Georgia Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale | Form T-7

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A Georgia motor vehicle bill of sale (Form T-7) is a legal document in which a buyer and seller formally agree to the terms of a vehicle’s transfer of ownership. A bill of sale, as well as an odometer disclosure statement, are required in the State of Georgia when registering a vehicle under new ownership at the Tax’s Commissioner’s Tag Office. This document shall be legally binding once both parties sign, and it does not require the acknowledgment of a notary public or other witnesses.

Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form GA-25) – Private sellers must disclose the vehicle’s odometer reading at the time of sale in an official document.

Signing Requirements – Both buyer and seller must sign.

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Registering a Vehicle

According to Georgia law, a motor vehicle must be registered within thirty (30) days of purchase or within 30 days of establishing residency after moving from another state or county. Those who recently moved to the state must acquire a Georgia Driver’s License prior to registering a vehicle.

Where to Register

Refer to the map at the lower section of the Tax Commissioner’s Tag Office Page. Selecting a county on the map or through the drop-down menu will reveal the physical location where one must go to register a vehicle.

Required Documents