I lost my Bill of Sale in New York, what can I do? New York

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You do need a bill of sale to register and title your vehicle.

If you purchased your car from an individual, you’ll need to contact that person and complete another bill of sale form. Obtaining an original form is necessitated by the DMV’s refusal to accept copies.

If you bought from a dealership, it will have taken care of the titling and registering paperwork, putting less stress on you. However, if you need a bill of sale for your own records (that’s highly recommended) contact the dealership. It will have your bill of sale on file, making it easy to replace your lost copy.

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