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Can you use your car as a trade to buy another car even if your name is not on the loan or bill of sale from the dealership?
%DETAILS%. Answer . This is certainly something that can be negotiated with a dealer. It will depend on how much equity you have in the deal, how much money you may be bo…rrowing on your new vehicle, etc. But if you make a it a condition of the deal, yes, it can be done under the right circumstances.\n. \nYou can learn more at dealertricks.com\n. \n.
Would a used car dealership sell you another used vehicle when the car you were recently buying from them was totaled in a car accident and you did not have insurance on the car?
\n. \n Answer \n. \n. \nSo long as you don't still owe money on the first car, I expect they would.\n. \n. \n. \nI believe if you paid off the wrecked car, they may …sell you another. They may require you get insurance before it leaves the lot.
Can you use a car as a trade in for your new car if the trade in is titled to your daughter and has an out standing loan signed by another person and your daughter agrees to the trade in?
Answer . your daughter would have to sign the release documents for her car.. As for the loan, whoever signed the loan would still have to pay the loan, regardless. The l…oan doesn't go away.. If you do consider this, make sure there aren't any liens or any other claims to that car, through the bank or other institution.
Is it possible to trade in a car and buy a new one even if you are still paying off a loan for the original car?
Answer . \nYes. You have to make certain the dealership you're working with for the purchase of the new car is covering the entire amount owed on the old car. Also, whoe…ver is doing your financing should give you a check made out to you and the lienholder of the old car so that loan can be paid off. If you do not do this, it is possible for the bank of the old car to come back to you and sue you for the loan balance. Keep copies of everything in a safe place. sunnyraye
Answer . Find one up for sale and give them a large sum of money
Answer . I actually sell cars and that is totally classified!!! Kidding. The average used car will gross between $1000 and $1500 which to be honest barely covers the bills…. That would give a salesperson 100 to 200 dollars in his paycheck. I have seen dealers take a loss for a car when trying to move it. Yes... that happens. And I have seen one dealer make as much as $9000 on one car. That is extremely rare and wrong but i saw it. The salesperson made 1700 on that on car.
\nI believe the sales tax is the same if you buy from a dealership or from an individual - $6.25%.
In theory no, in practice yes. This is done all the time. You want a certain car and they do not have it in stock. The call around and find the car you want at another dealer.… They sell you the car and go get it from the other dealer.
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Depending on which state you live in, you may be required to use a state approved bill of sale form. The state approved bill of sale forms typically require information such a…s: the seller's and buyer's name and address; the car's vin number, make, model, body type & year; odometer reading; and sale price. Some of these state approved bill of sale forms also require the seller's and buyer's signatures be notarized. Other states have moved this information to the title for you to complete when you sell the car and no longer require a state approved bill of sale form.
No, you would need to register it. The dealership simply "signs off".
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As with any sales business, the car dealer must collect the sales tax.
Yes. It is called a trade in.
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You do have a grace period, if it is agreed upon by you and the seller, to return the purchased auto if you are not happy. At least that has been my experience in my own purch…ases. I have never immediately traded "it" in for another.. I am sure, should you find a willing salesperson, such a transaction may take place.. "Money talks and Suckers walk."
Why would a car dealership not have the title for the used car you purchased and does a Bill of Sale take the place of a title proving new ownership?
because most car dealers buy from auctions that give them a floor plan in other words they hold the title and give them a credit so that they can take the car on their lot and… sell it and once it is sold they have to go pay off the floor plan to receive the title so that they may register it in your name. There is usually a time limit for them to do it before they are charged penalties.