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Driving forward with online selling and buying

Driving forward with online selling and buying The internet has transformed the way in which so many goods and services are sold, and cars are no exception to the trend.  Buying or selling a car online can be daunting, however, because there is just so much information online and so many options to choose from that some people might not know where to start. When it comes to buying a car, one of the distinct advantages of the internet is that it...

Buy my car, please!

Do not make the mistake of feeling like a beggar when sell your car.  The question in a car owner’s mind should not be, “will someone buy my car”, but, “who will I will I allow to buy my car?”   There is no doubt about it, the great demand for used cars has made this the best time for buying a new car in years.  You say, “I value my Volvo or Nissan to...

Legal requirements for selling your car

There are a number of legal requirements to be observed when you sell your car. The Drivers and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) must be informed when you sell the vehicle. If you fail to do so, you will still be responsible for paying the excise duty and be liable for any penalties that are not paid. The government has recently tightened up the rules in relation to car ownership, so it is better to be well...

Selling a classic car

It can be a painful wrench when it comes to selling your classic car, but sometimes needs must. There may be a variety of reasons why you are putting it on the market, but you need to be realistic as to what you are likely to get from its sale. If you have spent a lot of time on restoration of an old car, you may have a valuable gem on your hands, but in terms of valuing it you should see what else of a...

Prepare your car thoroughly to achieve the best price possible

If you were buying a car in a private sale you would want it to look good as well as be mechanically sound, so expect to find potential buyers of your car to be expecting exactly the same. Consider having the car serviced before you put it on the market, it might cost a little to rectify small faults, but it is worth it if it means you sell it for the price you are asking. Remember that your buyer is...

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