Sell my car in Norwich
If you live in Norwich or the surrounding Norfolk and East Anglia 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 Norwich 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 to attend their next appointment in the East Anglian area.
More about Norwich and the surrounding area
A city in East Anglia, Norwich sits on the banks of the River Wensum and used to be the largest city in the UK after London from the Middle Ages all the way through to
the Industrial Revolution in around 1840 - which is over 700 years! It's therefore not surprising that the first newspaper to be published outside of the capital
city was in Norwich in 1701.
Norwich has even more surprising 'firsts' to add to the one above many of which are perhaps lesser-known! For example, did you know that the first woman to publish a
book in English was in Norwich? It was also the first place in the country to have postcodes!
Norwich Cathedral is home to the UK's second highest spire, standing tall at 315ft this spire is just behind the tallest spire at Salisbury Cathedral which stands
at 466ft tall. The cathedral was completed in 1145, 49 years after construction had started.
Norwich and the surrounding county is the birthplace of many famous faces including inventor James Dyson, actress Olivia Colman, YouTuber and actress Tanya Burr,
author Philip Pullman and actress Zoe Telford!
To learn more about this historic city you can visit the Norwich Castle which houses archaeological collections, fine art and natural history exhibits.