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One of the oldest habits of us humans is trade, and one which will most likely evolve or change very little until the end of time. So if you are interested in buying or selling anything, there are a myriad of ways to go about it, but today we are going to address that and help you sell your old car. You own a car that has seen better days, and you want to sell it for a tidy profit, but are not fully certain on how to do all that. No problem, we are here to help.

Which Way?

First of all, you want to think about how you want to sell your car. Now there are three basic ways you can go about this: trade your car in, which only works if you want to purchase a car from the dealership, which is convenient because you will not have to market the car to any potential buyers, but the downside of this is that you will probably not get as much for your car as you would from a private sale. Now a private sale, our second method, is where you will get more for your vehicle, as you are selling it on your own. You are, however, going to have to do all the legwork to find prospective car buyers, which you can do with the help of this very convenient little site, and of course, negotiate a satisfactory sale price. Of course, you can also simply sell your car to a dealership, which will offer you a free, no-obligation cash offer for your ride, which is fast and simple, and you even get a set period to decide whether you want to redeem it.


Before you even advertise your vehicle for sale, you have to make sure that all the correct paperwork is in order. Make sure you have your car title, without which you can not sell the car to a private party, your vehicle history report which you gain access to with your Vehicle Identification Number or VIN, which states the number of owners, the title status, any significant accidents and so on. Your service records will demonstrate that your vehicle is properly maintained and free of difficulties, as would any necessary documents, bills of sale, and so on if you live in the United States.

Get the Word Out

Now all that remains is to get the word out there through a myriad of ways. Tell your friends, your family, and your acquaintances that you are selling your car. Tell them to tell all their friends, maybe advertise a little on social media, or even hang up a few posters in your area. When taking pictures, consider every angle, outside and inside, and all the little dents and bruises your car may have, so you do not end up having problems with any potential buyers. And then you wait.

You are practically set to sell your car now, make sure you follow all the proper procedures and research on any laws and regulations before you make a decision on anything. Consult friends and family for any potential assistance they may be able to offer. Selling anything is really no big deal nowadays, but especially if it is your first time selling something of this size, you want to do everything right to avoid any potential headaches.