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Options For Selling Your Teen's Old Car

Phillip Wade

Has your teen has gone off to college so they no longer need the car that you purchased for them to use in high school? If you are looking to sell that car but are not sure how you want to sell it, you have a couple of options for getting rid of the vehicle. You want to get the most money for your investment, but spending a lot of time marketing the car and showing it can be inconvenient. Below are a few options for selling the car quickly and efficiently.

Used Car Dealership

If you don't want to deal with any sales tactics, take the vehicle to a used car dealership in Peterborough and see how much they will buy the car for. When used car dealerships are low on inventory and don't get all that they need at local auctions, they look for used cars to put on the lot. You can get a good price or the car and get the paperwork signed over quickly if you take it to a dealership, and they don't always expect you to buy a car.

Online Classified Site

The online auto trading and classified sites are a great way to compare your car to others and to sell your car, but you may not want to answer dozens of emails or calls. Instead, advertise the car with one time that everyone can come and look at it. If you state a day and time when people who are interested can come and look at it or drive it and say no phone calls or emails, you will end up with a few people that are seriously interested, and then you don't have to waste your time. You should also ask people who are using a loan to bring a preapproval letter. This will also help weed out buyers who are not serious.

These are just a few of the things that you can do to get rid of your teen's old car quickly and to put some money back in your pocket after they are done using the vehicle. Selling the car privately is going to take more of your time, and you are going to get people that want to negotiate and make low ball offers. If you don't want to deal with that, take the vehicle to a couple of used car dealerships or list it online and see who will pay top price.


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