Kansas Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale | Form TR-312

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Updated May 31, 2022

A Kansas motor vehicle bill of sale (Form TR-312) serves as confirmation of a private transaction between a buyer and seller of a certain motor vehicle. The document stipulates the price and condition of the vehicle as well as expresses the written consent of all parties involved in the purchase and sale agreement. In most cases, a bill of sale is required upon registering and titling a vehicle under new ownership through the Kansas Department of Revenue’s Division of Vehicles.

Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form TR-59) – Required when transferring the vehicle’s title (ownership).

Signing Requirements – Buyer and seller must sign before a state-recognized notary public.

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Registering a Vehicle

A new owner must register their vehicle within sixty (60) days of the purchase date; any individual transferring a vehicle from out-of-state shall register their vehicle during the first ninety (90) days of moving to the State of Kansas. A vehicle’s registration must be renewed annually, and expiration dates are dictated by the registered owner’s last name. Registrations can be renewed online through the iKan app, the official app of Kansas State.

Where to Register

Vehicle registration must be submitted in-person at a nearby County Treasurer’s Office.

Required Documents