Selling your car can seem like a daunting prospect, but SCCS car buying service exists to make it as easy for you as possible. Not only do we have an easy car valuation technique through which we buy cars, we also have a wide range of articles that give you helpful advice on just about anything related to selling your car. If you’re still not sure about whether or not selling your car is the right decision, Scrap Car Collection is here to guide you. Our focus is what you need you to do once you’ve decided to sell your car and you want to set the wheels in motion.
Finding The Right Buyer
If you are looking for right buyer to sell your car then Scrap Car Collection Services makes selling your old car much easier than it can be otherwise. We are working in industry last 12 year and have wide range of customers. It’s quick and easy to sell your car with us – all you have to do is to submit our get a quote form and wait for a moment and relax, our agent will contact you within three working hours – you don’t need to do anything other than relax.
Resolving Finance Issues
One potential stumbling block to a smooth sale can be outstanding finance that you’ve still got to pay on your vehicle. If you’re the sole owner of the car this won’t be an issue, but you could find yourself in trouble if you sell the car on with money still to pay. We will help you to pay off the outstanding balance, but you should be transparent about your position.
Ensuring V5C is In Place
While there are a few documents that you should have ready when you sell your car, by far the most essential is the V5C (logbook). Ideally, you should know where your V5C is and identify the sections that you need to fill out to complete the sale, but there are solutions if you know you’ve lost or don’t have the form. The best thing to do is to apply for a new logbook. If you do this at the start of the sales process you can make sure that it arrives in time for everything to be handed over smoothly on the date of the sale. It is possible to work around the lack of a logbook even if you don’t have one at the time of the sale, but it’s much easier (and cheaper) to resolve the issue in advance.
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