How to write a bill of sale for a dirt bike.
Learn how to write a bill of sale for a dirt bike to help smooth the transition from seller to buyer.
A bill of sale is a legal document, so you need to make sure it has all the right information to make the sales process go smoothly. Here’s what you need to know about writing a bill of sale for a dirt bike.
What’s a bill of sale?
A bill of sale is a legal document that includes all the details about a transaction. They’re usually used for large purchases, and particularly for vehicles that need registration and insurance such as a dirt bike. They outline the transaction to make sure both the buyer and the seller are on the same page.
The bill of sale also acts as the proof of purchase for the buyer. They can use it to transfer the title, get new tags, or add the dirt bike to their insurance policy.
Information to include in a dirt bike bill of sale.
Make sure you include all the pertinent information. If something is left out, it could lead to a misunderstanding between the buyer and the seller or prevent the buyer from transferring ownership.
Be sure to include at least the following information:
- A description of the dirt bike, including VIN, mileage, make, model, and year
- Buyer and seller names, addresses and contact information
- Sale date
- Sale price, including taxes
- Sale conditions and terms, including “as is” status or warranties
Once both parties have agreed on terms, signing the bill of sale makes everything official. To make the transaction even simpler, use an e-signature software like Adobe Sign so that both parties can add their legal signatures without dealing with in-person meetings, copiers, or printers.
Explore what more you can do with Adobe Sign to create and sign a bill of sale for dirt bikes and more.