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We are here to help you with all the necessary DMV paperwork - from start to finish.
If you're transferring the remainder of a vehicle warranty to the new owner, have the original warranty documentation on hand. Include contact information for the warranty provider so the buyer can readily get the balance of the warranty put in his name.
Outside of transferring a warranty, we recommend that you make it clear in writing that there are no implied warranties when you sell your used vehicle. You should fill out an "as is" form that we provide here. This ensures that the buyer acknowledges and understands that they are accepting all future responsibility for the repair and maintenance of the vehicle.
If you owe money on your vehicle, not a problem! We have been helping hundreds of sellers with the sale of their vehicles for over 30 years now.
We are here to show your vehicle for you and we can also assist in taking someone for a test drive so you don't have to.
If your buyer is paying you with a Cashier's Check we always recommend going to the bank to verify it is a legitimate Cashier's Check. When the buyer is ready to purchase your vehicle, we are here to walk you through the sales process and help you close the sale. We help verify the currency is not counterfeit.
Be wary of anyone who makes an offer to buy your car "sight-unseen," especially buyers located overseas. This is often part of a larger scam to pass a bad check or to get the title of the car without paying for it.
A prospective buyer who wants to work out a payment plan for your car is likely up to no good. Private Party Cars strongly advises against agreeing to a payment plan, regardless of the terms. In these scenarios, the buyer typically gets you to agree to a payment plan, frequently with substantial interest, only to leave you with an initial payment (which may or may not be fraudulent) and disappear with your car.
In Nevada, the license plates are removed by the seller, at the time of sale, then returned to any local DMV Office. It is NOT A GOOD IDEA to leave the plates on the vehicle after you have sold it. The new buyer is responsible to register the vehicle or obtain a moving permit in order to drive it away.