Be sure to read the sales contract or offer carefully. If something doesn`t add up or makes no sense, ask the dealer to explain it to you. If you have any doubts, don`t sign anything. Ask for a copy of the takeaway offer and seek independent advice. Presentation of vehicle sales contracts with a private seller [DOCX, 18 KB] With MotorWeb sales contracts, paperwork takes time and increases the accuracy of documentation. The merchant must tell you if the cost of the road is not included in the sale price. It shouldn`t surprise you after the purchase. Have you offered mechanical breakdown insurance with your used car? Our advice: forget it. Dealers love insurance: it`s an extra gain when selling a car and an attempt to offload their CGA responsibilities (although they can`t pull a contract out of the law). But as with any extended warranty, you`re paying to get coverage you probably already have. MotorWeb`s sales contracts are easy to change. All versions are stored securely online for simple consultation and accounting purposes. There are a few reasons why shady traders pose as private sellers: no CIN, no security statement, no written sales contract, and the ability to sell without a new ”see where is” warrant.
Watch these bad guys, avoid them and report anything suspicious to the Commerce Commission. When selling a car, a dealer must also present a written sales contract and a copy of the CIN you signed. Do not sign an agreement until you understand all the clauses. A used car sold by a dealer must have a fitness voucher of less than one month. However, a private seller can sell a vehicle without a warrant, as long as the car is clearly identified at the sale ”as it is, where it is” (this is not an option for a dealer). While a do-it-yourself contract no longer offers you legal protection, you have some documented evidence of the sale. This will prove useful if there is a problem after the purchase that you cannot resolve with a seller and you need to take the matter to the Disputes Court. Before you accept the purchase of a car, make sure you understand the vehicle purchase agreement and the car dealership`s advanced warranty offer – or create your own contract with a private seller. Check the contract for the cost of the route.
Ask the dealer if the total price includes or excludes road costs. If this is the case, ask the dealer for a breakdown of the road costs included in your selling price. So don`t lose your newly purchased vehicle about a Repo-Man! Did you know that 250,000 debts are recorded each year on vehicles and that 255,000 debts are hidden simultaneously on previous license plates? Our annual car reliability survey shows which cars are the most reliable and satisfying. . . .