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We Buy Cars in Nevada
PutInYourVIN.com is the most convenient way to sell a car for cash in Nevada. We buy cars throughout Nevada and make it simple to sell any car, no matter where it is in the state or what condition it is in.
Free Pickup Included in Nevada
PutInYourVIN.com is ready to make you an offer if you live in or near one of the Nevada cities listed below. We will even come tow your car away for free!
Yes, at times! You must provide proof of ownership. This is usually a registration or insurance card that corresponds to your photo ID. Offers without a title are typically lower than offers with a valid title. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to buy every car in every city without a title.
Titles can vary in appearance based on the year of issuance, the state in which they were issued, and updates or changes in design that may have occurred over time. This can sometimes result in your title not matching exactly with those pictured online.
However, regardless of the visual discrepancies, there are essential components that you should find on any legitimate title. Here are the key elements to look for on your Nevada vehicle title:
- Title Number: A unique identification number for the title document.
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN): This is a unique code that every car has, much like a fingerprint for the vehicle.
- License Plate Number: The current license plate number associated with the vehicle.
- Vehicle Description: This includes details about the car’s make, model, year, body type, and color.
- Owner Information: The name and address of the legal owner.
- Lienholder Information: If there’s a loan on the car, the lender’s name and address will appear here.
- Odometer Reading: The mileage of the car at the time the title was issued.
- Title Issue Date: The date when the title was issued.
If you’re unsure whether your title is valid or if you’re unable to locate some of these details, you may want to consider reaching out to the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) for clarification. If your title is lost or damaged, you’ll need to apply for a duplicate through the DMV.
Nevada does not require you to turn in your license plates when you sell your vehicle.
Once you’ve sold your car, it’s important to handle the auto insurance properly. Here are the steps you should follow:
Notify Your Insurance Company: Contact your insurance agent or company to let them know you’ve sold the car. This is important because you don’t want to continue paying for insurance on a vehicle you no longer own.
Cancel or Transfer Your Policy: If the sold car was your only vehicle, you might need to cancel your policy. If you’re replacing the sold vehicle with a new one, you may be able to transfer the policy to the new car. If you cancel the policy before its expiry date, ask about a prorated refund.
Check for Potential Discounts: If you’re buying a new car and transferring your policy to it, ask your insurance company about potential discounts. Some companies offer discounts for newer vehicles with advanced safety features.
Proof of Insurance Sale: Keep a copy of the Bill of Sale or other proof of sale for your records. This can be helpful if there are any questions about when you sold the vehicle.
Future Insurance: If you plan on purchasing a new vehicle in the future, you should consider how this will impact your insurance rates. Different types of cars can have varying insurance costs.
Remember, it’s essential to avoid gaps in your auto insurance coverage, as this can lead to higher premiums in the future. Even if you don’t currently own a vehicle but plan on buying one soon, you may want to consider maintaining a non-owner auto insurance policy. As always, discuss your options with your insurance provider or a trusted insurance professional to ensure you’re making the best decisions for your situation.
Once you’ve sold your car in Nevada, there are a few key steps you need to take to ensure everything is finalized:
Complete the Title Transfer: Sign and date the title, making sure all details are filled out correctly. Give this to the buyer so they can register the vehicle. If your vehicle was last titled in Nevada, you can complete a Notice of Sale in the upper right corner of the title and then detach and keep the part that reads “Seller’s Copy”.
Bill of Sale: While not always mandatory, it’s a good idea to prepare a Bill of Sale for your records and the buyer’s. The bill should include information like the date of sale, description of the vehicle (including the VIN), sale price, and names and addresses of both the buyer and seller.
Notice of Transfer and Release of Liability: After selling your vehicle, you should report the sale to the Nevada DMV by submitting a Sold Notice. This release of liability form helps protect you from any civil or criminal actions related to the vehicle after the sale. You can do this online or by mail. This should be done within 5 days of the sale.
Cancel or Transfer Your Insurance: Contact your insurance company to let them know you’ve sold your car so they can cancel or transfer your policy accordingly.
Remove License Plates: In Nevada, license plates stay with the seller, not the vehicle. Make sure you remove them before the buyer takes possession of the car. You can use these on another vehicle or surrender them to the DMV if not needed.
Record Keeping: Keep copies of all documentation related to the sale for your records. This can include the Bill of Sale, release of liability form, and any other related paperwork.
Always double-check with your local DMV or official DMV website for the most current and accurate information as regulations may change over time.
Nevada Vehicle Guides
Looking to get a Nevada (NV) car title replacement or duplicate? Read about the Nevada replacement title process here.