At a glance:
- A car bill of sale is an agreement that proves you’ve sold (or bought) a specific vehicle to a named person on a particular date
- You don’t need to worry about this type of receipt if you’re buying a used car through a dealership or online
- Determine exactly which documents you need when selling a car privately
- At Motors, we’re here to connect you with the right dealer, helping you to find your perfect preloved car without hassle
- What is a buyer’s/seller’s contract?
- What should be included in a car sales receipt?
- How do I write a contract to sell a car privately?
- Do you need other documents when selling a car privately?
- Do I need a car sales receipt if I’m buying from a car dealership?
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Ever asked yourself what makes a car deal final?
Well, no matter whether you’re selling your used car privately or you’re a buyer having just purchased a car, you’ll need a car sale receipt. It’s a legal requirement and creating one is simple – just follow our steps and create your own. If you’re buying from a dealership, however, a slightly different process applies – read on to learn more.
First things first though… what actually is it?