nirvines88 wrote:Anything I'm missing here?
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."
Random Poster wrote: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.
Default User BR wrote:Random Poster wrote: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.
That would difficult with no license plate.
nirvines88 wrote:Also, in terms of car insurance, I plan on just calling my insurance company to end coverage on the car the second the title leaves my hand. I will also be removing my license plate. Anything I'm missing here?
dm200 wrote:When I have sold cars, my concern is that of "liability" if the new owner causes damage/death right after I have "sold" the car. I have NO IDEA of the legalities, but for this concern, I have the buyer sign that he/she has purchased the vehicle on this date, at this time. I always take back/keep the plates from the vehicle when it is sold.
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