When you create a new stock record, you have the opportunity to generate a draft purchase for the seller at the point of entering it. If you choose not to do it at that point, then you can then add in a purchase document for the vehicle purchase simply from your new stock record.
To get started with the purchases select the Purchase & Cost tab.
To get started in the Purchase & Cost tab you will see all the information you have provided for your vehicle automatically added in, waiting for you to confirm what you need next. Here you an edit the Suppliers, the Purchase Price, and the Finance Total.
Click Draft Purchases to create a Draft Purchase and continue the purchase. The screen will refresh and the draft purchase(s) will be shown in the Purchase & Cost tab under Summary. In this case there are two purchases as there was outstanding finance on the vehicle.
By selecting the Draft Purchase you will be taken to the Daft Purchase in a new tab for you to complete. Enter the details required and when you're ready, commit the Purchase.
Once you have finished the payment of the Purchase Order you can use the Return To button in the top-right corner to return to the Stock Summary page.
Select the Purchase & Cost tab to see the updated status of the purchcases. In this example, the purchases have been committed, but are unpaid (awaiting the supplier's invoice).
If there are additional costs towards the vehicle you need to add them here to help you keep track of the total costs of selling the vehicle.
To add a repair to the vehicle (for your company to carry out) click New Quote/Job at the top of the screen.
To add costs from an external company, select the Purchase & Cost tab, and select Add Costs.
Enter the Supplier/Company that worked on the vehicle.
Fill in the Description of the work done (or enter the product if you have pre-set that up).
You will need to add the quantity and price of the work done.
A Draft Purchase will be created and shown under Purchase & Cost > Summary. Select the Draft Purchase to enter details and commit the purchase.