This Pennsylvania Truck Bill of Sale Form can be used to document the transfer of ownership of a used truck from the seller to the buyer. The form is specifically for a truck. We also offer bills of sale for other types of motorized vehicles. This bill of sale form is specifically worded for the sale/purchase of a truck.
The Pennsylvania Truck Bill of Sale Form includes the name and address of the person selling the truck, the name and address of the buyer, the amount for which the truck is being sold, and a detailed description of the truck itself. Check with motor vehicle officials in your state. Some states require that motor vehicle bills of sale be notarized. Even if it is not required by state law, you might want to have the form notarized, especially if you don’t personally know the other party. When in doubt, have the form notarized.
This Pennsylvania Truck Bill of Sale Form is available in both Microsoft Word and PDF. PDF is by far the more popular format but the Word version is the easiest to customize.
Click the link below to download the Pennsylvania Truck Bill of Sale Form in either Word or PDF format. You will need Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat, or an equivalent program to open and edit the document. You may also print the form as is and fill in the blanks by hand.
DOWNLOAD – Pennsylvania Truck Bill of Sale Form PDF
DOWNLOAD – Pennsylvania Truck Bill of Sale Form Microsoft Word
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