Websites such as TidyForm.com, DMV.org and LawDepot.com all offer free bill of sale forms. DMV.org offers a form specific to the sale of a car or other vehicle, while the other websites offer different types of bills of sale and allow customization by state.
LawDepot.com asks users to fill in information as part of developing their free bill of sale forms. The precise information depends on the type of item for sale. For example, with regard to a bill of sale for an automobile, the user must input the county in which the sale is taking place, the sale price, the names and cities of residence for the seller and buyer and information about the vehicle.
The make, model, VIN (vehicle identification number), odometer reading, body type and year are all necessary for the car bill of sale as well. There is also some boilerplate text on the form indicating that the seller warrants that he is the legal owner of the car and has the right to sell it. It also has boilerplate text about the fact that no warranty is implied by the sale. This protects the seller from any claims that he has to replace or fix something on the car as a part of the transaction.