Before buying a used car, check the car’s Blue Book or its copy (if the car is financed) in addition to checking the car. The engine number should be the same as what is listed on the blue book. This ensures the vehicle belongs to the seller and prevents unexpected problems such as purchasing a stolen car. If a seller cannot show you the blue book, it’s better to take your money elsewhere.Although the required documents from the buyer are the same as registering a new car, the procedure of buying a used car can be separated by five common cases.
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