal is due.

How To Write

Step 1 – Current Owner and Vehicle Description – The seller must provide the following information:

  • Print the name of the current registered owner
  • Decal Number
  • Serial Number (VIN)
  • Year
  • Make
  • For a Snow Machine circle the body style on the form once printed
  • Color
  • Date of sale in mm/dd/yyyy format

Step 2 – The seller must read the “Transfer of Ownership” statement and enter the following:

  • Enter the name of the person the vehicle is being sold to
  • Physical Address
  • City, State, Zip Code
  • Enter the signature of the seller on the line provided
  • Review the next four paragraphs to be certain you’re in compliance with any paragraph that applies to the seller
  • Review the information on the form for accuracy
  • If changes are required, make the changes, otherwise, once payment is received, hand the document to the buyer