If you've got retirement accounts (IRA, 401k) those should be equalized separately since the tax treatment is different (that is, $1000 in IRA money which will have tax owed when it's withdrawn is not the same as $1000 cash today).
On cars, if you're both on the title you need to do a transfer. It's a fairly simple form & small fee with the DMV, and if it's a transfer due to divorce there won't be any sales tax consequence
On household stuff at one point one of the lawyers wanted us to go through and inventory and assign values to everything so we could divide it according to equal value. We decided not to do that, we just came up with rough equivalencies on the major items (like "you get the dining room set, I keep the living room furniture"). We assigned an overall value to that stuff and just agreed that we were each getting half of that value.
Even if neither of you is seeking spousal support now, you want to specify whether the court "retains jurisdiction" over it. If the court retains jurisdiction either of you could go back later and request a modification to award support. If you agree that the court's jurisdiction should be terminated then that's it, neither can request support in the future.