Sounds like you are getting into the nitty-gritty of repo...check the codes below...
TITLE STATE: Yes SECURITY INTERESTS: Shown on title, title mailed to debtor, lien-holder record mailed to lien-holder. LICENSE REGISTRATION: The Arizona Department of Transportation, Motor Vehicle Division, 1801 W. Jefferson, Phoenix, Arizona 85007. Tel:(602)255-7011. RECOVERY REQUIREMENT: As per UCC, repossession allowed without committing a breach of the peace. DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR LIQUIDATION: Arizona Lien-holder record or out-of-state title, AZ MVD "Affidavit of Repossession/Bill of Sale" form and vehicle inspection if vehicle not previously registered in Arizona. PLATES: As of 01/01/02 - plates now belong to the registered owner of the vehicle. They remain with the debtor. ArizonaRevisedStatutes FormatDocument <a href="http://www.azleg.state.az.us/ars/13/01813.htm ">azleg.state
I don't know about AZ law, but it is a VERY GOOD IDEA to do so. I USUALLY DO IT AS I'M PULLING OUT OF THE YARD.
There is no licensing requirements to repossess cars in Arizona. The truck has to pass DPS inspection but that is it. So buy a truck and happy hunting.
The Bell Lexus dealership is located at 1901 East Bell Road, Phoenix, Arizona. They specialise in the sale of Lexus cars though they also sell car parts.
The car dealership, Showcase Honda, can be found in the state of Arizona. It is located in the city of Phoenix and is open from 8 am to 10 pm on most days of the week.
Normally the state in which you register the vehicle. That would be Nevada.
It depends on the car and the dealership but Arizona's sales taxes are lower than California.
Yes, as long as the repossession agent did not commit a breach of peace as defined under the laws of the state or municipality in which the vehicle was recovered.
The limit is in the contract you signed. It likely says that when you are in default the lender can repossess. That means anytime you are behind at all... even one day, although most places wouldn't do that. They would rather get the payment rather than go to the trouble to repossess.
There is a great Ford dealership in Phoenix named "Earnhardt Ford". This dealership offers great deals on cars, including the Ford Fiesta. San Tan Ford Dealership is another trusted Ford dealer in Phoenix. If these do not work, always try a CarMax.
Roughly 50 Dollars the most on that day or night purchasing.
The main thing that buyers should be wary of in Arizona is a home's energy efficiency. Since it is very hot in Arizona, it is easy to lose money on cooling costs if the house is not energy efficient.