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 vehicle identification number (VIN) and license plate number (if you’re writing it for a vehicle)
Does a bill of sale have to be notarized?
A vehicle bill of sale is not required in all states. For example, Illinois and Tennessee don’t require an auto bill of sale. Keep in mind, however, that a bill of sale does not prove ownership—only a title transfer does that. A bill of sale is only a record that a sales transaction occurred between two parties.
How does a bill of sale work?
A bill of sale has been defined as a legal document made by the seller to a purchaser, reporting that on a specific date at a specific locality and for a particular sum of money or other value received, the seller sold to the purchaser a specific item of personal property, or parcel of real property of which he had
Can I register a car with just a bill of sale?
Buying a vehicle with a bill of sale but no title is a bit tricky when it comes to registering the vehicle, but it can be done. You just need to complete a few steps, including obtaining a bonded title, and then you can claim the car as your own.