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Sell my car in Cambridge
If you live in Cambridge or the surrounding Cambridgeshire area and you are thinking of selling your car, then you are able to get an instant online car valuation today from
The process is easy, all you need to do is enter your car registration into the license plate and click to 'Get Valuation'.
We can buy your car today and we come to you!
Our mobile purchasing units are nationwide and we have purchasers situated in the Cambridge area who will visit you at your home address to assess your vehicle.
In addition to visiting you at your home address if you decide to sell your car to us then we will pay you by instant bank transfer and you will be able to confirm
the money is in your bank account before our vehicle purchaser leaves for their next appointment in the Cambridge area.
More about Cambridge and the surrounding area
Cambridge is renowned for its exemplary University of Cambridge which dates back to 1209 and for its beautiful riverside views and punting tours, amongst many other things.
Did you know the university has won the most Nobel Prizes in physics, a grand total of 29 times, and their total Nobel Prize count totals 89 - with the competition, Oxford University,
dragging their heels with 58 in total.
The University of Cambridge has had a vast number of famous students from Lord Byron - who kept a bear in his dorm as he was told he couldn't have a dog, Oliver Cromwell, John Milton,
Charles Darwin, Alan Turing, Sir David Attenborough and Stephen Hawking - to name only a few!
A tradition synonymous with the city is, of course, the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, this takes place between the university's rowing teams up the River Thames in London; with the first race
back in 1829, this is a tradition that will seemingly never cease to exist.
Did you know that Cambridge has the highest number of residents, 25%, who cycle to work every day compared to the rest the UK? Back in 2009, a study revealed that Cambridge residents actually
spend more per head on takeaway meals than any other city in Britain; perhaps that's why they cycle so much?