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Off-Road Vehicle Bill of Sale

Last revision Last revision 26/03/2024
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Last revisionLast revision: 26/03/2024

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A Bill of Sale is a legal document the seller usually gives the buyer when selling property. Specifically, an Off-Road Vehicle Bill of Sale is a document the seller provides to the buyer when the transaction involves an off-road vehicle, such as a dirt bike, quad, side-by-side, snowmobile, boat, and more. Each party signs the document.

The document can state that the seller is selling the off-road vehicle either as is or with a warranty (assurance that the vehicle is fit for use and may have been inspected by a mechanic). A vehicle sold as is means a licensed mechanic has not inspected the vehicle, and the vehicle is not represented as being in a road worthy condition. The vehicle may require substantial repairs.

This document is meant to be used for private sales and not for purchases at a dealership.

In most private sales, a seller will sell an off-road vehicle in as-is condition, which means it's sold in the state where the seller left it, and there are no assurances of the vehicle being in quality condition (warranty or condition).

For parties looking for an on-road vehicle bill of sale, see Bill of Sale of Motor Vehicle.


The document contains input fields to describe the off-road vehicle being sold, including the type, make, model, year, odometer reading, etc., and the purchase price, and the method of delivery. Also, the Bill of Sale contains conditions from the seller about title to the property, and the right to sell such property.

The document must be filled out, signed by the seller and the buyer, and then given to the buyer in exchange for money. At the time of purchase, print out two copies, or sign electronically and forward copies by email, and sign each of them so that both parties have a copy of the bill of sale.

Once the document is signed and the transaction is complete, the Buyer will need to attend at the provincial registration office to register the vehicle and change the ownership into the Buyer's name. The registration office will require a copy of this Bill of Sale and sales taxes will need to be paid.


There are many laws in place governing the sale of off-road vehicles. Consumer protection and sales of goods laws protect buyers from unscrupulous sellers with implied conditions that generally can't be waived unless privately sold as is, which still has exceptions. These implied conditions include the buyer obtaining a vehicle free from liens, conforming to the description, and more.


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