Buy Or Sell Used Cars ((EXCLUSIVE))
Spinny is the most trusted way of buying and selling used cars. Choose from over 5000 fully inspected second-hand car models. Select online and book a test drive at your home or at a Spinny Car Hub near you. Get a no-questions-asked 5-day money back guarantee and a free one-year comprehensive service warranty with Assured Resale Value on every Spinny Assured car.
buy or sell used cars
Absolutely, buyers can choose to avail financing through Spinny wherein we would get the loan processed through our finance partners. Our established partnerships help us process loans faster and get our customers better interest rates. Depending on your credit worthiness, you can avail used car loans through Spinny at interest rates as low as 12.99% compared to the market rates of 14-16%.
Our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff is here to help you find the car you deserve, priced to fit your budget. Shop our virtual showroom of used cars, trucks and suv's online then stop by for a test drive.
If you hold the title to your vehicle and sell or transfer it to another person, you must sign the title over to the buyer and include all of the following on the back of your title:
When you sell the vehicle, you must notify the SCDMV. You must complete the Notice of Vehicle Sold (SCDMV Form 416) and drop it off at any branch office or mail it to the address below:
At CARFAX, we collect events from the lives of millions of used cars from 20 European countries, as well as the USA and Canada. We can then create a vehicle history for every car in our database and make it available to you.The information helps you to check sales data, avoid expensive follow-up costs and negotiate a fair purchase price.
A GDN is the basic dealer license that allows a person to buy, sell or exchange the type of used vehicle for which the GDN is issued. GDN licenses are divided into several categories. When applying for license, you must select one of the independent license types on the application. If you wish to have multiple types, you may submit multiple applications.
Independent Motor Vehicle - May buy, sell, or exchange any type of used cars, trucks, motor homes, and neighborhood vehicles. May buy, sell, repair, or rebuild salvage motor vehicles and nonrepairable motor vehicles. May use dealer's temporary tags, buyer's temporary tags, and metal dealer license plates on motor vehicles only. Must provide a bond.
Independent Motorcycle - May buy, sell, or exchange any type of used motorcycles, motor scooters or ATVs. May buy, sell, repair, or rebuild salvage motor vehicles and nonrepairable motor vehicles. May use dealer's temporary tags, buyer's temporary tags, and metal dealer license plates on motorcycles, motor scooters or ATVs only. Must provide a bond.
Travel Trailer - May buy, sell, or exchange used travel trailers. May buy, sell, repair, or rebuild salvage motor vehicles and nonrepairable motor vehicles. May use dealer's temporary tags, buyer's temporary tags, and metal dealer license plates on travel trailers only. Exempt from the security requirement.
Trailer/Semitrailer - May buy, sell, or exchange new or used utility trailers and/or semitrailers. May buy, sell, repair, or rebuild salvage motor vehicles and nonrepairable motor vehicles. May use dealer's temporary tags, buyer's temporary tags, and metal dealer license plates on trailers/semitrailers only. Exempt from the security requirement.
Wholesale Dealers - May sell or exchange vehicles only with other licensed dealers. Are NOT required to have a five-vehicle display area. May NOT sell vehicles to retail purchasers. Wholesale vehicle dealers may buy, sell, or exchange used vehicles, including motor vehicles, motorcycles, and travel trailers. May buy, sell, or exchange new or used trailers and/or semitrailers. May use temporary tags and metal dealer license plates. Must provide a bond.
Independent Mobility Motor Vehicle Dealer License - Allows a dealer to offer to sell new mobility motor vehicles. A "mobility motor vehicle" is a motor vehicle designed and equipped to transport a person with a disability.
Buying a new or used vehicle is a major purchase, and it can be a complicated process, but by following some guidelines and doing the right research before the sale, consumers can minimize or eliminate common buying errors.
Regardless of where they are making a purchase, consumers need to know how to protect themselves from a fraudulent deal. An unscrupulous seller may try to get rid of a stolen vehicle, tamper with an odometer by rolling back the mileage, alter a title, or sell a car with extensive water or collision damage that has not been properly repaired.
A seller should keep detailed written records of any transaction, including contact information for the buyer, the date of sale and information on the vehicle, including the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
If buying from an individual, have the seller accompany you to the county tax office to avoid unwanted surprises. Before submitting the title application, a tax office representative can tell you if the title being signed over to you is correct and if it has any salvage or legal issues. You can also use Title Check to see if the title of the vehicle you are thinking about buying has any issues impacting its value.
Keep a written record that includes the name and address of the seller, date of sale and vehicle information, including the VIN. Failure to title a vehicle within 30 days from the date of sale may result in delinquent transfer penalties.
The Vehicle Inspection Report (VIR), which is proof of inspection, must be provided if a record of current inspection is not in the state database. Ask the seller for a copy of the latest VIR if it is available.
If the transaction takes place on a Saturday or Sunday and the seller chooses to remove their license plates and registration sticker from the vehicle, you will need to download Vehicle Transit Permit. This will allow you to legally drive the vehicle to the county tax office, or if the county tax office is closed, to a place of your choice. This permit is valid for five calendar days and only one permit may be issued per vehicle sale.
Of course, you can. We trust our service and know that we only sell inspected vehicles in excellent technical condition. Together with our customers we are fighting for better vehicles on Czech roads.
Carvago is the safest way of buying a used car. Before each purchase we first of all carefully examine the chosen car and you then decide on the basis of its current condition and our recommendation.
Wholesale value is based on the Canadian Red Book which has the wholesale and retail values of used vehicles. It is an industry standard used by car dealers, insurance companies and other provincial governments.
Our used car dealerships keep a vast stock of used cars, trucks, and SUVs in inventory. With competitive prices offered on every pre-owned model for sale on our lot, you won't find a reason to visit any other dealership.
If you are purchasing a vehicle through a dealership, a secure bill of sale will be used. If you are purchasing a vehicle from or selling a vehicle to another private party, the buyer needs a Bill of Sale.
A private seller is any person who is not a dealer who sells or offers to sell a used motor vehicle to a consumer. Under Massachusetts law, anyone who sells more than three cars in a one-year period is considered a dealer and must obtain a used car dealer license from their municipality.
The Massachusetts Lemon Laws require private parties selling used cars to inform buyers about all known defects which impair the safety or substantially impair the use of the vehicle. The law applies to all private party sales regardless of the price or mileage. Private party sellers are not required to repair the vehicle after it has been sold.
The seller must refund the amount you paid for the vehicle, less 15 cents per mile of use. If a private party seller refuses to cancel the contract within 30 days of the sale, you should consult with an attorney to determine whether to pursue the matter in court. Find for tips and resources to find lawyers.
If a private party seller refuses to cancel the contract within 30 days of the sale, consult with an attorney to determine your best course of action. Lemon Law arbitration is not available for private party sales.
Contact the Registry of Motor Vehicles Title Division. Explain that you are returning the vehicle to the seller under the Lemon Law and that you are requesting that a certificate of title be issued to you as soon as possible. When you receive the title, you should assign and transfer it back to the seller. If the seller refuses to accept the title, then send it by certified mail and retain a copy for your records. 041b061a72