Hi all! Ok, now that I finally bought a new car (see this thread for my excited ramblings on the subject -> http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htfo...98#post1572106 ), I've gotta unload my current vehicle. I've never sold a car before, so I could use some advice here... I got a message from the dealer that my new car will be delivered within the next two weeks, which means that I need to keep my current vehicle (1994 Honda Civic Si Coupe) until the new one arrives. I can't be without a car, as I depend on it on a daily basis for work, etc. My plan is to keep the civic until the day that I take posession of the new car, after which I want to put it up for sale. I'm just wondering how to go about this whole situation. I should mention that I intend to list an asking price that I consider to be fair for the car - about $7,700 based on a few factors. Although it's got 240K on it, I did quite a bit of maintenance on the car in the past year (timing belt, alternator, water pump, plugs, wires, new tires, radiator, muffler, exhaust, boot, bearings, etc.) and have all the receipts & paperwork to prove it. I'll prepare a file with the maintenance history of the car for any potential buyers to see. The car is also in very good condition body wise, and the interior is spotless. I'm also aware that this model of Civic is still in high demand, and given the quality of the car I think the price is fair. I installed a Clifford alarm system a few years ago with vehicle immobilizer/ignition kill, and keyless entry. I'm also going to clean the car from the inside & out to get rid of any bird-poopy and residual signs of winter... Now on to the questions... : 1) Where to list - I plan on listing the car on the Canadian Autotrader page (http://www.autotrader.ca). I want to avoid newspaper adds, as they're small, don't offer any pictures, and are somewhat expensive. Is there anywhere else I could list the car (ebay is not really an option) 2) Insurance - how should I continue insuring the car? I assume that if people are going to test-drive it, it's going to need to continue with some form of insurance, but it doesn't require full coverage. Am I correct in assuming that? Obviously, after I sell the car, I'd cancel the insurance. 3) Test Drives - I'm sure that I should ask to see a valid drivers license before letting anyone drive it... but should I also ask them for other information like insurance? I won't let them take it out alone. 4) Transfer of ownership - what do I need to do here? Do I need to go to the DMV to get some special forms, or do I just sign the registration over? 5) Taxes - How do I handle the sales tax? I'm pretty sure that when I sell the car, the standard taxes (GST & PST in canada) need to be applied to the final price. 6) Payment - how should I accept payment for the car? I'm definately not taking a cheque, but would a money-order be ok? I'd assume Cash is fine, but is it? What else am I missing? Moe.