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Most car dealers who sell used vehicles must comply with the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC's) Used Car Rule. In fact, car dealers who sell, or offer for sale, more than five used vehicles in a 12-month period must comply with the Rule. Banks and financial institutions are exempt from the Rule, as are businesses that sell vehicles to their employees, and lessors who sell a leased vehicle to a lessee, an employee of the lessee, or a buyer found by the lessee.




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You must post a Buyers Guide before you display a vehicle for sale or let a customer inspect it for the purpose of buying it, even if the car is not fully prepared for delivery. You also must display a Buyers Guide on used vehicles for sale on your lot through consignment, power of attorney, or other agreement. At public auctions, dealers and the auction company must comply. The Rule does not apply at auctions that are closed to consumers.


The Buyers Guide must be displayed prominently and conspicuously on or in a vehicle when a car is available for sale. This means it must be in plain view and both sides must be visible. You can hang the Guide from the rear-view mirror inside the car or on a side-view mirror outside the car. You also can place it under a windshield wiper. The Guide also can be attached to a side window. A Guide in a glove compartment, trunk or under the seat is not conspicuous because it is not in plain sight.


You may include a signature line on the Guide and you may ask the buyer to sign to acknowledge that he or she has received the Guide. If you opt for a signature line, you must include a disclosure near it that says: "I hereby acknowledge receipt of the Buyers Guide at the closing of this sale." This language can be preprinted on the form. The signature line and the required disclosure must appear in the space provided for the name of the individual to be contacted in the event of complaints after the sale.


State Law. In some states, use of the "As Is-No Dealer Warranty" Buyers Guide may be legally sufficient to eliminate implied warranties. In other states "as is" sales are allowed only if specific action is taken or certain language is used. For example, some states may require you to eliminate implied warranties by using special language and/or a document other than the Guide.


You must give the buyer the original or a copy of the vehicle's Buyers Guide at the sale. The Guide must reflect all final changes. If you include a signature line on your Buyers Guides, make sure the buyer signs the Guide that reflects all final changes.


You can download the Buyers Guide from the FTC's Business Center, or you can get Buyers Guides from business-form companies or trade associations. You also can generate them yourself on a computer. However, you must use the wording, type style, type sizes, and format specified in the Rule. You are not allowed to place any other wording or symbols (including logos) on the Buyers Guide. The Guides must be printed in 100% black ink on white paper cut to at least 11" x 7 1/4." These requirements cannot be modified in any way. You may use colored ink to fill in the blanks.


Shop hundreds of used cars for sale in Evansville, Indiana at Dpatrick. We are located in the heart of the Evansville shopping district near Eastland Mall, Burkhardt Road and the Division Street Auto Plaza in zip code 47715 and 47711. We are very close to the Westside of Evansville (zip codes 47720 and 47712), including a short drive down the Lloyd Expressway from the University of Southern Indiana. Take Highway 41 or 57 to Green River Road from the North side, zip codes 47725 and 47710, near McCutchanville, Darmstadt, Daylight and the Evansville Regional Airport areas. If you are living or working in Downtown Evansville, 47708 or 47713 zip code, our used car sales team is happy to bring the test drive to you with our D-Patrick Delivers program.


Shop nearly 1000 used cars for sale near Indianapolis, in Lebanon at D-Patrick Lebanon Ford's used car lot. We are now located in Northwest Indianapolis near Zionsville, Brownsburg, Whitestown, Crawfordsville Frankfort and Lafayette. Take Interstate 65 to Indianapolis Avenue in Lebanon is you are coming form either Lafayette or Indy. If you are living or working anywhere in the Indianapolis Metro, our used car sales team is happy to bring the test drive to you with our D-Patrick Delivers program and our new technology that allows you to Buy A Car Online or Buy In-store.


Used vehicles were previously part of the Enterprise rental fleet &/or an affiliated company's lease fleet or purchased by Enterprise from sources including auto auctions, customer trade-ins or from other sources, with a possible previous use including rental, lease, transportation network company or other use. Photo for illustration only.


We're always looking to add to our inventory of top-notch, well-maintained used vehicles for sale in Milwaukee. Learn more about how Andrew Toyota wants to buy your car, and the process we take, even if you don't buy another car, truck or SUV from us!


"Trade-in property of like kind" means articles of tangible property traded in on property of the same generic classification. This means motor vehicles traded for motor vehicles and licensed recreational land vehicles for licensed recreational land vehicles. Property, such as a motor home, may be allowed as a trade-in in either classification. More than one trade-in is allowed, if the property fits the same generic classification as the item sold.


For purposes of the retail sales tax measure, the selling price excludes "trade-in property of like kind." This means that dealers will collect retail sales tax from retail customers on the price after the value of the trade-in is deducted.


The seller must accept ownership of the trade-in property and reduce the price of the purchased property at the time of sale by the value of the trade-in property. The trade-in must be used as consideration for the purchase of the property.


The trade-in value is negotiated between a seller and a buyer. The value and type of trade-in must be clearly identified on the sales agreement or invoice. The value cannot be reduced by over allowances, payoffs, or other encumbrances. Payment to lien holders does not decrease the trade-in value. Cash back to the customer for all or a part of the trade-in value does not constitute a trade-in for tax reduction.


A consignee may exclude from the sales tax, the value of a vehicle traded-in by a purchaser of a consigned vehicle, provided the traded-in vehicle was delivered as consideration for the purchase of the consigned vehicle.


The customer agrees to lease a vehicle for 36 months at $500 a month. There is a $3,000 cap reduction payment due at signing and the customer makes a $3,000 cash payment. The $15,000 trade-in allowance is applied toward the first 30 monthly lease payments.


The customer agrees to lease a vehicle for 36 months at $500 a month. There is a $5,000 cap reduction payment due at signing. The customer makes a $3,000 (cash) cap reduction payment and applies $2,000 of the trade-in toward the remaining cap reduction. The residual $13,000 trade-in allowance is applied toward the first 26 monthly lease payments.


The customer owes sales tax on the $3,000 cash payment. The $2,000 paid with the trade-in and the first 26 lease payments were exempted by the trade-in allowance. Sales tax will apply to lease payments 27 through 36.


There is a $3,000 cap reduction payment due at signing and the customer makes a $3,000 cash payment. The customer agrees to lease a vehicle for 36 months at $500 a month ($18,000). Since the total cost of the lease ($21,000) is less than the value of the trade-in ($35,000), the trade-in allowance is $21,000.


The selling price before deducting the trade-in value must be reported in the gross amount columns of the excise tax return under the Retailing and Retail Sales tax classifications. The "trade-in" deduction is allowed only under the Retail Sales tax classification. No B&O tax deduction is allowed for the amount attributed to the over allowance.


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Thousands and thousands of vehicles are sold in Missouri every year. As a seller, there are certain things you should know before you enter into the sale of a vehicle. When a transaction occurs between two private parties, there are certain legal responsibilities and a reporting requirement that became effective in 2006.


Remember: All sellers and purchasers must print their names and sign the back of the title in the assignment area. These signatures do not need to be notarized. The seller must write in the odometer reading and date of sale. You may not use correction fluid (white-out) or erase marks from the title.


Effective January 1, 2006, the seller of a motor vehicle, trailer, or all-terrain vehicle must report the sale within 30 days to the Department. Sellers, other than Missouri licensed dealers, must submit a completed Notice of Sale (Form 5049) or Bill of Sale (Form 1957) form to report the sale. Click here for more information about reporting the sale of your vehicle.


Whether you are buying your vehicle at a dealership, in a private sale, or from a family member, or if you are leasing, you will need the following to register your vehicle and drive it on public roads in Michigan:


You can also transfer a license plate to the above relatives during a vehicle sale. If the vehicle owner is deceased and their surviving relatives want to transfer ownership of the vehicle, the requirements for transferring the registration and title will vary. Schedule an office visit


A $15 title transfer fee is due at the time of transferring vehicle ownership. Unless already collected by a dealership, 6% sales tax will be due at the time of transferring the title. An additional $15 late fee is assessed if you transfer the vehicle title more than 15 days after its sale. Title transfer and vehicle registration 041b061a72


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