An Idaho bill of sale form is a document that individuals used as proof of purchase for the private sale of personal property. The completed form must include the amount paid, the date of sale, a description of the item, and the contact information of the seller and the buyer. Both parties will need to sign the document to confirm that the item was paid for and transferred to the buyer. When selling a motor vehicle or boat, residents will need to use the bill of sale provided by the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) (see below). A signed IDT bill of sale must be presented during the registration process.
Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale – This bill of sale details the transfer of vehicle ownership between a buyer and seller.
Firearm Bill of Sale – While not required in the registration process, this firearm bill of sale can still be a useful tool to record the transfer of a firearm.
Boat Bill of Sale – Records the transfer of ownership of a boat from a seller to a buyer, including the sale price, vessel description, and signatures of the parties.
Generic Bill of Sale – Records the sale and transfer of ownership of used articles such as clothes, furniture, electronics, equipment, and antiques.
- Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) – The division of the ITD responsible for registering and titling vehicles.
- DMV Office Locations – A map of locations where vehicle registration/titling can be obtained.
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Inspection Certification – A form that is completed after a newly purchased vehicle’s VIN has been inspected by the DMV.
- Application for Certificate of Title – Used to apply for a new vehicle title.
- Fee Schedule – The current costs associated with registering a vehicle.
- Concealed Weapons License (CWL) Application – Must be completed and submitted to the county sheriff’s office.
- Enhanced Concealed Weapons License Training Certificate – The form that certifies completion of firearms training required for a CWL.