One of the hardest tasks for a person who has lost someone is to decide what to do with their personal effects. The decision on what to do with sentimental and cherished items can be difficult but selling a car can be difficult logistically. Often a car dealer will not be interested in taking a car without a part exchange and selling a car privately can be difficult at the best of times let alone after a bereavement. Every day webuyanycar.com buy cars that are no longer needed, no matter what the car's value is, following a death in the family. Given our experience, we can help you through the sale of the car easily and sympathetically. All you have to do is follow our guide below as there are a few extra things we will need to know before purchasing the car.
Benefits of selling a car to us in the event of the death of its owner
Our valuation engine which can be used online to value cars will give exactly the same price to someone no matter what your circumstances
The amount you receive cannot be disputed and we can provide full documentation. This might be useful to you where proceeds of the sale may need to be distributed to more than one person or given to a solicitor who is acting on behalf of the estate.
We can buy cars all over the UK and we’re open 7 days a week so you’ll be safe in the knowledge that you can sell the car when it suits you.
We can buy any car you have so whether it’s worth £100,000+ or just a few hundred pounds we can buy it.
Please note: You don't need to put the car in your name in order to sell it to us.
Advice on how to sell a car when someone has passed away
This information together with the notes below are for guidance only. Please ensure you consult with professional advisors who will help you understand the steps required in order to be able to sell a deceased person's car or van. You must have the right to sell the car.
For further information issued by the Government click here