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What do I bring with me to enroll my vehicle in a network consignment program?

Here is a general checklist of the most common things you will need to bring with you when you take your vehicle to a network "Consignment Pro" dealership.  You should always ask your Consignment Pro for their list before your appointment:

  • Driver license or valid ID
  • Clean Title or payoff statement from your lender/lienholder, if loan balance outstanding
  • Copy of vehicle registration
  • Proof of insurance (you generally must maintain full insurance coverage while consigned)
  • Extra keys
  • Maintenance records, extended warranty policy, if available
  • Minimum of ½ tank of Gas
  • Vehicle should be clean inside & out to a “display-ready” level
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