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New York Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – Form MV-912

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The New York Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale, also referred to as “Form MV-912”, is considered a legal document that will provide proof that a motor vehicle, in the state of New York has been legally sold an acquired. The form will also provide proof that there has been a change in ownership of the vehicle. The document will offer information with regard to the seller, buyer, and any identification of the vehicle proper. This form will require notarization and may be required for registration.

Odometer Disclosure Statement (Form MV-103) – Required when buying or selling a motor vehicle in New York. Must be brought to a DMV office along with the bill of sale for registration.

Register a Vehicle in New York

In New York, your vehicle must be registered in order to operate on New York roadways

Where to Register – Locate your local New York DMV Office. You must appear in person to register your vehicle.

Needed to Register – Gather the following documents prior to appearing at the DMV for registration:

If you’ve purchased a vehicle from a dealership in the state of New York, the dealership will submit all of your registration requirements and documentation for you. Otherwise –

  • You will need a completed Vehicle Registration/Title Application (Form MV-82)
  • The title to the vehicle
  • A bill of sale
  • Proof of auto insurance
  • If your vehicle has a lien on it, provide a certified copy of your vehicle title from the lien holder (this copy of the vehicle title and the certification of the title must be on the same piece of paper).
  • Provide a statement from the lien holder on company letterhead that will identify the owner.
  • This statement must list the year, make, model, and vehicle identification number (VIN).\
  • It must also prove that the lien holder does have possession of the original title and is aware that the owner of the vehicle is registering the vehicle in the state of New York. The lien holder statement may not request notification of registration from the NYSDMV as notification service is not available.
  • Be prepared to pay all titling and registration fees at the time of registration