Frequently Ask Questions
It is illegal to transfer a vehicle with outstanding finance. The car remains the property of the finance company until you have paid for it. You will need to settle the financing if you wish to sell the vehicle. You have several options to settle the finance.
Good Auto Deals will help you sell your car to the UK's largest car-buying community. We recommend that you price your car accurately and fairly to help sell it.
The car's manual, service logbook (plus receipts), and the MOT certificate will need to be handed over. Older MOT certificates and maintenance receipts might be appreciated by buyers. You will need a receipt detailing the details of the sale, including the price, registration number, make, and model. Your name and address will be required. The DVLA will need to know that the car was sold. Fill in the bottom of the V5C (registration) document if your car has one. The top piece will need to be given to the buyer along with other paperwork.
We update our car valuations daily so you’re constantly getting an accurate and up-to-date value for your car.
Generally, cars with higher mileages have lower resale values because they tend to have tremendous levels of wear and tear. Several factors decide a car’s value, however. These involve how well a car is looked after, any extra features included, and how rare or desirable color or trim
That’s up to you. Private sale costs tend to be a bit more expensive, so you’ll probably get more money, plus you’re likely to reach a wider audience. Part-exchange is convenient though, as you’re not left without a car and can often complete the transaction in one deal.