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Form 82050: Notice of Sale and/or Bill of Sale for a Motor Vehicle, Mobile Home, Off-Highway Vehicle or Vessel

If you’re selling a vehicle, vessel, or mobile home in the state of Florida, you’re required to complete a notice/bill of sale form, which will include your information, your purchaser’s information, the vehicle’s odometer reading, and more.

Form 90510: Motor Vehicle Records Request

Insurers, employers, and others may need to see motor vehicle records in order to make business decisions. This form can provide details on a vehicle’s current registration, title, and other information.

Form 82040: Application for Certificate of Title With/Without Registration

When you purchase a new vehicle, you’ll need to apply for a title from the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles using this form.

82101: Application for Duplicate or Lost in Transit/Reassignment for a Motor Vehicle, Mobile Home or Vessel Title Certificate

If you’re selling a vehicle, vessel, or mobile home in the state of Florida, you’re required to complete a notice/bill of sale form, which will include your information, your purchaser’s information, the vehicle’s odometer reading, and more.

83146: Application for Replacement License Plate, Validation Decal or Parking Permit

If your license plate, handicapped parking permit, or validation decal has been lost, defaced, damaged, stolen, or you never received it after applying, you can request a new one using this form. Please note that you must provide a valid reason for requesting a new plate, decal, or permit.

For Military Only: Titles & Registration for Military Members

The State of Florida recognizes the sacrifices that members of the military and their families make in order to serve their country and works to make it as easy as possible to manage vehicle-related issues. All military-related forms are available in a single PDF document, located here. If you’re part of a military family, it can be helpful to save this PDF to your computer so that you can return to it as needed during the time you’re stationed in Florida.

Driver Exchange of Information

Do yourself a favor: print out a couple of these forms and stow them away in the glove box of your vehicle. Getting into an accident can be physically, financially, and emotionally painful, and having one of these on hand can make the process after an accident a little bit easier. A driver exchange of information form provides both you and the other party (or parties) with the other person’s information, the details of the accident, and other information important to both law enforcement and insurance companies.

90011S: Accident Self Report

If you’ve been in an accident in which no one was hurt and the damage was minor, you may choose to self-report rather than call law enforcement to come to create a police report. Use this form to self-report a traffic accident.

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