There are 3 ways to report the sale of a vehicle:
You should file within 5 business days from the date it was:
If you have a Good To Go! electronic tolling pass, update your account to show you don't own the vehicle anymore. Go through the Department of Transportation:
As the seller, you’re responsible for filing the report of sale. If you don’t file, you may be held liable for tolling bills, towing charges, and other civil or criminal liabilities incurred by the new owner.
The new owner is responsible for transferring the title. See transferring ownership into your name.
You can request one by submitting the Vehicle/Vessel Disclosure Request form. For more information, contact our Public Disclosure office at 360-359-4002.
You’ll have to visit a vehicle licensing office to explain the error so we can delete it and file a corrected version.
We’ll accept the report of sale after 5 business days without penalties. However, if the vehicle is involved in any criminal or civil liabilities prior to your filing, it will be up to the courts to determine if you’ll be held liable.
If you end up keeping the vehicle after you’ve filed, visit a vehicle licensing office to get the report of sale deleted from the records.
Do you have a copy that you can resubmit? You would have gotten a copy if you filed online or in an office. You won’t get a copy if you mail it to us.
If you mailed it to us: