Get a vehicle history report to present to potential buyers; this provides credibility and builds trust. Reports from Carfax are available on cars.com; other services are available online as well. If you have detailed inspection records, prepare itemized copies (with service receipts) for prospective buyers. This shows you've kept up with maintenance and suggests you're selling a reliable vehicle. Make a copy of your vehicle title in preparation for the sale. If you don't have the title, call your lending institution and request they send it to you with a lien release. If you paid off the loan years ago and the lending institution no longer exists, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (888-206-4662) can help you obtain your title. Ownership-transfer legalities vary from state to state, so get the details from your local DMV. It's a good idea to fill out a bill of sale, even though it doesn't legally transfer ownership. Some states make this a requirement. A bill of sale lists the car's vehicle identification number, a description of the car, the date of sale, the purchase price, and the names and signatures of both parties in the transaction.
you do not need to bring any special paperwork if you are buying a car from a car auction. the only proof you will need is the paperwork after to buy the car to get insurance and the titles switched in your name.
all you need to sell your car is your car title
Only if the car was registered in Texas in your name.
Co-borrowers would both have to agree to sell and sign the paperwork to sell a car you are making payments on. This could not legally be done by one person.
How many cars do you have to sell in one year to be required to have a dealer's license in Texas? 5 or more and they must all be titled in your name not in the name of a business or other entity. It you sell 5 or more, or sell a car that is not titled in your name, you need a license.
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You will need to sell your car and then do a legal transfer of the title.
When you sell a car, there are some paperwork changing your name to the byers name. Some people commit the mistake to leave it for later and have gotten in serious problems because of this. The traspasing of the tittle to the byers name should be done inmediately when you sell it.
When you sell your car, you will need to provide the buyer with the original title (signed over by you on the back) and a Bill of Sale. Make copies of the paperwork for your own records. www.dmv.org DMV.ORG - The Unofficial Guide to the DMV YES IF U ARE SELLING IT AS JUNK
You may just need to sign a form stating that it was your car, and that you did sell it. It's up to him to get the paperwork, not you.
Typically, no a felon cannot sell a car at a dealership in California. Unless, of course, they are the outright owner of the car in which they are trying to sell to the dealership, (and have all the paperwork to prove this true) OR they are under an employment agreement with the dealership, and it is their job to sell cars at the dealership.