Hawaii Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale Form

Hawaii motor vehicle bill of sale is a document that records the transfer of vehicle ownership between a buyer and a seller. Information about the vehicle, including its make, model, VIN, year, and odometer reading, should be included in the completed form.

Hawaii Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale Form

Hawaii motor vehicle bill of sale is a document that records the transfer of vehicle ownership between a buyer and a seller. Information about the vehicle, including its make, model, VIN, year, and odometer reading, should be included in the completed form.

Last updated February 21st, 2024

Hawaii motor vehicle bill of sale is a document that records the transfer of vehicle ownership between a buyer and a seller. Information about the vehicle, including its make, model, VIN, year, and odometer reading, should be included in the completed form.

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How to Register (3 Steps)

Unlike most other states, Hawaii does not have a statewide DMV. Each county government handles its own vehicle registration, and local requirements may differ slightly. The following is ageneral guide based off of the Honolulu country registration process. New owners will need to register within the county in which they reside.

1. Gather Documents

The individual registering their vehicle must bring the following to their local motor vehicle registration office within 30 days of the transfer[1]:

    • Certificate of Title – Signed by the seller and the buyer.
    • Certificate of Registration This is the last-issued registration from the seller.
    • State of Hawaii Inspection Certificate – This is provided to the buyer by the previous owner. All vehicles two years and older in Hawaii need an annual safety inspection.

2. Fill out the Application

Depending on the county, the application for vehicle registration will either be provided at the registration office or available to complete in advance (see Hawaii County). In all cases, the new owner must sign this and present the accompanying paperwork.

3. Pay Fees and Submit

At the local registration office, the buyer will need to present their ID, pay the fees and taxes, and submit the paperwork. Information on each county can be found at:

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Hawaii Motor Vehicle Bill Of Sale