Here are some guidelines for selling your car in Arkansas.
Documents Needed To Sell Your Car In Arkansas
Certificate of Title
Complete the following on the reverse side of the title:
- Buyer name and address.
- Buyer signature.
- Your signature.
- Odometer disclosure if the car is less than 10 years old.
- Rebuilt from salvage disclosure if needed.
You’ll have to take the title to the Arkansas Office of Motor Vehicles (OMV). The transfer fee is $10.00.
You only need the disclosure if:
- The car is less than 10 years old.
- The title’s control number is less than 3003001.
Otherwise, complete the Bill of Sale/Odometer Disclosure (Form 10-313).
Notice of Transfer of Ownership
Arkansas requires a Notice of Transfer. It releases you from liability if the car is:
- Used in a crime.
- In an accident.
Bill of Sale
Arkansas requires a bill of sale if
- The title is from out of state.
- The control number is less than 3003001.
PrivateAuto includes a bill of sale with a vehicle listing.
How To Replace a Lost Title in Arkansas
Visit an Arkansas Office of Motor Vehicles in person. You’ll need to provide:
- Registration Certificate
- License plate number
- Title number
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
- $10 for the title fee, cash or check
Vehicle History Report
By offering to provide a vehicle history report, you present yourself as a trustworthy seller.
When you sell your car with PrivateAuto Premium, you get a vehicle history report at no extra cost.
How To Register a Car To a New Owner in Arkansas
Arkansas requires you to remove the license plate after the sale.
You can register the plate to another vehicle you own or return it to the Arkansas DMV.
The buyer will need to submit an Arkansas Vehicle Registration Application.
When you sell your car in Arkansas, your listing on PrivateAuto includes state-specific documents. Vehicle history report included.