The application form can be printed and mailed to the snowmobile atv registration section for processing. All atvs in pennsylvania must have a title issued by dcnr.
Bill of sale when you purchased the atv.
How to get title for atv with bill of sale in pa. Pennsylvania residents are also required to title their snowmobiles and atvs. As a buyer you could take the signed title to your state and apply for a new title in your name. I have read about the vermont route but saw conflicting information so i decided to get to the bottom of this once in for all.
This is usually found on the back or near the bottom of the title and it will be labeled assignment or transfer by owner. How to get a title and registered in pa with just a bill of sale i am going to go step by step on how i obtained 3 moped titles in pennsylvania with only a bill of sale in hand. When purchasing or selling an atv utv or dirt bike in pennsylvania you always want to document the transfer of vehicle from the seller to the buyer.
The cost of a title is 22 50. If you re buying or selling a new atv you will most likely have a title to sign. Pennsylvania s department of transportation penndot does not require a bill of sale to record the sale of a car between two parties.
The exceptions to this requirement are for. Atvs registered with dcnr prior to february 12 1987 these atvs do not require a title until they are sold by the owner. The easiest is if you know who the previous owner is.
Have them file for a replacement title and then fill it in properly and have them sign it over to you. Rather the state requires residents to sign over a title when completing a title transfer following a sale. The all terrain vehicle atv bill of sale is a legal document that proves the legal sale and purchase of an atv this document will provide information with regard to the seller the buyer the amount paid all of the information with regard to the vehicle needed for sale and registration.
Typically this is done by signing the transfer by owner or assignment section on the rear of the original title.