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PutInYourVIN.com is the most convenient way to sell a car for cash in Pennsylvania. We buy cars throughout Pennsylvania and make it simple to sell any car, no matter where it is in the state or what condition it is in.

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PutInYourVIN.com is ready to make you an offer if you live in or near one of the Pennsylvania cities listed below. We will even come tow your car away for free!

Still have questions?  Call or text (855) 550-0515 and we will answer them ASAP!

Pennsylvania FAQs

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.

Vehicle titles may differ in appearance based on their issue date, the state of issuance, or if they have been updated with new security features. If your Pennsylvania title doesn’t look like the ones pictured online, it’s likely an older or differently formatted version. However, as long as the title is authentic and contains the necessary information, such as the vehicle identification number (VIN), owner’s name, and lienholder details (if applicable), it should still be valid.

If you’re unsure about the authenticity or validity of your title, you can contact your local PennDOT office for assistance. They can provide guidance on verifying your title or help you obtain a duplicate title if needed. Keep in mind that regulations and title designs may change over time, so always refer to the most recent information available from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

If you need a duplicate Pennsylvania title, follow our instructions here.

In Pennsylvania, you are not required to turn in your license plate when you sell your car. When you sell your vehicle, you need to remove the license plate and either transfer it to another vehicle you own or keep it for future use. The buyer is responsible for obtaining a new license plate and registration for the purchased vehicle.

However, if you decide not to transfer the license plate to another vehicle and have no plans to use it in the future, you can surrender the plate to PennDOT. To do so, you can mail the plate to the following address:

Bureau of Motor Vehicles Return Tag Unit P.O. Box 68597 Harrisburg, PA 17106-8597

It’s a good idea to keep a record of the plate surrender, such as a photocopy or photograph of the license plate, as proof that you’ve properly disposed of it.

Remember to notify PennDOT about the sale or transfer of your vehicle by completing the required form, which can be found on the PennDOT website or at your local PennDOT office. This will help ensure that you’re no longer held responsible for the vehicle after it has been sold.

After selling your car, it’s essential to take the following steps regarding your auto insurance:

  1. Inform your insurance company: Notify your insurance agent or company about the sale of your vehicle as soon as possible. They will guide you through the process of removing the sold vehicle from your policy. This helps ensure you won’t be held responsible for any incidents involving the vehicle after the sale.

  2. Cancel or adjust your policy: Depending on your situation, you might need to cancel your insurance policy or adjust it to cover a different vehicle. If you’ve already purchased a new car, provide the necessary details to your insurance company to transfer coverage from the sold vehicle to the new one. If you haven’t bought a new car yet, you can ask your insurance company about a temporary suspension or cancellation of your policy until you acquire a new vehicle.

  3. Obtain proof of insurance cancellation or adjustment: After making changes to your policy, request written confirmation from your insurance company. This documentation serves as proof that you’re no longer responsible for insuring the sold vehicle.

  4. Inquire about potential refunds: If you’ve prepaid your insurance premium, you might be eligible for a partial refund, depending on your policy’s terms and conditions. Ask your insurance company about any possible refunds or credits.

Remember that maintaining continuous auto insurance coverage is crucial, as gaps in coverage can lead to higher premiums or difficulties in obtaining insurance in the future. If you plan to purchase another vehicle soon, make sure to secure insurance for the new car before canceling the policy for the sold vehicle.

After selling your car in Pennsylvania, there are a few important steps you should take to ensure a smooth transition and protect yourself from any potential liabilities:

  1. Complete the vehicle title transfer: As the seller, you need to sign the title and provide the buyer with an accurate odometer reading at the time of sale. Make sure the buyer’s information is correctly filled out, and both parties sign the title. Keep a photocopy of the completed title for your records.

  2. Remove your license plates: In Pennsylvania, license plates stay with the owner, not the vehicle. After selling your car, remove the license plates and either transfer them to another vehicle you own or keep them for future use.

  3. Notify PennDOT: Within 10 days of the sale, you must inform the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) about the transfer of ownership. Complete Form MV-13ST, the “Vehicle Sales and Use Tax Return/Application for Registration,” available on the PennDOT website or at your local PennDOT office. Submitting this form will help ensure you’re no longer held responsible for the vehicle.

  4. Provide a bill of sale: While not legally required in Pennsylvania, it’s a good idea to create a bill of sale for both you and the buyer. The document should include the vehicle’s make, model, VIN, purchase price, and sale date, as well as the names, addresses, and signatures of both parties. Keep a copy for your records.

  5. Cancel or adjust your auto insurance: Inform your insurance company about the sale and cancel or adjust your policy accordingly. Make sure to obtain written confirmation of the policy changes.

  6. Keep records: Retain copies of all documents related to the sale, including the title transfer, bill of sale, and any insurance policy adjustments. These records can protect you in case of disputes or potential liabilities in the future.

By following these steps after selling your car in Pennsylvania, you can ensure a smooth transition and protect yourself from any potential issues that may arise after the sale.

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