For dealer purchases, the agreement you sign is more complex, especially when the buyer is financing a new vehicle. A lot of documents are requested from the dealer, sometimes you would feel overwhelmed and maybe discouraged, especially when buying a car for the first time. But at second glance, the documents are really simple and easy to understand. The forms to be completed are standard, usually identical for all states, as it is necessary for merchants to use the same general contract form. From there, the only difference now is the information you indicate on the form. Always be aware of what it contains. The contract usually consists of three parts: 2.3 The seller guarantees that he is the true owner of the vehicle and that the vehicle has not been stolen in his soul and conscience from the seller and that there are no other circumstances of which the seller is aware and that could reasonably affect the seller`s good ownership of the vehicle. . . .