The VSD 190 is an Illinois form used to apply for vehicle transactions like ownership transfers, requiring complete buyer and seller details, title assignment, vehicle information, fee payment method, and signatures to properly document the transaction.
|PDF Title||VSD 190 Illinois|
|File Size||450 kb|
- Purpose: The VSD 190 is used to apply for various vehicle transactions in Illinois, such as transferring the ownership of a vehicle, updating vehicle information, or applying for a new title or registration.
- Vehicle Information: When filling out the VSD 190, you will need to provide details about the vehicle, such as the make, model, year, Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), and odometer reading. This information helps ensure accurate documentation of the vehicle.
- Buyer and Seller Details: The VSD 190 requires both the buyer and seller to provide their names, addresses, signatures, and driver’s license numbers. This ensures that both parties are identified and that the transaction is properly documented.
- Title Transfer: If you’re using the VSD 190 to transfer the ownership of a vehicle, you will need to complete the “Title Assignment” section. This section includes the seller’s information, the buyer’s information, and the date of sale. It’s important to accurately fill out this section to avoid any issues with the title transfer.
- Fees and Payment: The VSD 190 may require payment of certain fees, such as the title transfer fee or registration fee. The form includes a section where you can indicate the method of payment, such as cash, check, or credit card.
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