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Selling your car: Step 3

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Why should I sell my car to

We cut out any hassle of selling privately. You don't have to meet strangers who often don't even turn up and you'll save the cost of advertising in magazines/newspapers or online. We have car buyers throughout the country

We will come to you at a time and place convenient for you (usually your home, but we can come to your workplace). So you don't have to drive your car to us, then have the expense of travel costs to get back home once we buy your car. Car buyers arrive in branded vans and uniforms

Unlike some other car buying companies, we don't charge for inspecting the vehicle. We have car buyers throughout the country, who wear our uniform and will arrive to see you in one of our vans, so you will know exactly who has come to buy your car.

Instant bank transfer is standard and we pay you before we leave. The car is then the property of, and we will arrange for the car to be collected once you are happy that you have received payment into your account.

Latest News

Best Cars For New Drivers - 08 December 2016
Best Cars For New Drivers
Automotive expert Hpi have released the top ten best cars ideal for new drivers. Not only do they hold their valuation over time, but they are also the cheapest to run. It was calculated based on factors including price, insurance, fuel consumption, tax and emissions. Philip Nothard, retail specialist at Hpi said: "The Suzuki Celerio came out top in our best buy survey with a total cost of motoring of £7,099.95, ahead of the Dacia Sandero at £7,212 and the Peugeot 108 at £7,646." The full list is: Suzuki Celerio Hatchback, Dacia Sandero Diesel Hatchback, Peugeot 108 Hatchback, Dacia Logan MCV Diesel Estate, Toyota Aygo Hatchback, Citroen C1 Hatchback, Nissan Micra Hatchback Special Edition, Suzuki Swift Hatchback, Nissan Note Hatchback Special Edition, Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe. The costing is based on a range of criteria including the cost of the vehicle itself, servicing and road tax, insurance and fuel costs. "The key thing to remember when buying or selling a car," continues Nothard. "Is to always do your homework. Find out what you should be paying and do the necessary checks. It really does pay to be thorough." Read more...
Don't Motor on Meds - 08 December 2016
Dont Motor on Meds
GEM Motoring Assist, the road safety and breakdown organisation, have released a new leaflet to warn motorists about the effects of medication on driving. Entitled 'Don't Motor on Meds' the leaflet offers advice on driving while taking prescription drugs as part of Gem's long-term initiative to raise awareness of the issue. GEM road safety officer Neil Worth said: "You may not be aware that your driving can be compromised by medicinal drugs. Therefore you could be breaking the law without realising." Some cold and 'flu treatments as well as painkillers can cause drowsiness, reducing a driver's ability to concentrate on the driving task. It's a sobering thought, because driving under the influence of drugs, even some prescribed by a doctor, is a criminal offence. Along with the leaflet, Gem has also produced a video which shows how certain medicines can affect driving. "It's very important to read labels and seek advice from healthcare professionals before driving," continues Worth. "If you face a risk that your driving may be impaired, then either don't drive or ask for a medicine that won't cause drowsy side-effects." Read more...
A Note of Caution From the FTA - 07 December 2016
A Note of Caution From the FTA
The Freight Transport Association (FTA) has responded to the Government's announcement of changes to the structure of the rail network, but they strike a note of caution. Chris MacRae, FTA's Head of Rail Freight Policy, said: "A year ago FTA submitted its views on rail reform to the Shaw Review and produced a document on the institutional needs of rail freight which stressed the need for freight to have protections as a GB-wide activity. Most freight flows across a Network Rail Route boundary so it is important that it is not treated second class in any rail reform that more closely aligns passenger franchises with infrastructure delivery." Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has said he will create a joined-up team approach with train operators where the changes bring closer integration of passenger train franchises and infrastructure delivery and consider the possibility for future joint ventures to deliver these. Read more...
New, Improved Dacia Models - 07 December 2016
New, Improved Dacia Models
Dacia have announced their UK pricing and specifications for the new Sandero, Sandero Stepway and Logan MCV. The new models feature upgraded interior, exterior and equipment that includes more efficient SCe 75 1.0-litre engines for the Sandero and Logan MCV, a new lighting signature that introduces LED daytime running lights to the whole Dacia range, as is a DAB radio. There will be new multimedia satellite-navigation and rear parking sensors as standard on Laureate versions and air conditioning now standard on ambiance versions and above. The new Sandero is priced from £5,995, the new Sandero Stepway from £8,795 and the new Logan MCV from £6,995. Read more...
New Insignia - the Grand Sport - 07 December 2016
New Insignia - the Grand Sport
Vauxhall has released the first pictures of its all-new Insignia Grand Sport. Following on from the previous generation, which won the European Car of the Year in 2009, and sold over 30,000 in the UK last year, the Insignia Grand Sport is based on a completely new vehicle architecture. It is also the first Vauxhall with an active aluminium bonnet, improving pedestrian protection considerably. "Vauxhall is raising its game even further with the launch of the new Insignia Grand Sport," said Rory Harvey, Vauxhall's Chairman and Managing Director. "It has all of the virtues of its successful smaller brother the Astra, and takes those to a higher level. The Insignia Grand Sport will set new standards for design, efficiency, technology and connectivity when it debuts next year at the Geneva Motor Show." Read more...
VW's Transporter Wins Again - 02 December 2016
VWs Transporter Wins Again
The Volkswagen Transporter Van has continued its winning streak during 2016 by being named as both the Best Medium Van and the Commercial Vehicle of the Year at this year's Commercial Fleet Awards. The Transporter's and market leading residual values gave it the edge over its rivals in the hotly contested medium van sector of the LCV market. The sixth-generation Transporter versatility, smooth economical engines and comprehensive safety features were all highlighted as reasons why it topped the list. The impressive list of safety options includes Adaptive Cruise Control, City Emergency Braking System and High Beam Assist. Stephen Briers, editor-in-chief of Commercial Fleet commented: "The Transporter is packed with safety technology and improved engines with best-in-class build quality and the highest residual values in the sector. Combined with a strong dealer network and excellent running costs, it makes the Transporter a clear winner for the Medium Van award." Read more...

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