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I intend to sell my bike soon, but I'm getting confusing information about how to sell it with transfer of the green book to a private buyer.
 
Please can someone point me in the right direction.
 
Thanks
 
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Depends on your local DLT. If you want to know it 100% you have to ask them.

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Concur Jack is spot on Your DLT is the place to sort it, go there with buyer get your dosh then signed the book over along with paperwork from DLT.

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It's easiest if you and the buyer can go to the DLT together.

There is an government (official) form which both seller and buyer have to sign.

Best witnessed at the DLT.

Is the buyer a foreigner or a Thai person?

Foreigner needs proof of address (different options).

 

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I've had a fairly good offer from Yamaha -it was New from them 3 years ago. But thought I might be able to get 5,000 extra on Facebook

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One thing to remember is to always retain a copy of the bill of sale. If you sell a vehicle and the new owner never transfers the blue/green book then all fees and tickets will automatically revert to you. If you have a signed bill of sale then you are off the hook.


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Cheers all

Sold it to a fellow Brit and his thai wife who did the paperwork at the DLT cost around 200baht

But when I posted the facebook advert I got a few Thai people offering to buy, saying they will do the transfer themselves just need copies of my passport and claims of transfer costs between 1000 and 2500 baht that they wanted to knock off the price.

One was trying to say something like the transfer was only for a year - maybe it was a mix up with road tax.

 

 

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On 12/4/2018 at 12:34 PM, Nick ZepTepi said:

Sold it to a fellow Brit and his thai wife who did the paperwork at the DLT cost around 200baht

So you didn't need to supply a "certificate of residence"  ?? 

can you please tell us what province  you live in and what province the new owner live in ?

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So you didn't need to supply a "certificate of residence"  ?? 
can you please tell us what province  you live in and what province the new owner live in ?
Both in Chiang mai, no proof of residence only passports original with copies of entrance current stamp & visa. Both had to show up to the dlt so our id was confirmed.



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3 minutes ago, Nick ZepTepi said:

Both in Chiang mai, no proof of residence

Ok thanks for that...  will add it to my notes.

 

so far for Chaingmai the no's have it

 

residence certificate required from seller

 

Chonburi/Pattaya  yes
Nakhornratchasima/Korat  yes @ rdrokit
Buriram DLT    @Thai Chi =yes
Chiang Mai ?   @ramrod711 yes   @idman  = no  @anto = no   @Nick ZepTepi  = no
Surin @idman = no
BKK ?

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Sold a PCX 150 to a Thai family, got a set of forms from LTO before the sale and had everything to hand before the buyer arrived. Thai bill of sale completed and copies of Thai I’d card and Blue house book given (luckily the Thai wife worked in the LOT and everything was legit). I bought a BN600 from a guy in Korat, went with him to the LTO and did the transfer there cost me 300฿. Had copy of my passport main page, visa retirement extension page, yellow book and Pink Thai ID card. No problem and green book transferred into my name. I live in Khon Kaen province and was told I had 15 days to transfer into that province. We went there a few days later and transferred the bike, after the customary inspection was given a new number plate, tax and insurance slip for less than 200฿. No real drama’s.

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No certificate of residence for the seller in Phuket DLT needed , a few years back,  only buyer needs it.  But seller visa page for passport was needed, and they check if still valid...!

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