Noy usually, you will pay it when you title it in MI. Updated answer: Texas has a form you must fill out for the tax and stuff to be left out of the end amount. Find it on the DOTx web page.. the dealership should have it there though.
At the dealership or buying a used vehicle via private party.
The title would be your receipt.
In most states there is no legal recourse when you buy a used vehicle from a private party. This is true in California, for instance. Private parties are not required to offer any kind of warranty on used vehicles.
You will pay the tax when you register the vehicle in your name.
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Not in Michigan there isnt.
Basically the stages are" The Research Stage: This is where you decide how much you want to spend and what kind of vehicle you're looking for. The Search Stage: This is is where you locate the vehicle. It could be through a private seller, franchised dealer, auction or online The Buying Stage: This is where the negotiation, payment terms and conditions and delivery process are settled.
As far as I know you have knoe rights you buy vehicales from private parties as is , you shoud have had the car inspected before commiting to a deal and buying .
no, buying vehicle from someone who got the vehicle through a mechanics lien
A car buying service is more of a broker who helps you purchase a vehicle. However, you can take your vehicle to a dealership or try Auto Trader to sell your vehicle easily.
Buying any used vehicle is tough. You should have a mechanic with you too inspect the vehicle prior to purchase.
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Yes you pay Texas Sales tax. Texas has passed a new law for private party sales regarding sales tax though, you used to be able to pay tax on what you paid for the vehicle but now you will pay tax based upon the "book" value of the vehicle unless you get a licensed Dealer to give you a written value of the vehicle
If you have no money to pay down on this vehicle or do not have a vehicle to trade in that you have no business buying a new van. You should be buying a used van.
When buying a vehicle the first thing to consider is what is the vehicle going to be used for. Its no use purchasing a sports vehicle, if you have a family, for example. When you have decided on the type of vehicle, look at the vehicle for signs of wear, if its second hand. Wear on the steering wheel, badly rubbed seats, and different tyres all indicate high usage.
it means a normal individual going to business and buying a product this what a private customer means
When buying the salvage vehicle, ensure that you search the history of the vehicle.
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Buying a used vehicle is always a gamble. When purchasing a used vehicle it is best to have some kind of repair knowledge. If you don't then it is best to take the vehicle to an independent party to have it examined and ensure reliability.
The cost of a used Honda Ridgeline will depend on several factors. The year, mileage, and condition of the vehicle as well as if you are buying from a private party or a dealership will affect the price range.
Yes, you sure can! Just always watch out for what type of used vehicle that you buy, and always check the Carfax of the vehicle before buying.
That depends entirely on what vehicle you're buying them for and where you're buying them.