If you've reached this page then it's highly likely that you need to sell your car. Type in the words "sell my car" in Google and you'll be presented with hundreds of websites claiming that they do just that.
There are three conventional routes when it comes to selling your car but which one should you choose? You could trade it in against the price of a car you wish to buy. You could sell it to a car buying company for cash or, if you want to get the most money, you could sell it privately.
You can now advertise your car on DesperateSeller.co.uk for free (normally (£14.99). Your car will appear on the website for 4 weeks. All you have to do is write a small review about your car and then place your advert.
If you want to sell your car privately then you can advertise your car on DesperateSeller.co.uk for just £14.99. Within a few minutes your car will appear on the site and stay on it for 4 weeks.
All you have to do is just enter some details about the car you’re selling, and you'll get an instant cash offer for your car. It’s a safe and convenient way to sell your car quickly.
DesperateSeller.co.uk was created back in 1999 specifically to help people sell their cars privately. It was aimed at people having trouble selling their car. So much trouble that they were in a state of "desperation" to sell their car quickly so that they could purchase their next one. The focus of the website has changed significantly since then where today we also focus on helping people find the cars they want.
Selling your car to a car dealer is probably the easiest and most common way of selling your car. It's better known as "part exchanging" and involves the dealer buying your car off you for a set price and then taking this price off of the price of your new car. The only downside to this approach is that the dealer is likely to value your car less than what it's actually worth.
An increasing number of people now sell their "cars for cash" online to car buying companies such as WeBuyAnyCar, WeWantAnyCar, WeBuyCarsToday, MotorWay, Wizzle and Tootle. It usually just involves entering the details of your car onto their website and then waiting for them to get back to you with the price that they're prepared to pay for it.
You'll usually get the best price by selling your car privately. This involves advertising on car classified websites such as DesperateSeller.co.uk.
If you're prepared to do a little legwork then selling your car privately is the best way to maximise the true value of your car. Thousands of car buyers look for cars for sale on the DesperateSeller.co.uk every week. Therefore, if you're prepared to take a couple of photos of your car and create your advert then you've got a really good chance of getting the most money when you sell it.
If you've not got any idea on how much your car is actually worth then head over to our used car valuations section. Simply select the make, model and year of your car and we will provide you with a rough market value to get you started.
Here's some advice you might find useful when the time is right to sell you car.
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The V5c document, also known as the Logbook, is the most important document you will need when selling your car. This document proves that you are the legal registered owner of the vehicle and can therefore sell it. All the vehicle details listed on the V5c should match the car that you’re selling.
Once you’ve agreed to sell the car ask the buyer to complete section 6 and section 10 with their details as the new keeper of the car. Both you and the seller need to sign the declaration in section 8. Tear off section 8 and give it to the buyer so they can prove that they are the new owner. You then need to return the rest of the V5c to the DVLA.
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