Selling a car online is very popular, as it exposes the vehicle to the largest possible market. Trying to find a buyer by simply placing a "For Sale" sign in the window of your car and parking it on the street is unlikely to be as effective. Listing your car online increases your chance of finding a buyer, and helps you get a fair price.
#5 List several ways a potential buyer can get in touch with you, such as an email address and telephone number. Buyers want to be able to communicate with sellers and receive a timely response. #6 Include specific times in your advertisement when you are available to show the car. You don't want to waste time with a potential buyer if the person is unable to meet you at a time when you are available. Part III. Selling the Vehicle #1 Meet with potential buyers and settle on a price for the car if they are interested in purchasing it. Accept cash, a cashier's check, money order or bank check as a form of payment. Do not accept a personal check, as you do not know if sufficient funds are available. #2 Create bill of sale for your car for both you and the buyer to sign. The bill of sale should include the car's year, make, model, VIN number, purchase price and current odometer reading. If no warranty is included, the bill of sale should state that the car is being sold "as-is." #3 Transfer the vehicle's title to the buyer. Both the buyer and yourself must sign the back of the title. Check with the appropriate agency in your state, usually the department of motor vehicles, to determine if the title must be notarized.
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