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Thread: Documents required while buying or selling a car

                  
   
   
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    Documents required while buying or selling a car

    Hello everyone over here I require you help as I am planning to buy a car and sell my old one so I just want to know what all documents are required while doing this.

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    Documents to demand or supply

    • The inspection certificate issued by the vehicle inspection center (technical control ).
    • The registration application form (IDF) obtained roadworthiness. (Suspicion, however, since the validity of this document is limited to two months. Therefore categorically refuse the sale if the car did not pass the vehicle inspection in the two months preceding the date of purchase).
    • The sales invoice.
    • The certificate of conformity of the vehicle.
    • The registration certificate.
    • The certificate on the installation LPG (if applicable)
    • The maintenance log.
    • The Car-Pass.
    • The report used.
    • The car keys.

    Besides the exterior of the vehicle (body, state of the color, the presence of a spare tire, triangle, fire extinguisher, a jack, a wrench to unbolt the wheels, check tires identical by train) you will also be attentive to his inner state (lift the mats, check for wear at the suspect pedal or wear of the carpet, test the electrical equipment by operating the ventilation , turn signals, headlights, horn and even the radio) and will not fail to take orders to proceed ultimately to test drive a decisive and indispensable!

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    The technical inspection is not required as long as you sell a professional or for export. In this case it is necessary that you provide the buyer the vehicle's registration certificate and that you mention on the invoice "technical control at the expense of the buyer." It is also advisable to include in the description list of options as they are listed on the original invoice, although the latter is optional.

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    Here are some tips that may help you when buying or selling a used vehicle.

    • Documents was provided when selling a car:
    • The gray card,
    • The certificate of transfer,
    • Minutes of the technical inspection
    • The owner's manual (optional document)
    • The manufacturer's instructions (optional document).

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    Can anyone let me know what is a log book and if possible I would also like to know what is the certificate of transfer?

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    The certificate of transfer

    The certificate of sale is legally recognized as the contract between two individuals. This means respecting the following points when filling the certificate of sale:
    The certificate of sale is completed by the buyer in the presence of the seller of the vehicle, It is made in two copies, one double and one seller to the buyer of the car, The certificate of sale of the vehicle must be written without erasure or risk being denied by the administrative services,

    The certificate of sale shall contain:
    - The kind of vehicle
    - The date of sale
    - The number in the type series
    - The date of first registration (month + year)
    - The number of miles on it (for a first-hand, it's required)
    - The vintage

    In fifteen days after the sale, the seller of the used vehicle must lead to the prefecture (it depends), the duplicate certificate of sale of the car completed as described above.

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    The logbook of the car

    • The day of the sale of used vehicle, the buyer must ensure that the seller has:
    • Blocked the gray card
    • Mentioned on the registration card'' sold'' the.
    • Signed the logbook.
    • A valid vehicle registration must also have the top right corner cut.
    • As a precaution, the seller can record the time at which the sale was made.
    • Indeed, if the new buyer would commit a speeding ticket a few hours after the sale and he was flashed by a speed camera, the dated proof would be in the vendor exhibit to contest the ticket.

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    As you’re selling and buy a car I would like to give you some idea how to set the price of a car. The price of a car is generally defined by its rating and will vary depending on these four criteria:
    • Supply and demand
    • Mileage
    • The engine (petrol or diesel)
    • Maintenance of the car (body defects, new parts.)

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    Things the seller must give you:

    The maintenance book of the car

    This document is not mandatory but highly recommended at the sale! Any careful owner will present the book to the car. Properly completed, the document will give you a clear idea of ​​how you maintain the car. Other important documents, ask also maintenance bills of the car. The nature of the operations you about future interventions in your care (shocks, discs, distribution).

    The manufacturer's instructions for the car

    Not mandatory, this document will enable you to understand the operation of various equipment. Operation of some options is sometimes difficult to grasp right away (air conditioning, heated seats, adjustable alarm or immobilizer) without it.

    The logbook of the car

    This document is mandatory. The gray card should be crossed and marked "sold on ...." With the signature of the person named on it (the seller), the top right corner should be cut. The addition of the hour is not superglue indeed the owner can be "flashed" before the appointment, and who will receive the PV? The new owner of the car!

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