nirvines88 wrote:Anything I'm missing here?
Contact the DMV (usually you can do this online) and advise them of the change of ownership, in case the new owner gets 100 (or whatever) red light camera/photo speeding tickets on the way home.
nirvines88 wrote:Last thing: Should I have this guy sign a waiver? "e.g. nirvines88 is selling this car to ___________________ AS IS. It is possible this car has mechanical issues. The seller makes no guarantees to its safety, drive-ability, durability, etc. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have it checked out by a mechanic."
That type of language is typically in the bill of sale, although the "AS IS" part could be broader to include "including all faults, whether known or unknown, visible or invisible," and you could disclaim all warranties, whether statutory, implied, or express, including, without limitation, any warranty for fitness of purpose or merchantability. The only thing you should represent is that you are the record owner of the car (and, I suppose, the mileage of the car, if your state requires it).
ETA: Despite your request for it in the thread title, the above is not legal advice, I'm not your lawyer, and you are not my client.