Nevada Off Highway Vehicle Bill of Sale
A Nevada Off Highway Vehicle Bill of Sale is used when selling or purchasing a Off Road / Highway Vehicle such as ATV, ATVs, quads, dirt bikes, dune buggies, sandrails, snowmobiles or any motor vehicle used on public lands for the purpose of recreation. It is a rule that you need to register such a vehicle in the State of Nevada. When purchasing or selling a Off Road Vehicle this Bill of Sale ensures that the Sale is authorized and is legal which safeguards the interests of both the seller and the buyer.
This form releases the interest of the seller in the Off Highway Vehicle and must be accompanied with a Certificate of Title or any other ownership documents.
Follow the instructions below to fill the form correctly.
Firstly Enter the purchase price of the Off Highway Vehicle , Then Enter the vehicle identification number (VIN) now if the vehicle does not have a VIN because it is a homemade or the VIN has been removed or is unreadable, the OHV must be taken to a Department of Motor Vehicle office for inspection.
You then need to correctly fill in the the model year, the Vehicle make (such as Polaris, Yamaha, Ski-Doo, etc), vehicle model (such as Ranger, YZ 250, Summit, etc), and date of application.
You then need to Choose a vehicle type whether the vehicle is a Motorcycle, Snowmobile and All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) etc. if you select Other then you need to explain in brief what type the vehicle is.
Then you need to Enter the full legal name of the new owner as it appears on the Nevada Driver’s License or Identification Card, or the name of the business if the vehcile will be registered to a business.
if there are more owners then enter their details as well and the signatures of all owners to make changes to the Certificate of Title of the OHV. You then need to Enter the number on the new owner’s Nevada Driver’s license or ID card, or the FEIN if the OHV is to be registered to a business.
If the owner does not have a Nevada Driver’s license, ID card or FEIN for a business, write “NONE.” If the new owner is a business or trust the Date of Birth field needs to be blank.
The complete physical and mailing address of the new owner is also required and needs to be filled in correctly.
The buyer must then sign and date the form.
If there are any liens on the vehicle the lienholder information needs to be entered if not then write the word “NONE” on the Lienholder/Lessor line.
Then you need to enter the seller’s full legal name , the number of the seller’s Nevada Driver’s license or Identification card, or the FEIN if the OHV was registered to a business.
If the seller does not have a Nevada Driver’s license, ID card or FEIN for a business, write “NONE.” Then the seller’s mailing address and lastly the seller must sign and date the form.