So you’ve received your online car valuation and want to know what comes next. You’ll be pleased to learn that we strive to make every step as simple and convenient as possible, much like our online car valuation engine!
If you’re happy with the quote you got online and would like to sell your car with us, you can book at appointment at one of our 200+ webuyanycar.com branches all across the UK. In fact, the average distance any customer would have to travel to reach their nearest branch is just 4 miles; it doesn’t get much more convenient than that! You can usually find our pods located in retail centres or industrial parks, but your nearest branches will be recommended to you on the appointment booking page. To ensure you get the best possible price, there’s plenty to you do to spruce up your vehicle, so be sure to check out our page on How to Get the Best Price for Your Car.
At the appointment, you’ll be greeted by one of our friendly and knowledgeable Branch Managers, who will explain the whole process to you and walk you through the car selling process. The VP will take you outside for a quick inspection of the car’s exterior and interior, just to be sure the car is in the same condition you stated during your online car valuation, then it’s on to sign the paperwork. Once any required adjustments have been made to your valuation (should there be any newly-discovered damage or missing items), you can opt to sell your car then and there. Selling your car has never been simpler!
What to bring to your appointment?
We mentioned the essential bits and bobs you’ll need to bring to your appointment, but here’s a recap just in case:
• V5 Logbook/reg certificate
• Service history and MOT certificates
• Extra paperwork and records related to any car modifications or customisations
• Both sets of car keys
• Bank details of car owner/seller
• Finance settlement letter if appropriate
• Essential extras including wheel locking nut, radio security codes etc.
This is also a great checklist for anyone looking to buy their next car, especially if buying privately. Be sure to check if the new vehicle has each of the essential items with it before you agree to buy, this guide on why you shouldn’t buy a car without a V5 Logbook is a good insight into why.
So now you know how the entire online car valuation and car selling process works. It’s so quick and simple that in many cases, you can get your online car valuation, attend an appointment and sell your car all in one day!