That would not be a good idea. Dealership forms should be updated on a regular basis to ensure compliance. It sounds like these are likely out of date. Aside from legal compliance, it is not safe to assume that the forms are appropriate for use by your dealership when used in conjunction with other paperwork in your transaction. There are vast differences between a new car sale and a used car sale, not to mention a traditionally financed, subprime financed and buy here-pay here financed transaction. Paperwork is one of the most important things in a car deal and not the place to take chances, so stick with what you know to be right. If you are unsure, get someone who understands the compliance requirements of a retail motor vehicle transaction that can assist you.
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