How do I get a bill of sale for a car in Alberta?
When buying a vehicle from a private seller, a bill of sale must include:
- full name and address of the seller(s) and buyer(s)
- vehicle identification number (VIN)
- make, model/series, style, colour and year of the vehicle.
- cost of the vehicle.
- signature from both the buyer(s) and seller(s)
Can you drive away a car you just bought?
Can you drive home a car you just bought? Yes, but only if you have insurance. It is a legal requirement that you are insured to drive your new car at any time, even just to bring it home.
How do you make a bill of sale?
You can also write out your own bill of sale. When writing a bill of sale, be sure to include: The seller’s name and address. The buyer’s name and address. A description of the item being sold, including serial numbers, identification numbers, make, model, size, color, design, any distinguishing marks, features or faults.
How to write a bill of sale for an used car?
The date of the sale.
How to get a bill of sale?
A bill of sale is a simple document that identifies the buyer, the seller, a description of the item, the amount paid, and the exact date. The bill of sale should be signed by both the buyer and the seller. You can use an online bill of sale template. Or, prepare a bill of sale at home and carry it when looking to purchase from private sellers.
Where to get a bill of sale form?
– Date of sale – Make, model, and year of vehicle – Complete vehicle description (color, body style) – Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) – Odometer reading – Buyer’s full name and address – Seller’s full name and address – Signatures of buyer (s) and seller (s)