Seller Guide

Setting the Price

The most important part in selling your vehicle. Pricing your vehicle right can mean a quick sale, therefore take you time to research how much your vehicle is worth. You can get a basic idea of how much your vehicle is worth buy comparing the same vehicle to other sellers. Also take the mileage of your vehicle into consideration as it can affect your price. Also think about the age, model, condition and amount of features.

Writing the Vehicle advert

To make sure your advert stands out from the rest, include strong points about your vehicle without exaggerating. Write clearly in a way the buyer would understand. Include key features that is in your vehicle. Include the length of the MOT the vehicle still has.

Taking Great Photos

Taking photos is really important as it shows how your vehicle looks like. Taking good photos increasing your chances in selling your vehicle and is less likely to take long to sell. Here are some good points on how to take good photos:

-          Clean your vehicle inside and out

-          Make sure your photos are looking sharp and it’s not pixilated

-          Take photos when its well-lit and dry

-          Make sure there’s nothing around the vehicle when taking photos

-          Take important pictures of your vehicles such as alloys, interior, gear box etc.

Preparing Your Vehicle for Sale

The first impression from the buyer is very important so it would not be a hassle to give your vehicle a good wash before presenting it. Moreover, cleaning the interior is important as it shows that your vehicle is well looked after. Gather all the paperwork needed for the buyer if the sale is successful.

Dealing with Buyers

Buyers will always want a test drive before agreeing and handing over the money. Always make sure that the buyer is suitably insured before test driving the vehicle. Never leave your vehicle alone with the buyer for safety reasons and always turn off your engine when switching drivers. Always give time to the buyer to view the vehicle and arrange any inspections if they want to.

Closing the Deal

Buyers will always want you to put the price of your vehicle down so have your lowest price in mind and stick to it and make sure you are satisfied with the price and method of payment before letting your vehicle go.

Doing the Paperwork

When you and the buyer are both satisfied with the price and the sale is successful, bring out all the necessary paperwork of your vehicle. Write a receipt for you and the buyer. Complete the important information of the logbook and send it to DVLA. And finally make sure you call your insurance provider and let them know that you have sold your vehicle.

Setting the Price

The most important part in selling your vehicle. Pricing your vehicle right can mean a quick sale, therefore take you time to research how much your vehicle is worth. You can get a basic idea of how much your vehicle is worth buy comparing the same vehicle to other sellers. Also take the mileage of your vehicle into consideration as it can affect your price. Also think about the age, model, condition and amount of features.

Writing the Vehicle advert

To make sure your advert stands out from the rest, include strong points about your vehicle without exaggerating. Write clearly in a way the buyer would understand. Include key features that is in your vehicle. Include the length of the MOT the vehicle still has.

Taking Great Photos

Taking photos is really important as it shows how your vehicle looks like. Taking good photos increasing your chances in selling your vehicle and is less likely to take long to sell. Here are some good points on how to take good photos:

-          Clean your vehicle inside and out

-          Make sure your photos are looking sharp and it’s not pixilated

-          Take photos when its well-lit and dry

-          Make sure there’s nothing around the vehicle when taking photos

-          Take important pictures of your vehicles such as alloys, interior, gear box etc.


Preparing Your Vehicle for Sale

The first impression from the buyer is very important so it would not be a hassle to give your vehicle a good wash before presenting it. Moreover, cleaning the interior is important as it shows that your vehicle is well looked after. Gather all the paperwork needed for the buyer if the sale is successful.

Dealing with Buyers

Buyers will always want a test drive before agreeing and handing over the money. Always make sure that the buyer is suitably insured before test driving the vehicle. Never leave your vehicle alone with the buyer for safety reasons and always turn off your engine when switching drivers. Always give time to the buyer to view the vehicle and arrange any inspections if they want to.

Closing the Deal

Buyers will always want you to put the price of your vehicle down so have your lowest price in mind and stick to it and make sure you are satisfied with the price and method of payment before letting your vehicle go.

Doing the Paperwork

When you and the buyer are both satisfied with the price and the sale is successful, bring out all the necessary paperwork of your vehicle. Write a receipt for you and the buyer. Complete the important information of the logbook and send it to DVLA. And finally make sure you call your insurance provider and let them know that you have sold your vehicle.

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