It's just PAThanks for the reply, but I'm confused.... Would I pay a title/tag fee in Md, and then pay again when I bring it into Pa and transfer title/tag to Pa?
Or do the fees I pay at purchase transfer over to Pa?
I'll guess you can collect the required sales tax for Pa.
I am in a similar situation and agree, I am waiting to hear back from Cavalier Ford.Highly likely I'll be making the switch before long...do want to give my current dealer a 'right of first refusal' but I have low expectations. Have really appreciated the information and honesty from @NayNay on here, and Leonardtown is just a couple hours away. Thanks for setting this thread up!
@NayNay I am considering switching to your dealership. I am in Richmond VA and have a couple questions.
You and me both are nervous!! I've never ever ever never bought before I drove!! This is a huge step for me too. You're not alone. We can do as much or as little as you want remotely. A deal (legally) is not final until all paperwork is signed and you have taken delivery of said vehicle. My dealership will not force you to accept anything less than what meets your expectations. Period. Ready for my "but" .....@NayNay I am considering switching to your dealership. I am in Richmond VA and have a couple questions.
Can all of the ordering process be done remotely rather than in person. If so, what does that look like? Would we set up a time for a web meeting to go over all the details?
Since I am buying a brand new model vehicle, is there any option to back at at time of delivery if said vehicle does not meet my expectations after test driving? That is my primary concern as I don't want to miss out and have to wait another year for them to reach dealers as regular inventory. However, without being able to see it in person, let alone test drive it prior to ordering one, does make me a little nervous. $40k plus is a lot of money, at least to me.