A Wyoming vehicle bill of sale legitimizes a transaction between the seller and buyer of a vehicle in the state. It is used to transfer vehicle titles from one name to another and establish ownership of the vehicle. The form outlines the description and terms of the sale, as well as information about the buyer and seller.
Wyoming Vehicle Registration
You must register your motor vehicle in Wyoming to legally operate it in the state.
If you are temporarily employed in Wyoming and plan to be in the state for less than 120 consecutive days, you may apply for a temporary vehicle registration. Each Wyoming county handles its own vehicle registrations, so contact your local county treasurer’s office for specifics.
Where to Register Your Vehicle
You can register your vehicle at a Wyoming county clerk’s office in the county where you live. The Wyoming Department of Transportation provides a list of county clerk offices in the state and links to the necessary forms to get started. You will need to appear in person if you are registering a vehicle for the first time and submit the necessary paperwork showing a change in ownership.
Documents Required at the County Clerk’s Office
Before heading out to register your vehicle for the first time, be sure to gather the following items to take with you:
- A Wyoming bill of sale for the vehicle or a dealer’s invoice (if purchased from a dealership)
- The title application and VIN inspection form
- A copy of the vehicle’s title
- A valid driver’s license or state-issued ID
- Proof of insurance
- An odometer disclosure statement
- Registration fees
How to Write a Bill of Sale for a Car in Wyoming
When filling out the bill of sale, follow these steps to comply with the Wyoming DMV’s requirements.
Step 1 – Start with a Template for a Wyoming Vehicle Bill of Sale
Use our legal template below to create a vehicle bill of sale in Wyoming.
Step 2 – List the Vehicle Details
Fill in a description of the vehicle. Include information such as the vehicle’s year, make, license plate number, vehicle identification number (VIN), and title number.
Step 3 – Fill In the Buyer’s Information
Print the legal first and last name of the buyer, along with their address and the date of the vehicle purchase.
Step 4 – Fill In the Seller’s Information
Match and print the seller’s name to the name on their valid ID and on the vehicle’s title.
Step 5 – Sign the Document
Both the buyer and the seller should confirm that all information is correct and sign the bill of sale to make it valid.
Step 6 – Provide Copies
Take a copy of the bill of sale to the county clerk’s office along with the car’s title. A current odometer reading should be listed on the title. Keep a copy of the completed bill of sale for your records, and provide one to the seller.
Free Wyoming Vehicle Bill of Sale Form
Use our free, printable Wyoming vehicle bill of sale to transfer your vehicle’s title to your name. It’s available in Word and PDF formats.