AS IS Buyers Guide and Forms

Dealermarket has all types of AS-IS Buyers Guides & Buyers Guide Forms for your auto dealership.  As required by the FTC, we have all types of used car buyers guide forms, which are often referred to as car dealer window stickers.  The FTC requires them to be placed in all of your used cars for sale on the driver side window.  They are used to display and communicate all of the warranty information relevant to the specific used vehicle for sale.  Your customers will appreciate the clear communication regarding vehicle warranty information and this will prevent questions during your teams’ sale process.  You can easily show them if a vehicle has an implied warranty, dealer warranty, or AS-IS – no dealer warranty.  Our buyers guide warranty forms offer tiered bulk pricing so the more you buy, the more you save!

You will love our wide selection of 2-part buyers guides, 1-part buyers guides, hanging buyers guides, buyers guide warranty forms, and Spanish vehicle buyers guides.  These come in adhesive peel n seal, no tape, static cling, pouch kits, carbonless, and clip-on hangers.  We offer them with lines or no lines as well as a blank front that has the backer only.  Stick with Dealermarket.com when you ever need to order more Used Car Buyers Guide Forms or any other car dealership supplies.

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What should a buyer's guide include?

A buyer's guide, as required by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), is an important document that provides critical information to prospective buyers of used cars. It should include the following key elements:

  • Vehicle Information: This includes the year, make, model, and vehicle identification number (VIN) of the car.
  • Warranty Information: The buyer's guide should clearly specify the warranty status of the vehicle. This information typically falls into one of three categories:
  • As Is - No Warranty: This indicates that the vehicle is sold without any warranty, and the buyer is responsible for any necessary repairs.
  • Implied Warranty Only: This means that the dealer provides an implied warranty, which covers the basic functionality of the vehicle for a certain period. Specific terms and conditions may vary.
  • Dealer Warranty: If the dealership offers a warranty beyond the implied warranty, it should be detailed in this section, including its duration and coverage.
  • Additional Information: The guide may also include any additional terms or conditions, such as the availability of service contracts or return policies.
  • Contact Information: The buyer's guide should provide the name and contact details of the dealership.
  • Signature Line: A space for the buyer to acknowledge receipt of the guide.
What is a "Buyer's Guide As Is" form?

A "Buyer's Guide As Is" form, often referred to simply as an "As Is Buyer's Guide," is a specific type of buyer's guide that communicates to potential buyers that a used vehicle is being sold without any warranty or guarantee.

It means that the car is sold in its current condition, and the dealership does not assume responsibility for any repairs or issues that may arise after the purchase. This type of form is particularly important in used car transactions to prevent misunderstandings and clearly state the vehicle's condition and warranty status.

Can I customize a "Buyer's Guide As Is" form for my dealership?

Yes, you can customize a "Buyer's Guide As Is" form to suit the specific needs and policies of your dealership. While the FTC sets certain requirements for the content of the buyer's guide, there is room for customization in terms of the format and layout.

Your dealership can incorporate its branding, contact information, and any additional disclaimers or warranty information that you want to convey to potential buyers. This customization can help ensure that the form aligns with your dealership's practices and policies while still meeting regulatory requirements.

Dealermarket offers a wide selection of buyer's guide forms, including "As Is Buyer's Guide" forms, to help your dealership comply with FTC regulations and communicate crucial warranty information to your customers effectively. You can customize these forms to align with your dealership's specific needs and branding, making them a valuable tool in your sales process.