if i purchase a vehicle from out of state,am i responsible for getting it at my door step?
You can have it shipped & delivered to your house. Look up automobile movers or haulers on goggle...then just make some calls for estimates & such. Hope this helps =)
Also call or go online to your states DMV. Check your state smog & registration laws. Most states give you a time limit to change the registration.
Yes, shipping or picking up a car is your responsibility. Sometimes the dealer will make the shipping arrangements for you but you, the buyer, will have to pay for shipping. Unless, of course, you make other arrangements at the time of sale. I've actually done this twice. In 2010 I bought a car from someone in Los Angeles. I live in New Jersey. I made all the shipping arrangements & paid the shipping bill. Yhen, back in May (2012) I bought a car in North Carolina. That one I drove home on a North Carolina "transport" tag. I had to add the car to my insurance policy first, of course. Try uship.com. I've used that site in the past with very good results. Good luck to you. -Jim
Unless part of the agreement is that the seller will pay for it, then yeah. Florida to NV would likely cost at least $1,000 so factor that into the offer.
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