I am selling a car in the USA. I found a good resource/website for selling the car. The website recommends I have the buyer/seller sign an "as is" document but the example "as is" link is not valid anymore:

I'm having trouble finding an example as-is document. Can i ask a question to request a good example "as is" document? (Either a link or someone's original document with some sort of CC license that lets me use the document.)

Description of "as is" document:

"As Is" Documentation Outside of transferring a warranty, we recommend that you make it clear – in writing – that there are no implied warranties when you sell your used car. This ensures that the buyer acknowledges and understands that he is accepting all future responsibility for the repair and maintenance of the vehicle.

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No, that would fall under the prohibition on specific legal advice.

If you don't want to pay a lawyer to provide you with a contract, you can find "boilerplate" contracts on many other sites. (And for broken links you could always try checking the internet archive.)

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