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Contact your county Motor Vehicle office for questions about your vehicle registration. City and County of Honolulu: (808) 768-4325. Hawaii County: East Hawai'i: (808) 961-8351. West Hawai'i: (808) 323-4818. Kauai County: (808) 241-4256. Maui County: (808) 270-7363.
Complete and sign the Application for Registration form. Submit the last issued out of state certificate of registration. Submit the last issued out of state certificate of title if you are listed as the lienholder. Submit a bill of lading or shipping receipt, which shows the date the vehicle arrived in Hawaii County.
For most private party car sales in Hawaii, a bill of sale is not required. However, if you're selling a car that is not titled in your name in Honolulu county, then a notarized bill of sale is required.
The out-of-state plates will be valid until their expiration date or for 12 months, whichever occurs first. You may also obtain Hawaii license plates under the above conditions instead of an out of state permit. If your vehicle is going to remain in the state this might be an easier alternative for you.
All Hawaii firearm bills of sale must be notarized and signed by two witnesses, along with the buyer and the seller.
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NOTE: The seller of the vehicle must have the vehicle's title notarized before giving it to the buyer, or accompany the buyer to complete the vehicle title transfer.
Residents of Hawaii must register their vehicle within 30 days of buying the vehicle. Hawaii residents can visit the motor vehicle registration office and submit the following: The vehicle's title that'ssigned over to an individual by the previous owner.
Luckily, replacing a lost registration card in Hawaii is simple and can be done by mail or in person. Each county has its own agency for handling registration requests but you will just need to provide some basic information like your Vehicle ID Number (VIN) and pay a small fee of $5 or $10.
In short, you need a bill of sale in order to obtain a title. Think of the two documents as complementary. While a bill of sale certifies a transfer of ownership between two parties, a title certifies the buyer's legal ownership. It's the final step in the process and proves that the buyer is the legal owner.
No, a bill of sale is not required for most private car sales in Hawaii. An exception to this is if you're selling a car that does not have your name on the title in Honolulu county, which requires form CS-L(MVR)40.

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