Free Car Valuation the quick, convenient way to value your car. If you’re looking to uncover your car’s value, simply enter your number plate below to get your FREE valuation in under a minute.


Get a car valuation in under 60 seconds

You can quickly receive up-to-date value of your car based on the model, mileage, and number of previous owners using our free valuation tool.

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1. Enter your registration

Simply enter your vehicle’s registration number to begin your free car valuation.

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2. Get your free valuation

Receive your valuation based on market value, demand and seasonality.

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3. Book an appointment

Simply book an appointment at one of our 300+ UK branches.


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Why value your car with

  • 24-hour price guarantee

    Your valuation is guaranteed for 24-hours after you obtain your quote.

  • No obligation to sell

    We don't use pushy sales tactics but provide a hassle-free assessment of your vehicle.

  • We can settle any finance

    Looking to sell a car with remaining finance? No problem, we can settle it!

  • Sell your car in under an hour

    Selling your car has never been quicker or simpler than it is with It takes less than an hour!

  • Avoid the hassle of a lengthy private sale

    Dodge the hassle and monotony of a private car sale with our quick, convenient car buying service.

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Factors that affect your car’s value

A car’s value is affected by a number of factors, including the age of the vehicle, mileage, damage, demand and seasonality. Below are the primary factors that could affect your car’s value:

  • Depreciation

    The age of a car will affect how it’s valued, with the majority of the value being lost within the first year of ownership. After this, the depreciation curve is less steep, however, a car could lose up to 50% of its value over a period of three years.

  • Mileage

    The mileage of a vehicle indicates how much it has been driven historically. Generally, a car with lower mileage will be worth more than the same vehicle with higher mileage where all other factors are the same. Therefore, the fewer miles a car has accumulated over its lifetime, the less the value is likely to have depreciated.

  • Service history

    A car that has been serviced at regular intervals indicates the car has been well maintained by the previous owner(s). As such, gaps in the service history or not having service history records at all could negatively impact the car’s valuation and make it more difficult to sell.

  • Manufacturer warranty

    Selling a car with manufacturer’s warranty provides reassurances to the buyer and has a positive impact on the value.

  • Damage

    Aesthetic or structural damage to a car will have a negative impact on the value. Our car valuation tool will assume there is no damage to your vehicle - to ensure your valuation is accurate you can add any damage prior to booking an appointment.

  • Previous owners

    Generally, the fewer previous owners a car has had, the more it is worth. A large number of previous owners could indicate unresolved problems with the vehicle.

  • Optional extras

    There are various optional extras available on new cars, which may positively impact the desirability and value of the car. This can include aesthetic features such as upgraded alloys, through to features that improve the comfort, such as heated seats.

  • Seasonality

    A car’s value can differ depending on the current market conditions, time of year and demand. Therefore, the time you choose to sell your car can have an impact on your valuation. For example, a convertible car is likely to be in higher demand in the summer months, whilst a 4x4 is likely to be more appealing during the winter months.


What information do I need to value my car?

Our free car valuation tool is incredibly simple and easy to use. To ensure you can get a valuation in under 60 seconds, we recommend you have the following details to hand:

  • Your car’s registration plate

  • The car’s mileage

  • The number of previous owners

  • The level of service history (E.g. Full, part, none)

  • Your name

  • Your email address

  • Your postcode – to find your nearest branch

  • Your telephone number

  • Any damage to your vehicle

To ensure you get the most accurate figure possible, our system may add a few additional questions depending on the car make and model you enter. For example, some models often come with a built-in SatNav system or leather seats, and by providing those extra details, your valuation may be adjusted.


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