Georgia Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale Form

Georgia motor vehicle bill of sale is used to provide evidence that a seller has sold and transferred ownership of their vehicle to a buyer. It includes a description of the vehicle (make, model, year, identification number) and a statement of the odometer reading.

Georgia Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale Form

Georgia motor vehicle bill of sale is used to provide evidence that a seller has sold and transferred ownership of their vehicle to a buyer. It includes a description of the vehicle (make, model, year, identification number) and a statement of the odometer reading.

Last updated February 12th, 2024

Georgia motor vehicle bill of sale is used to provide evidence that a seller has sold and transferred ownership of their vehicle to a buyer. It includes a description of the vehicle (make, model, year, identification number) and a statement of the odometer reading.

  1. Home »
  2. Bill of Sale »
  3. Georgia »
  4. Motor Vehicle

How to Register (3 Steps)

Georgia law requires newly acquired vehicles to be registered and properly titled within 30 days of the purchase.[1] To register and title the vehicle, the buyer must take the following measures:

1. Complete Application

The first step for an individual to register their vehicle is to fill out a Form MV-1 Title/Tag Application. It may be printed and completed by hand or prepared online using the Georgia Drives e-Service.

2. Gather Additional Documents

The following extra paperwork will need to be obtained before applying to register/title a vehicle[2]:
  • Georgia driver’s license or ID card;
  • Bill of sale;
  • Proof of insurance;
  • The original title that’s been assigned to the buyer. If the vehicle was previously registered in a non-title state or country, the buyer must complete a Form T-22B Certification of Inspection. The buyer will also need either a registration certificate from the non-tile state/country or a Manufacturer’s Certificate of Origin.

3. Submit Documents

Once the appropriate documentation has been gathered, the individual can mail or hand-deliver the paperwork to a County Tag Office and pay the registration fee.

Vehicle Bill of Sale (Preview)

Georgia Motor Vehicle Bill Of Sale