Car title question


#1

I selling one of my cars(it doesn’t run and I’m not selling it for much). The guy who is buying it is coming from Philly area. His Grandmother is a notary back where he lives. He asked if I will just sign it and he will take it back to his grandma to do the rest. I guess to save a couple bucks. I’m leaning toward not letting him do that. Do I have anything to worry about if i let him do that. Example if he never does anything with title and wrecks it or something.
Thanks,
Joe


#2

be on the safe side, and have it taken care of personally. No need to risk anything going awry.


#3

as long as your selling it, I don’t see the problem. The problem will be on his side when he goes to register it in his name, if you don’t give him the plates and do a bill of sale its fine!


#4

your boths uppose to sign it infront of a notary. if he has a notary and you sign it. its out of yoru hands and if his notary wont sign it then well its his problem. (ive learned this from experience)


#5

have it done here


#6

Thanks for the advice. We are going to a notary here.


#7

best idea for u!


#8

@2TurboZ