Purchase your vehicle

Purchase your vehicle

In the previous step, we described how visitor.us can help you create a presence in the best US state for international visitors to register a vehicle, Montana.

In this step, we explain how you can purchase a vehicle in the United States.

There are four different methods to buy a vehicle using visitor.us:
Purchase directly from a dealer
Buy your vehicle directly from a US dealership. Sign their paperwork and pay them directly. visitor.us will manage your registration.
Purchase directly from a private party
Buy your vehicle directly from a private party (a non-dealer individual). Sign their bill of sale and pay them directly. visitor.us will manage your registration.
Hire visitor.us to broker a dealer purchase
Use visitor.us to broker the purchase of a vehicle sold by a dealer on your behalf. visitor.us will manage your registration.
Hire visitor.us to broker a private-party purchase
Use visitor.us to broker the purchase of a vehicle sold by a private party (a non-dealer individual) on your behalf. visitor.us will manage your registration.
Note: This option is not available at the current time.

Purchase directly from a dealer

Auto dealers are a great vehicle purchase option. They inspect their vehicles, address any faults, and make them ready for sale. Here is the process for buying a vehicle directly from a dealer, and using visitor.us to register it to your Montana LLC.

Provide the buyer's (your LLC's) details
The first thing the dealer will ask you for is the buyer's details. Provide the name and address of your LLC, as your LLC will be the buyer.

If you see your name listed on any paperwork that the dealer provides, ask the dealer to update the form to reflect your LLC's name.

Find your LLC's details on your Dashboard

You can find LLC's name, address, and corporate ID on your Dashboard.
Sign your paperwork on behalf of your LLC
Purchasing a vehicle from a dealership typically involves signing a number of documents.

It's best to sign them all as follows:
Example LLC by John Doe, CEO
Ensure that the final sales price does not include sales tax
Vehicle sales tax is due where a vehicle is registered, not where it's purchased. Dealers in most US states exempt out-of-state vehicle purchasers from local sales tax - so the dealer shouldn't charge you for it.

(We are aware of two exceptions to the out-of-state vehicle sales tax exemption: California and Connecticut.
- California requires dealers to collect sales tax on vehicles sold to out-of-state buyers unless the buyer takes possession of the vehicle outside of California. Most dealers have a transporter on speed dial who can deliver a vehicle to the state line to complete this requirement.

- Connecticut requires dealers to collect sales tax on all retail vehicle purchases, whether or not the buyer is out-of-state. If you're dead-set on buying a vehicle from a Connecticut dealer, visitor.us can broker the purchase for you - dealer-to-dealer sales are exempt from sales tax.)
Pay for the vehicle
When you and the dealer have agreed on a final sales price, initiate payment to the dealer.

You do not need to make payment from a bank account owned by your LLC. It's common for one person to pay for a vehicle bought in another person's name (a parent for a child, for example).

Merchants, such as auto dealers, are charged a fee (usually 3-5%) to process credit card transactions. For this reason, it's most common to pay for a vehicle with a wire transfer.

(If the dealer allows a credit card purchase, expect the dealer to pass the payment processing fee on to you.)

US auto dealers, with very few exceptions, require payment in US dollars. Many require payment from a US bank account.

The US banking system does not interface very well with the rest of the world (we don't use the IBAN system, for example). International wire transfers can take as long as 10 business days to reach the United States.

For these reasons, we recommend setting up and funding a US bank account 2-4 weeks before you plan to purchase your vehicle.

You can open a US bank account online with Wise or Revolut.

If your home currency is EUR, GBP, AUD, NZD, CAD, or SGD, we recommend creating a Wise (formerly known as Transferwise) account. With a Wise account, you can create one bank account in your home currency and another bank account in US dollars with a few clicks of a mouse.

Ahead of your visit, fund your Wise home currency account with a domestic bank transfer from your local bank. Send a little bit of money to your Wise home currency account to make sure that your accounts are properly connected.

Transfer funds from your Wise home currency account to your Wise US dollar account - your US dollar account should be credited instantly.

Wise uses the mid-market exchange rate - the one you find listed on Google or xe.com - which is usually 3-4x cheaper than the exchange rate that traditional banks use.

When your funds are in your Wise US dollar account, you can initiate a domestic wire transfer or bank transfer (American banks use a system called Automated Clearing House, or ACH, for domestic bank transfers).

Domestic US dollar transfers from Wise accounts usually settle within one business day (sometimes, within the same day).

Using Wise to pay a seller is usually much faster and much cheaper than paying via an international wire transfer.

If your home currency is anything other than the currencies mentioned above, we recommend opening a Revolut USD account and funding it with your debit card. (These transfers are subject to Revolut's fees.)
Add your vehicle on the visitor.us Dashboard

Add your vehicle

Providing your vehicle's details on the Dashboard will populate the forms required to register your vehicle in Montana, as well as a Fedex shipping label for the vehicle's Prior Title.
visitor.us will email the dealer a Fedex shipping label for your vehicle's Prior Title
Your vehicle's Prior Title is required to register your vehicle.

visitor.us will create a Fedex shipping label on our account, and email it to the dealer, to courier your Prior Title to our office for registration.

View your Prior Title's shipment on your dashboard

Track the status of your Prior Title's shipment as it moves from the dealer to visitor.us on your Dashboard.
Provide the dealer with evidence of insurance (where required)
Many states require auto dealers to capture evidence of insurance for all retail buyers before releasing the vehicle to them.

It's legally required everywhere to maintain liability (third-party) insurance, and a good idea to obtain comprehensive and collision (first-party) insurance for your vehicle.
Collect a temporary registration from the dealer
Most US states allow auto dealers to provide buyers with temporary registration - a paper or plastic document displayed in your vehicle's rear license plate holder - that allows the buyer to drive while their registration is in process.

Note: The state of Massachusetts does not recognize temporary registrations issued by any state. Do not drive in Massachusetts without metal plates.
Hit the road!
After you've signed the paperwork and paid for your vehicle, put insurance in place, and attached your temporary registration to the vehicle, you're free to hit the road!

Issues purchasing a vehicle directly from a dealer
As you go move through the dealer purchase process, you may encounter the following issues:
Dealer Purchase Issue 1: They've never sold a vehicle to a non-US resident before
Almost every American auto dealer (except visitor.us) sells 100% of their vehicles to US residents. They know all the steps to help a US resident buy, register, and insure a vehicle. But if they've never sold to a non-US resident before, they might be a bit lost, and might therefore lose interest in you.
Dealer Purchase Issue 2: In-person sales process
Most auto dealers are (still) set up to sell vehicles to in-person buyers. Their game plan is to get you into the showroom, get you excited about the vehicle, and then close the sale. Selling over the phone or over email is not how they make their money. If you can't come to the showroom, many salespeople lose interest.
Issue Dealer Purchase 3: Wet ink signatures
Every dealer has their own procedures set by the store, or by the chain they're a part of. Many dealers' procedures require them to collect wet ink signatures on their purchase documents. Many won't accept electronic signatures, and won't ship purchase documents overseas.

Purchase directly from a private party

The perfect vehicle for your visit might be for sale by an individual (also known as a private party), not a dealership. Here is the process for buying a vehicle directly from a private party, and using visitor.us to register it to your Montana LLC.

Check the vehicle's Prior Title
Before buying a vehicle from a private party, it's best to establish that the seller owns the vehicle, and that the title is free from liens, brands, and defects.

Prior Title

The vehicle's ownership document is called a title. The title belonging to the seller is the vehicle's Prior Title.

Make sure that the seller is the registered owner named on the front of the title, and the title is free of liens, brands, and defects.
You should think twice before completing a purchase if the vehicle's title has any of the following issues:
Title Issue 1: The vehicle has a "branded title"
If a vehicle has been significantly compromised, it will be assigned a "branded title" by a US state agency, and tied to its Vehicle Identification Number.

The type of brand indicates how the vehicle is compromised. If an insurance agency has declared a vehicle a total loss, its title will be branded "Salvage" or "Rebuilt." Other brands include "Flood damaged," "Hail damaged," and "Not actual mileage."
Title Issue 2: The vehicle's title has an unsatisfied lien
When a bank lends money to a person to buy a vehicle, the bank's name is recorded on the face of a title as a "lien holder." Ownership of the vehicle cannot be transferred until the lien is satisfied (i.e., the loan is paid off).

A vehicle with a lien recorded on the title can be transferred when accompanied by a lien release, written on the lien holder's letterhead and signed by an authorized representative of the lien holder.

If a vehicle's title has an unsatisfied lien - or the seller tells you that the title is "at the bank" - think twice before transferring funds to the seller. The seller must transfer your funds to the lien holder, the lien holder must produce a lien release, and the seller must sign and provide the title to you. These steps may take several weeks to complete, and this gap in time provides the seller an opportunity to "forget" about the deal they made to sell the vehicle to you.
Title Issue 3: The seller's name is not listed on the title
If you're buying the vehicle from Fred, and the registered owner listed on the title is named Mary, you should stop and ask why Mary isn't selling the vehicle herself. Perhaps Mary has left the job of selling the vehicle to her son, Fred. Or perhaps Fred is up to no good.

Seek to understand why the owner isn't selling the vehicle, and if you don't get a good feeling, walk away.
Ensure that the seller signs the Prior Title correctly
In order to transfer ownership of a vehicle to a new owner, the vehicle's Prior Title needs to be properly signed by its owner.

The US states, not the federal government, issue vehicle titles, and each state's title has its own format.

It's a good idea to Google "How to sign a [state] vehicle title," where [state] is the name of the state that issued the vehicle's Prior Title.

While we can't list each state's title signing requirements here, we can summarize the rules.
All owners must sign the Seller's Section of the Prior Title
All owners listed on the face of the title must sign the Seller's Section of the Prior Title in blue or black ink.
Cross-outs, white-outs, or write-overs can potentially void the title
Everyone signing the title should complete their section with care.

If anyone crosses anything out, writes over anything, or uses white-out on the Prior Title, it could become void, requiring a replacement. Replacement titles can take several weeks to generate and send.
Sellers must attest to the odometer reading for vehicles 2011 or newer
A vehicle's seller must write the odometer reading on the title, and note if the odometer reading differs from the vehicle's actual mileage.

Most states' titles require the seller's signature once. A handful of states' titles require a signature in one field to transfer the vehicle, and a signature in another field to attest to the odometer disclosure. If the vehicle's title requires multiple signatures from the seller, ensure that the seller has signed everywhere required.
Some titles must be notarized
Titles from Arizona, Kentucky, Louisiana, Montana, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, and Pennsylvania must be notarized to be transferred to a new owner.

If the vehicle's Prior Title was issued by one of the states listed above, the seller must appear before a licensed notary public, who will verify the seller's identity and witness their signature.

Only after the notary signs and fixes their seal to the title can it be transferred to a new owner.
Complete the buyer's section of the title
In the buyer's section of the title, enter your LLC's name and address, which can be found on your Dashboard.

Find your LLC's details on your Dashboard

You can find LLC's name, address, and corporate ID on your Dashboard.
In the signature field of the Prior Title's Buyer's Section, sign for your LLC as follows
Example LLC by John Doe, CEO
Completing the buyer's section of the title ensures that your title cannot be transferred to a new owner if the document is stolen, lost, or intercepted.

A thief would have to cross out, write over, or white out your details, and this would cause the title to become void.
Ensure that the final sales price does not include sales tax
Private parties are not required to withhold sales tax on a vehicle. Buyers of vehicles sold by private parties will pay sales tax when they register the vehicle.

If a private party seller adds sales tax to the purchase price, make sure they remove it before completing the purchase.
Sign a purchase agreement with the seller
Before initiating a payment to the seller, draw up a purchase agreement (also known as a bill of sale) with the seller that documents the seller's name and address; the buyer's name and address; the agreed purchase price, and the vehicle's year, make and model.

Produce two copies of the purchase agreement, one for you and one for the seller, and ensure that you and the seller sign both copies.
Pay for the vehicle
Paying for a vehicle sold by a private party can be tricky for an international visitor, so it makes sense to plan for this step well before you purchase your vehicle.
Typical payment process for buying a vehicle from a private party
For vehicles that cost a few thousand dollars, it's typical for a seller to pay a buyer with cash, Paypal, or Venmo.

For vehicles that cost more than a few thousand dollars, buyers and private party sellers typically use a process that follows these steps:
1) The buyer obtains a Cashier's Check from his bank in the amount of the agreed purchase price. A Cashier's Check is a form of payment (a physical check) that cannot be cancelled.
2) The buyer meets the seller at the seller's bank. When the buyer sees that the seller has the vehicle's Prior Title and its keys, the buyer provides the Cashier's Check to the seller. The seller deposits the Cashier's Check into his account.
3) When the bank teller confirms the deposit of the Cashier's Check, the seller hands the vehicle's Prior Title and the keys to the buyer. The buyer and the seller sign a Bill of Sale (if required by the seller) and the transaction is complete.
Issues with the typical private-party payment process for an international visitor
For vehicles that cost a few thousand dollars, you may be able to withdraw the purchase price in cash from an ATM. You may want to request an increase to your daily withdrawal limit from your bank, to minimize the amount of time it takes to withdraw the purchase price.

If you don't have an account with a US-based bank, you won't be able to get a Cashier's Check, so you'll have to think about other ways to pay the seller.
Your options for paying a private party for a vehicle
International visitors have a couple of options for paying a private party for a vehicle, and it makes sense to think through the pros and cons of each option.

You should balance the cost of the transaction with the time to settle the transaction.

The longer the transaction takes to settle, the higher the risk that the seller sells the vehicle to someone else. This would not only cause you to lose out on your desired vehicle, but could potentially cause you to lose your funds as well.

Imagine you agree to purchase a vehicle and initiate an international wire transfer on Monday, the seller finds another buyer and sells the vehicle on Tuesday, and your funds hit the seller's account on Wednesday. If the seller refuses to return your funds, your only recourse would be to take the seller to court to enforce the purchase contract (that you hopefully required the seller to sign before initiating the wire transfer). That's not how you want to spend your visit to the US.
Paypal
Paypal transactions have the benefit of settling within minute or so, and Paypal payments can include buyer protection.

However, Paypal does charge a fee for some types of purchases. It can also charge a fee for exchanging funds from one currency to another. And it can hit you with a hidden cost by using an unfavorable exchange rate.
International Wire Transfer
A wire transfer between your bank and the seller's bank will likely be slow and expensive.

Your bank may only charge you a wire transfer fee of $25 (or your local currency equivalent), but they will likely select an unfavorable exchange rate.

International wire transfers can take anywhere between 2 and 10 days to settle, a terrifying period during which neither your bank nor the seller's bank will be able to tell you where the money is.
Wise (formerly Transferwise)
If your home currency is EUR, GBP, AUD, NZD, CAD, or SGD, we recommend creating a Wise (formerly known as Transferwise) account. With a Wise account, you can create one bank account in your home currency and another bank account in US dollars with a few clicks of a mouse.

Ahead of your visit, fund your Wise home currency account with a domestic bank transfer from your local bank. Send a little bit of money to your Wise home currency account to make sure that your accounts are properly connected.

Transfer funds from your Wise home currency account to your Wise US dollar account - your US dollar account should be credited instantly.

Wise uses the mid-market exchange rate - the one you find listed on Google or xe.com - which is usually 3-4x cheaper than the exchange rate that traditional banks use.

When your funds are in your Wise US dollar account, you can initiate a domestic wire transfer or bank transfer to the seller (American banks use a system called Automated Clearing House, or ACH, for domestic bank transfers).

Domestic US dollar transfers from Wise accounts usually settle within one business day (sometimes, within the same day).

Using Wise to pay a seller is usually much faster and much cheaper than paying via an international wire transfer.

If your home currency is anything other than the currencies mentioned above, we recommend opening a Revolut USD account and funding it with your debit card. (These transfers are subject to Revolut's fees.)
Revolut
If your home currency is a currency other than EUR, GBP, AUD, NZD, CAD, or SGD, we recommend opening a Revolut US dollar account.

You can fund your Revolut US dollar account with a debit card linked to your home bank account. (These transfers are subject to Revolut's fees.)

When your funds are in your Revolut US dollar account, you can initiate a domestic wire transfer or bank transfer to the seller.

Domestic US dollar transfers from Wise accounts usually settle within one business day.
Cryptocurrency
If you have sufficient funds in cryptocurrency, and the seller can and will accept cryptocurrency for payment, this is the cheapest and fastest way to transfer funds internationally.

While you and the seller can use any coin you want, you should document the sale price on the purchase agreement in the agreed coin to avoid under- or over-payment due to exchange rate fluctuations. If you and/or the seller don't want to document the sale price in cryptocurrency, it might make sense to document the sale price in US dollars and make payment with a stablecoin such as USDC.
Add your vehicle on the visitor.us Dashboard

Add your vehicle

Providing your vehicle's details on the Dashboard will populate the forms required to register your vehicle in Montana, as well as a Fedex shipping label for the vehicle's Prior Title.
visitor.us will email you (or the seller) a Fedex shipping label for your vehicle's Prior Title
Your vehicle's Prior Title is required to register your vehicle.

visitor.us will create a Fedex shipping label on our account, and email it to you (or the seller, if you're buying remotely), to courier your Prior Title to our office for registration.

View your Prior Title's shipment on your dashboard

Track the status of your Prior Title's shipment as it moves from the dealer to visitor.us on your Dashboard.
Obtain your registration and license plates (or temporary registration permit) from visitor.us
In order to hit the road, your vehicle must be registered.

If you purchase your vehicle ahead of your arrival, visitor.us can register your vehicle to your Montana LLC and Fedex your license plates and registration document to the seller.

If you want to hit the road immediately after purchasing your vehicle, visitor.us can provide a Montana Temporary Registration Permit, valid for 40 days, which will allow you to hit the road while your Montana registration is in process.

Montana Temporary Registration Permit

A Montana Temporary Registration Permit allows you to drive for up to 40 days while your Montana registration is in process.

If you need to hit the road right away, visitor.us will generate a Permit and email it to you.

Simply print the document out and cut it along the line indicated. Keep the lower portion in your vehicle's glove box, enclose the upper portion in a clear plastic bag, and attach it to your vehicle's rear license plate bracket.

Note: The state of Massachusetts does not recognize temporary registrations issued by any state. Do not drive in Massachusetts without metal plates.
Obtain an insurance policy
Secure an insurance policy that covers liability (third-party, legally required) and, if desired, comprehensive and collision (first-party, optional).
Hit the road!
After you collected or made arrangements for the vehicle's Prior Title, paid for your vehicle, attached your license plates or temporary registration to your vehicle, and obtained an insurance policy, hit the road!

Hire visitor.us to broker a dealer purchase

Auto dealers are a great vehicle purchase option. But dealing with them can be difficult, especially from half a world away.

If you want to outsource the purchase process to the professionals, you can hire visitor.us to purchase your desired vehicle on your behalf.

Contact us with the vehicle that you'd like to purchase
Email us a link to the vehicle's listing page, and after you have paid visitor.us' Brokerage Services fee, we'll pick up the phone and contact the selling dealer.

visitor.us will request a Buyer's Order from the selling dealer
The Buyer's Order details the vehicle's total cost.

If visitor.us successfully obtains a Buyer's Order at the advertised price, we will move forward with the purchase.

If you do not complete the purchase, visitor.us will keep your Brokerage Services fee. If you want visitor.us to broker another vehicle for you, we will charge an additional Brokerage Services fee.

Common reasons preventing visitor.us from obtaining a Buyer's Order at the advertised price
Sometimes, despite our best efforts, visitor.us isn't able to obtain a Buyer's Order from the seller at the advertised price. In these cases, your Brokerage Services fee will be applied to the next vehicle you direct visitor.us to broker for you. Common reasons why we can't obtain a Buyer's Order include:
The buyer adds a hidden fee onto the advertised price of the vehicle
Unfortunately, some dealers advertise a vehicle at one price on the internet, and add a "restocking" or other hidden fee of several thousand dollars to the vehicle's Buyer's Order. If the dealer adds a hidden fee to the price of your desired vehicle, we'll give you the option to a) move forward with the purchase or b) move on and apply your Brokerage Services fee to another vehicle.
The vehicle has been sold
Sometimes, a vehicle will continue to appear on an auto dealer's website, even after it has been sold. If your desired vehicle has been sold, visitor.us will apply your Brokerage Services fee to another vehicle that you choose.
The vehicle is "In Transit"
Dealers will often advertise vehicles for sale that are not yet physically on the lot, but in transit to the dealership. In-Transit vehicles are often used as bait to lure buyers into the dealership - it's often difficult to obtain a Buyer's Order for them.
The dealer will only sell to a local buyer
Many dealers make money by regularly servicing vehicles that they sell. Some refuse to sell vehicles to non-local buyers that they will never earn service revenue from.
Sign your Purchase Order
When visitor.us obtains a Buyer's Order from the selling dealer, we will provide a Purchase Order for the vehicle, at the price listed on the dealer's Buyer's Order, for your electronic signature.

If your home currency is EUR, GBP, AUD, NZD, CAD, or SGD, your Purchase Order will be denominated in your home currency, and will reflect the rate to exchange it into US dollars, as well as the fees, provided by our international banking partner, Wise.

If your home currency is anything other than the currencies listed above, or if your funds are already in US dollars, your Purchase Order will be denominated in US dollars.

Pay visitor.us
When you sign your Purchase Order, you are agreeing to buy your desired vehicle from visitor.us, and promptly pay visitor.us the value of the Purchase Order.

After you sign your Purchase Order, visitor.us will sign the Buyer's Order with the dealer, agreeing to buy your desired vehicle from the dealer.

visitor.us will send you a payment request in the amount reflected on your Purchase Order.

As soon as visitor.us receives your payment, we will transfer the purchase funds to the selling dealer.

Obtain your registration and license plates (or temporary registration permit) from visitor.us
In order to hit the road, your vehicle must be registered.

If you purchase your vehicle ahead of your arrival, visitor.us can register your vehicle to your Montana LLC and Fedex your license plates and registration document to the seller.

If you want to hit the road immediately after purchasing your vehicle, visitor.us can provide a Montana Temporary Registration Permit, valid for 40 days, which will allow you to hit the road while your Montana registration is in process.

Montana Temporary Registration Permit

A Montana Temporary Registration Permit allows you to drive for up to 40 days while your Montana registration is in process.

If you need to hit the road right away, visitor.us will generate a Permit and email it to you.

Simply print the document out and cut it along the line indicated. Keep the lower portion in your vehicle's glove box, enclose the upper portion in a clear plastic bag, and attach it to your vehicle's rear license plate bracket.

Note: The state of Massachusetts does not recognize temporary registrations issued by any state. Do not drive in Massachusetts without metal plates.
Obtain an insurance policy
Secure an insurance policy that covers liability (third-party, legally required) and, if desired, comprehensive and collision (first-party, optional).
The first thing the dealer will ask you for is the buyer's details. Provide the name and address of your LLC, as your LLC will be the buyer.

If you see your name listed on any paperwork that the dealer provides, ask the dealer to update the form to reflect your LLC's name.
Hit the road!
After you have paid for your vehicle, attached your license plates or temporary registration to your vehicle, and obtained an insurance policy, collect your vehicle and hit the road!
Registration
visitor.us will make arrangement to send the vehicle's Prior Title from the selling dealer to visitor.us for registration. We will inform you of the steps required to complete registration on your Dashboard.

Hire visitor.us to broker a private-party purchase (Not available at this time)

Your dream vehicle might not be sold by a dealer, but by an individual (a private party). But managing a vehicle purchase from half a world away can be difficult.

If you want to outsource the purchase process to the professionals, you can hire visitor.us to purchase your desired vehicle on your behalf.

Why isn't private-party brokerage available right now?
visitor.us hasn't quite cracked the code for brokering a vehicle sold by a private party in a way that keeps your funds safe.
What's the problem?
Buying a vehicle from an individual always creates a problem of funds security - once you transfer your funds to the seller, how do you know that they are going to give you the vehicle, its keys, and its title?

You can be pretty certain that when you transfer funds to a dealer, they are going to give you the vehicle, its keys, and its title - if a dealer doesn't follow through on their promise, you can appeal to the authorities that issued their dealer's license, and shame them on social media. Dealers are usually asset-rich, so taking them to court would be worth the hassle.

But individuals don't have a dealer's license, they don't necessarily have a reputation to uphold, and they don't necessarily have assets that would be make suing them worth the hassle.

So when you buy a vehicle from a private party, you have to protect yourself.

The best way you can protect yourself in a private party purchase is to simultaneously transfer funds and receive the vehicle, its keys and its title. And the only way to do that is in person.

America is a big place, and we can't be in all of the cities that an international visitor might find a vehicle for sale  by a private party.

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