The online valuation is very quick and simple
- Complete the valuation form
- Receive a valuation via email
- Talk to one of our representatives to book your vehicle inspection
- Book an appointment at a time and place convenient to you
- Sell your car to us and receive cash for your car
We work in a highly professional manner. We don’t offer a digital price guide. We request individual quotes and details to deal with each client subjectively in terms of valuation. The estimation is a cost-free process and you’re not obliged to sell your car to our company.
Please ensure that you have all of the necessary documentation available to produce to our representative during your visit.
If both parties are satisfied, you will receive cash for your car at the appointment
In case of any outstanding financing on your car, we can take care of this as well, but prior notice is required, and you would also need to provide us with an up-to-date settlement letter with clearly stated details from the finance company.
Yes, we do.
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer a car collection service and thereby, you would have to make the arrangements of dropping the car off to our nearest branch yourself.
We buy all cars that are registered in the UK, hence, whether the car is imported or not isn’t an issue. It is however important for you to know that the model and specifications tend to vary from country to country and therefore the price may also differ in some circumstances.
There are two main types of import: one is the “parallel” which is purchased within Europe and the other is the “grey” import, which means purchased outside of Europe. Any car which is a parallel import can be easily estimated through our website, however, all grey imports require a manual valuation.
If your car is a grey import, that’s not a problem, you can contact us with its details which are registered in your V5 logbook and our team of experts will then contact you in return.
You can, but you would be required to possess an authorised letter from the legal owner. Also, the bank details must be same as on the V5 registration file for the owner. We would also require two forms of IDs for the owner, one should be an original photo ID and the other an evidence of the address dated within the past 3 months. The other two forms must be for the one selling the car on their behalf, both the same as stated for the legal owner.
We are completely aware of the sensitive nature of this matter. This is why our vehicle purchasers try their best to process this in a swift manner, without any delay. You too can make the process smoother by obtaining the power of attorney beforehand so that all legal requirements are met. We would also require you to show the death certificate of the deceased.
Yes, we will certainly be happy to provide you with an online valuation if the car has personalised registration. If you wish to keep the private plate, it’s quite simple to re-assign it to another car that you purchase in future. You can also put the personalised registration onto registration documentation so it can be later re-assigned or sold without facing any hassle. You would however be required to complete this prior to selling the car to us with the DVLA. For further details about personalised registration, locate the local DVLA office in your area or visit the online DVLA website.
You will be delighted to hear this! The outstanding road tax value is not included in the online estimation we provide. If you decide to sell your car to us, we will give you back the tax disk and you will only have to fill in the V14 form to claim for a refund.
It’s important that we establish that the person selling the vehicle is actually the owner, therefore we require the following details:
- Two forms of identification. One must be an original photo ID such as a passport. The other, proof of address; accepted forms include a utility bill or council tax letter dated within the last 90 days. Please note that both must match the name and address on the logbook.
- Road Tax disk.
- Both sets of car keys, if available.
- All service history and MOT certificates, if available.
- Bank details.
- V5 logbook/registration certificate. If the V5 logbook/registration certificate is still in the owner’s maiden name, you will need to bring a copy of your marriage certificate.
- If the vehicle has any finance still outstanding, we will require a letter with the settlement figure from the finance company.