Georgia 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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The Georgia motor vehicle bill of sale form is known as Form T-7. It’s a legally binding agreement where the seller and the person purchasing a vehicle formally document and agree to the terms related to the transaction and ownership transfer. Like other states, the bill of sale is a required document when registering a vehicle plus an odometer disclosure statement. 
It’s a relatively straightforward document that becomes valid after signing and doesn’t require witnesses or a notary public. With that being said, it may be a good idea to get a notary public involved to strengthen the document. 

Registering a motor vehicle in Georgia

Georgia has its own laws related to when and how a vehicle must be registered. If someone takes up residence in Georgia from another state and brought their car, it must be registered within thirty days but they must get a Georgia driver’s license before that. Its’ also necessary to register a purchased vehicle within 30 days. 

When looking for a place to register, you can visit the Tax commissioner’s tag office if you already know where it is. More information can be found on the Tax commissioner’s website to locate a registration point close to you based on the county you’re living in. 

The documents you’ll need are: 

  • The bill of sale (of course)

  •  The disclosure statement for the odometer

  • Title and tag application (Form MV-1) 

  • The title of the vehicle to be registered. If unavailable then the MSO is acceptable (manufacturers certificate of origin)

  • A Georgia drivers license 

  • Insurance which is proven by an insurance binder or by having the insurance company file directly with the department

  • The applicable fees 

Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney Form (if applicable)