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The buyer should check the originality and validity of the following vehicle documents when purchasing a used vehicle:
Buyers should also check the general condition of the car and examine details of the car's history through the notes in the service book.
The buyer needs to provide the following:
The buyer should then receive the following from the seller:
The receipt should include the vehicle's make, chassis number, colour, frame number and licence plate number. A tax stamp must be affixed to the first copy, which must be signed by the original owner whose name appears on the BPKB. The original owner should also sign the two other copies which must remain blank - these may be necessary by the Office of Motor Vehicles in the event of a future sale of the vehicle.
Registration takes place at the local Office of Motor Vehicles or Satuan Pernibitan Administrasi SIM (Satpas) office. The new owner must take the vehicle registration number certificate (STNK) and the vehicle ownership book (Buku Pemilik Kendaraan Bermotor - BPKB).
A tax has to be paid when registering the car in the new owner's name. This is calculated at approximately one percent of the car's market value. However, However under Bali Provincial Governor Regulation No. 26/2010, no tax is applied for the transfer of registration.
Vehicle registration is renewed annually.