What Do You Need to Bring When Buying a Car? for Sale in Danvers, MA
Buying from a dealership can be an exciting experience! You arrive on the lot, tour the shiny showroom, test drive your favorite models, like the 2018 Honda Civic, and then hopefully drive home in your dream car a short time later. Of course, you’ll first need to be aware of what to bring when buying a car.
Documents Needed to Buy a Car
- Driver’s License: Your dealership will likely ask to make a copy of your driver’s license.
- Proof of Insurance: You’ll need proof of insurance, especially if you’re applying for a car loan at the dealership. Your existing proof-of-insurance card will work just fine.
- Certificate of Title: If you’re trading in your own vehicle as a part of the transaction, remember to bring along the Certificate of Title to hurry things along.
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