What do I need to sell my car in Tennessee?

Answered by

Leona Emert
Leona EmertLicensed Insurance Agent

Posted on Jan 30, 2023

In order to sell a car in the state of Tennessee, you will need to have the title to the car in your name. You will also need to have a valid driver's license or ID. The car must be in good condition and must have a valid emissions sticker. You will need to have the car inspected by a licensed mechanic. Finally, you will need to complete and sign a bill of sale.

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