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The Car Expert’s car selling advice can help get you get the best result when selling your car.

Selling your car can be a stressful event, and quite a hassle. Whether you’re selling privately, part-exchanging at a dealership as part of buying your next car or selling to a specialist car buying service, it’s difficult to know whether you’re getting a fair price for your car.

The Car Expert’s car selling advice can help get you get the best result when selling your car. A whole host of online car buying and car valuation companies have sprung up in recent years, so it’s easier than ever to get a good understanding of what your car is really worth before you put it up for sale.

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All our car selling articles

How to complete a private sale

You’ve prepped your car, written a great ad and got the price right. Here are our tips on how to follow through to a successful sale.

The best sites to value your car

What are the best sites to value your car? There are several organisations offering car valuations, so we've pulled together our top choices.

Can I rely on used car price guide websites?

Are used car values a science, random, or a bit of a game? We look at where they come from, what affects them and offer some advice.

Top tips for selling your car privately

By selling privately, you could get a higher price than part exchange from a dealer or a car buying service. Here are our tips for going it alone.

Things you need to declare to your insurance provider

Being completely transparent with your insurer is the best way forward. With that in mind, you should tell your insurer if these things happen.

The best websites for selling your car

Selling your car is quick and easy these days thanks to the internet – but which sites offer the best option? Here's our handy guide.

Car owners losing money to avoid hassle when selling

Two thirds of car owners are willing to accept less money when selling their car if it means saving time and hassle, new research has found.

Is now a good time to sell your second car?

Current used car values are high thanks to new car supply constraints, so we breakdown whether you should sell your second car and when.

How to sell a modified car

Looking to sell your modified car? This handy guide will show you the next steps, including where to sell and how to set your price.

How much is my car really worth?

Curious about how much your car is worth? We help you understand how car dealers calculate values and the jargon they use to value your car.

Can you sell your car if it has outstanding finance?

Trying to sell your car can be quite the hassle, and things certainly get confusing when the car has outstanding finance. Whatever your agreement, we talk you through your options.

The pros and cons of private sale, part exchange and car buying services

Looking to sell your car? Whether your interested in part exchange deals, car buying services or a private sale, we breakdown the pros and cons of each.

What happens to the road tax when you sell your car?

When you sell your car, you need to tell the DVLA or risk being fined £1,000. We explain how it all works and how sort your road tax when selling a car.

How can I get more money for my part-exchange?

Today's #AskTCE article will help you make sure you get the best price you possibly can when you sell your car, whether it's a part-exchange or a private sale. Tick all of these boxes and you will maximise your car's value.

Part-exchange prices: Why is my car’s value so low?

One of car buyers' biggest complaints is that dealers offer them a pathetic amount of money to part-exchange their car. So why is this?

How to sell your car for cash

Do you plan to sell your car privately? Are you concerned about money laundering and counterfeiting? You probably should be.

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