Arkansas Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale Form 10-313 | Odometer Disclosure Statement

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Updated June 01, 2022

An Arkansas motor vehicle bill of sale (Form 10-313) is a document that serves as legal proof that a motor vehicle has transferred ownership. The form conveniently includes an odometer disclosure statement which is usually separate. New owners must furnish a legal bill of sale in order to register the vehicle.

Signing Requirements – Signatures of seller and buyer

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Registering a Vehicle

New owners or individuals that have just moved to the State of Arkansas must have their vehicles titled and registered within thirty (30) days of purchase or moving. Prospective registrants may register in-person or online, but if registering online, title documents will only be mailed when all required documents have been received. The State is one of the few that offers initial online registration. Renewal periods may vary, but renewals can be easily completed online with MyDMV Arkansas.

Where to Register

Registrants may register in person at the Office of Motor Vehicles. However, new vehicle registration can easily be completed online.

Required Documents

You might also need:

  • Personal Property Tax Number (PPAN) assigned from your county assessor
  • Lien Contract/Security Agreement
  • Current Year County Tax Assessment
  • Proof of paid tax receipt