Tips for selling your car or truck
Tip #1: Spruce It Up
Tip #2: Fix It Up
Tip #3: Get Attention
Tip #4: Get The Word Out
Tip #5: Gather Documentation
Tip #6: Make a Clean Break
There are two very important distinctions between curbstoners and you, acting as a private party seller.
First, your car is legally registered in your name. Most curbstoners don't bother to register the cars they sell. Instead, they quickly flip their vehicle purchases so the title transfers from the previous owner to the new owner, skipping the curbstoner.
Second, you probably have only one or two cars to sell. A typical curbstoner, being an unlicensed dealer, sells several cars a month, every month, all year long.
Curbstoners pretend to be private parties, but they're not. They're unlicensed businesses, making a profit with no accountability, regulation, or recourse for their customers.
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