Utah 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 Utah motor vehicle bill of sale, also called Form TC-843, is a legal document that certifies that an automobile was sold lawfully in Utah. This is a vital document in the process of changing proprietorship, but there is still more work to be done, such as putting autographs on the title and documenting the car. The bill of sale should contain precise details about the car, such as the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

For all automobile proprietorship changes, an Odometer Disclosure Statement (TC-891) is mandated.

Only the vendor has to put an autograph on a Utah bill of sale, and there is no necessity to have the paper authenticated.

Automobile Registration

Any automobile acquired by a Utah inhabitant and intended for use in Utah is required to be documented. If the acquisition is made at a dealership, the document is usually handled by the dealer. However, when purchasing a car from a private party, both the purchaser and the vendor have to take affirmative steps to ensure that the automobile is documented and operated. Within 60 days of the automobile changing hands, the title and documentation should be transferred. After you've registered, you'll need to renew it annually, which you may do virtually, physically, or by mail.

Where do I register?

One of the UT Department of Motor Vehicle Office Locations should be used for initial registration and submission of required papers.

Documents Needed

  • A Request for Title in Utah

  • The car's prototype title was signed over to the purchaser.

  • A Bill of Sale 

  • An acceptable driver's permit or other forms of identification issued by the state

  • Inhabitants of Salt Lake, Davis, Weber, Cache, and Utah counties are eligible. 

  • Evidence of an emissions check

  • A document of inspection is required if the automobile is new to Utah.

  • Evidence of liability insurance that satisfies the state's minimum prerequisites

    • Twenty-five thousand US dollars for each accident injury or demise of a person

    • Sixty-five thousand US dollars if there are two or more physical injuries or demise caused by an accident.

    • Fifteen thousand US dollars for the destruction of property due to an accident

  • A Motor Vehicle Power of Attorney is required if the automobile is leased.

  • Documentation costs.