How to Transfer Ownership When You Sell a Car in the UAE?
You’ve finally found the perfect buyer for your car, and you’re ready to move on to your next vehicle. But before you hand over the keys, there are a few things you need to do to ensure a smooth transition of ownership. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through everything you need to do to transfer ownership of your car when you sell it in the UAE. We’ll cover everything from cancelling your registration to getting a new one in the name of the new owner. So if you’re ready to learn how to properly sell your car in the UAE, read on!
How do I change ownership of a car in the UAE?
Transferring ownership of a car in the UAE is a simple process that can be completed online or at a vehicle registration office. The first step is to notify the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority that you have sold your car and provide them with the buyer’s information, including their full name, Emirates ID, and contact details. The seller will then need to log into their account on the Roads & Transports Authority (RTA) website and select “Change of Ownership” from the menu. On the next page, they will enter the buyer’s information and submit the form. Once the form has been processed, the new owner will receive an SMS notification and can then visit a vehicle registration office to complete the transfer.
Can I change vehicle ownership online?
If you are selling your car in the UAE, you will need to transfer the ownership of the vehicle to the new owner. This can be done either at a Vehicle Licensing Centre or online through the Roads & Transports Authority (RTA) website.
To transfer ownership online, you will need to create an account on the Roads & Transports Authority (RTA) website and login. Once you are logged in, you will need to select “Change of Vehicle Ownership” from the list of services. You will then need to enter the vehicle details, including the VIN number, and the buyer’s details. Once you have submitted this information, you will be able to pay the fee and print out the ownership transfer forms.
How do you prove ownership of a car?
If you are selling a car in the UAE, you will need to prove ownership of the vehicle. The easiest way to do this is by presenting the original car registration certificate. This document can be obtained from the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) in Dubai or any other emirate.
If you cannot find the registration certificate, you can also provide proof of ownership by presenting the car’s bill of sale. This document should be signed by both the buyer and seller and include all relevant details about the transaction, such as the make and model of the car, VIN number, price, and date of sale.
Once you have presented proof of ownership, you will need to complete a transfer of ownership form at an RTA office. This form must be signed by both parties and include all relevant information about the transaction. Once the form has been completed and signed, you will need to pay a transfer fee in order to officially finalise the sale.
We hope this article has helped to clear up any confusion you may have had about how to transfer ownership of your car when you sell it in the UAE. Remember, it is important to follow the correct procedures so that both you and the new owner are protected under the law. If you have any further questions, be sure to consult with a legal professional before making any decisions. To learn more, follow Sun City Motors, on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube!
- November 22, 2022