Sales Department Forms
We offer a complete selection of forms and paperwork to assist in running the sales department of your car dealership. The sales process of a vehicle begins when a customer calls or walks into the dealership. When the customer enters the dealership, their information can be recorded into one of our Customer Contact Log Books, so that the salesman can follow up with them later if they do not purchase a vehicle immediately. If the customer is looking to trade-in or sell their vehicle, our Used Vehicle Appraisal Books can be used to provide the customer with an accurate appraisal for their vehicle. As the customer examines the vehicles on the lot, they will notice buyers guides which are typically installed on the windows of used vehicles for sale; These forms outline the warranty offered for a particular vehicle. Finally, the customer decides to purchase a vehicle; At this point, the dealer will provide the customer with an odometer disclosure statement, which assures the customer that they are disclosing the odometer reading truthfully. Then, a buyers order, which is a legal document outlining the sale can be used to complete the sale. If any promises were made of improvements to the vehicle, a "We Owe" form can be used to make those promises to the customer in writing and a Vehicle Get Ready Form can be used to order repairs for the vehicle from the service department to prepare the vehicle for sale. All-the-while, the accounting department can record expenditures and expenses in our Purchase Order Books and Cash Receipt Books to ensure that all money is accounted for.