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Fillable Printable Insurance Destroyed Vehicle Options

Fillable Printable Insurance Destroyed Vehicle Options

Insurance Destroyed Vehicle Options

Insurance Destroyed Vehicle Options

Insurance Destroyed Vehicle Options
Option 1 Keeping the vehicle
Take the vehicle registration, Notice of Cancellation letter, and applicable fees to a vehicle licensing office to
apply for a title.
Option 2 Selling the vehicle
Seller
1. Give the buyer
The Notice of Cancellation letter
This insert
A notarized bill of sale
An Odometer Disclosure Statement (if the vehicle is less than ten years old). This statement must be
printed by a vehicle licensing office.
2. Submit a seller Report of Sale to the Department of Licensing within five days from the date of sale.
This can
be done at any vehicle licensing office or online at www.dol.wa.gov under “Report
your vehicle sold.
Buyer
1. You must have the vehicle inspected by the Washington State Patrol (WSP) before it can be titled or licensed.
For the inspection you must present all original receipts for the parts used to repair the vehicle.
“Bills of sale” for parts must be in the name of the person presenting the documents and vehicle for the
inspection. Internet bid receipts (e-bay, etc.) will not be accepted.
2. After the inspection is completed take the following into a vehicle licensing office to apply for a title.
WSP inspection documents
Vehicle registration
The Notice of Cancellation letter
Applicable fees
Option 3 Selling the parts
Provide the buyer of the parts a notarized bill of sale for each part sold. The bill of sale must include:
A description of the part(s) purchased
The vehicle identification number (VIN)
The name of the last registered owner of record
When you sell the remainder of the vehicle, the notarized bill of sale must include the vehicle description
(make, model, year, etc) and the vehicle identification number (VIN).
TD-420-080 (R/4/13)WA
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