The most common options for buying a car is buying a used car from a thrift store or from a private person. So, you have the required amount of money, and you have chosen the day for the transaction. To avoid problems in the future, pay special attention to the paperwork when purchasing.
Draw up a sales contract and a commission agreement if you buy a car from a thrift store. To do this, the seller will ask you for a passport and fill out the contract forms himself. Cars put up for sale through thrift stores are usually deregistered with the traffic police. In the passport of the technical facility there is a corresponding note that the car has been taken off the register for sale. Check for this entry when you checkout.
Read the documents very carefully before signing them, check all the completed details with the data of your passport, seller's passport and technical device passport. If you notice mistakes, ask the seller to rewrite the documents. Otherwise, you will have problems registering the vehicle.
Ask the seller for a stamped copy of the store's license. It is necessary to register the car with the traffic police.
After signing the completed contracts, the seller will issue you an invoice, accept the money and issue documents confirming the payment.
Execute a sales contract with the owner of the car you have chosen according to the ad. The document can be drawn up in a simple written form, since it does not need to be notarized. You will need clean contract forms, your passport, the owner's passport, and the vehicle's passport. Carefully check all the details of the contract during its execution. If you or the car owner, for any reason, do not want to draw up the document yourself, contact an organization that provides legal services.
Go along with the owner of the car being sold to the MREO of the State Traffic Safety Inspectorate to deregister the vehicle before signing the contract. At the same time, the traffic police inspector will find out if the car is stolen, for authenticity. After that, sign the completed sales contract. Give the money to the seller of the car, ask the former owner for a receipt for the money. It must indicate your and his address, passport data, make and model of the car, its VIN, the amount of money transferred as payment for the car.
Find out from the traffic police inspector the possibility of registering the car for yourself on the same day. If possible, register the car without leaving the checkout.