Delaware Vehicle Bill of Sale
A Bill of Sale is a legal document that provides evidence of the transfer of ownership for a specific item or property. It includes transaction details such as the names and addresses of the buyer and seller, item description, condition (if relevant), sale price, and any warranties or guarantees.
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A Delaware vehicle bill of sale is a legal document paper that a vendor gives to a purchaser to certify that the vehicle was bought. This document authenticates the completion of a legitimate sale and will be necessary for automobile registration in the state. The buyer and seller are not required to sign the sale document, but it is advised that they do so. Authentication is voluntary but advisable.
Non-self-driven automobiles weighing below 16,000 lbs and fewer than ten years old are subject to the odometer disclosure statement.

Vehicle Registration

The owner of a vehicle purchased from a private seller has thirty days to document the automobile. Dealer-purchased vehicles are usually registered automatically, although owners should double-check with the dealings. New dwellers have sixty days to document their vehicle after moving to the state. The documentation is valid for one or two years in any scenario. Renewals can be done virtually through Delaware's MyDMV portal.

Where Should I Register?

Owners can go to the State's Department of Motor Vehicles to register their car.

Required Documents

  • A sale document,

  • An odometer disclosure statement,

  • Documentation of title;

  • Emissions test; 

  • Valid driver's license

  • If you're registering a vehicle for another person, you'll need a Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney.

  • Payment of the Registration Fees in full;

  • Evidence of Insurance with a minimum of the following:

    • Twenty-five thousand US dollars for a physical wound or the demise of a person/fifty thousand US dollars for all included

    • Ten thousand US dollars for property destruction

    • Fifteen thousand US dollars personal wound for a person/ thirty thousand US dollars for all included