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Indiana Vehicle Bill of Sale | Form 44237

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The Indiana Vehicle Bill of Sale Form 44237 is a legal document that is completed between the seller and the buyer of a vehicle to provide proof that a legal vehicle purchase transaction has occurred. This document swears the seller to the validity of the sale of the vehicle and may be used in the registration in the proof of change of ownership. This document does not require notarization.

Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form 43230) – Required by State and Federal to ensure there are no odometer discrepancies.

Register a Vehicle in Indiana

If you are a current resident in the state of Indiana you will have 31 days to register your vehicle, however, you may not put it on Indiana state streets, roads or highways without being register whether you purchased from a dealer or an individual. If you are new to the state of Indiana, you will have 60 days to register in the state and acquire new license plates. As long as a new resident has a vehicle registered in another state during this time and all information and plates are current, you will have up to a 60 day period to register. After the 60th day, you will be in violation of state vehicle registration laws.

Where to Register – Vehicles in Indiana can be registered online or in person as long as, if you choose to register online, you have all of your documentation and complete your registration within 45 days. After 45 days you must appear in person at the IN BMV. To apply online, you’ll need to be able to provide your title information, your Indiana driver’s license, your proof of auto insurance, and payment for your registration fee.

Needed to Register – To apply online, you’ll need to be able to provide your:

  • title information
  • your Indiana driver’s license
  • your proof of auto insurance
  • payment of your registration fee.

After 45 days, you must go in person to a IN BMV location and provide the following:

  • Your driver’s license
  • the original title with the seller’s signature
  • if you’ve not yet titled the vehicle in your name, you will need additional paperwork for titling such as:
  • A lease or mortgage contract to prove your residency
  • completed Application for Certificate of Title (Form 44049).
  • a bill of sale
  • Odometer disclosure statement
  • If you are making payments on the vehicle, present the contract, proving your agreement
  • If there are liens on the vehicle, you must provide lien releases
  • Proof of Indiana auto insurance

How To Write

Step 1 – Vehicle Information – Download the document and enter the following information as required:

  • Enter the vehicle identification number (VIN), one letter or number per box
  • Year
  • Make
  • Model

Step 2 – Sale Information – Enter the following:

  • Purchase Price
  • Date of Sale (mm/dd/yyyy format)
  • Purchaser Name(s) (last, first, middle initial and/or company name)
  • Address (number and street)
  • City
  • State
  • Zip Code

Step 3 – Seller’s Declaration – The seller must carefully review the statements and complete the required information:

  • Signature of Seller
  • Date (mm/dd/yyyy format)
  • Printed Seller Name (last, first, middle initial or company name)
  • Signature of Seller
  • Date (mm/dd/yyyy format)
  • Printed Seller Name (last, first, middle initial or company name)

Step 4 – Buyer’s Declaration and Agreement – The Buyer must read and agree to the statement provided. Buyer must then enter:

  • Signature of Purchaser
  • Date (mm/dd/yyyy format)
  • Printed Purchaser Name (last, first, middle initial or company name)
  • Signature of Purchaser
  • Date (mm/dd/yyyy format)
  • Printed Purchaser Name (last, first, middle initial or company name)

Step 5 – The seller should make copies of the document for their record keeping

  • Give the original to the buyer

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