When buying a car, people can get distracted by the thrill of the purchase or excitement over certain features in their new car. It is important to remember that buying a car comes with lots of paperwork. It is helpful to know what you will need and what to look for when buying your vehicle.
Most dealerships take care of all of the paperwork for their customers, but it is always good to know what you should expect. Each state has different paperwork involved, so knowing what to look for, especially if you have recently moved or are buying a car out of state, is crucial. To purchase a vehicle in New Jersey, paperwork you should receive from the dealership will include a bill of sale, the title for the vehicle and an odometer reading statement. These documents will be needed for you to register your car at the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission’s office. Once the car is registered and the fees are paid, you will get new license plates.
The most important document you should look for when purchasing your vehicle is the title. There will be sections that will need to be filled out by both you and the dealership. It will contain information like the price and date of sale, the odometer reading and all of your information.
Learning about the process of purchasing a car is helpful and can save you a lot of time. Dealerships, like New Jersey State Auto Auction, can answer any questions you might have when you are purchasing a pre-owned vehicle. If you are interested in learning more about the services at the New Jersey State Auto Auction, visit our offices or check us out online! We would love to help you find your next pre-owned vehicle.
New Jersey State Auto Auction
406 Sip Avenue
Jersey City, New Jersey 07306