You may have a car we want!
You can trade in your vehicle for credit toward a down payment on your new vehicle. We also buy vehicles outright, as well.
To ensure the trade in process goes smoothly, there are certain things you should bring with you. Doing so can help you save time and hassle, ensuring that you get to drive away in your new vehicle as soon as possible.
There are several things you should bring to a dealership when you decide to trade in your car. These things are:
1. The title or car loan information
2. Current and valid registration
3. Service records and owner's manuals
4. A government issued photo ID
5. Keys and keyless entry remotes (2 sets preferred)
Bringing these items with you will greatly expedite the overall process of trading in your old vehicle and purchasing your new one. Additionally, having all of the keys and keyless entry remotes may slightly increase the value of your trade in.
If you or someone you know is currently shopping for a great used car at a reasonable price, look no further than the Jackie Cooper.
Contact us at 888.903.4977, visit us on South Memorial or browse our online inventory today.
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