4 Important Reasons Why One Should Go For Junk Car Buyers Online

Your car had a good run and even served you well during its life expectancy, but now it is now time to buy a new vehicle and sell this old one – is that the case?

The problem that arises is whether to sell this car to junk buyers or put it online on websites that sell & buys old articles. Setting up your vehicle for online listing can be a tiresome activity as you have to deal with dozens of buyers and have to entangle your brain in some negotiations to grab the best deal.

That is not the case with junk car buyers, they don’t eat your brain even, you call them, they pick your car and you get paid out with a good amount that too on the same day – sounds interesting right?

Following are the few benefits that will explain why one should go for junk car buyers online:

1. You get paid out instant

Posting car online for selling takes a lot of time and even more time to get the money in exchange. It takes at least quite a week to look for buyers and set a great deal. If your backyard wants to be emptied in urgent, better call the junk car buyers, as they tow your car for free & even pays the amount on the same day of the towing.

2. Great price no matter what condition the vehicle is in

The best part is you don’t have to worry about the condition of your vehicle and spend in its repair before disposing of it for final as these buyers take the car in any shape & condition. Even if your car is without engine or spare parts, with dents or certain damages, they will still tow it.

3. Don’t you feel your time is important

Putting the cars for online selling & then waiting for the consumers to turn out with good deals never happens in a day. You not only have to wait for the buyers but also have to make sure the following checklist is all met with the buyer’s need:

– Have to clean the vehicle inside out.

– Have to take a clear & detailed picture of the vehicle to post.

– Putting a compelling description below the listing.

– Making communication with prospective buyers regarding the selling process.

– Scheduling the meetups & inspection for the buyers.

– Selling the cars with the good or desired deal.

But that is not the case with junk car buyers as they don’t expect you to meet these check-list points, they take away the car in any condition – on the same day you booked the appointment.

4. No need to beware of scammers

The task of selling cars on such websites is dubious for many as it is risky to plan a meetup and prevent oneself from frauds or scammers. But these junk car sites are quite reliable as they enter a contract first and even get you your money on the same day – the risk becomes less.

Try these buyers when you are in a hurry, want your backyard to be cleaned in an instant, want to buy the brand new car and most important want the money in the bank account to the earliest.

FTC Used Car Rule – Part 2

IF YOU CONDUCT A USED CAR TRANSACTION IN SPANISH, you must post a Spanish language Buyers Guide on the vehicle before you display it for sale.

The Buyers Guide has two versions: One says “As Is – No Warranty;” the other says “Implied Warranties Only.”

As Is – No Warranty. If state law allows it, and you choose not to offer a warranty – written or implied – you must use the “Implied Warranties Only” version.

Warranty. If you offer the vehicle with an express warranty, you must check the box next to the heading “Warranty” and complete that section of the Guide. Warranties required by state law must be disclosed in this section. Contact your state Attorney General about state warranty requirements. In some states, use of the As Is – No Warranty Buyers Guide may be legally sufficient to eliminate implied warranties. To determine exactly which version of the Buyers Guide you should use, contact the FTC or your state Attorney General.

You MUST list the percentage of repair costs are covered by the warranty and if a deductible will be charged. You must list the systems that are covered and the length of the warranty for each system. The Rule prohibits the use of shorthand phrases such as “drive train” or “power train” because these phrases are not specifically clear which components are actually included.

If the manufacturers warranty has not expired, check the “Warranty ” box and in the “systems covered/duration” section write: “MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY STILL APPLIES. The disclosure must be stated in this exact language. Using phrases such as “balance of factory warranty” is not sufficient.

You must give the buyer the original copy of the vehicle’s Buyers Guide at the close of the sale. The guide must reflect all final changes. The buyer must sign that they have received a copy of the Buyers Guide with all changes reflected.

Two publications are available to help you comply with these and other federal regulations: A Businessperson’s Guide to Federal Warranty Law and A Legal Supplement to Federal Warranty Law. Both are available from the FTC. Call toll-free 877-FTC-HELP, or write: Consumer Response Center, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, DC 20580.

How to Sell Your Car Part 2: How to Find Buyers

Today, the preparations are over and you are ready to locate some buyers.

Notice that I said you are ready to “locate buyers” instead of “advertise your car.” This is an important and intentional distinction. There is a big difference between putting a for sale sign in the window and being proactive about selling your vehicle.

“For Sale” signs won’t sell your car. You have to sell your car. To do that, you have to locate a buyer.

The first step in locating buyers is to make yourself easy to find.

Put your car everywhere. eBay, Craigslist, Cars.com, AutoTrader, Twitter, Facebook, your blog, your church bulletin board, your bulletin board at work, the bulletin board at the gym, and on and on.

Many of the listing sights, such as Cars.com, will allow you to print up a really attractive flyer for your listing. It should be in color, have pictures, and have all necessary information including the price you decided on in my previous article on preparing sell your car.

Make sure all of your listings are consistent and put as many pictures up as the site will permit. Make sure you take lots of clear pictures and be prepared to e-mail more as necessary.

The next step in locating buyers is talking to people.

I was shocked that after only a couple of months with a Facebook account, I had over 200 “friends.” Do I really know 200 people? I guess so. You probably do to. Make it your goal that every one of those people will know that you have a car for sale. Every. One.

Even though you put flyers everywhere, remember that flyers aren’t responsible for selling your car either. Putting up flyers isn’t the end goal, selling the car is. So be proactive.

Send out an e-mail blast to your friends with a few moderately sized photos. Talk to everyone at work. Talk to everyone at the gym. Talk to everyone at the church. Don’t be shy.

Ask them, “Did you see my flyer on the bulletin board? I’m selling my 2002 Wrangler, if you know anyone.” That’s it! How much time did that take? Two seconds? No pressure. No sales tactics. And it will be worth while when you hear, “You know, my cousin is looking for one of those. I’ll take him a flyer.”

The final step in locating buyers is following up.

If someone e-mails you, e-mail them back. If someone calls you, call them back. If someone is taking a flyer to their cousin, ask how that went and see if you can get their e-mail to send some more photos.

You don’t have to be obnoxious or annoying, but you also don’t have to wait for someone to beg you for your car before you actually try to sell it.

If you follow these three steps, you shouldn’t have any trouble locating buyers for your well priced, clean, and inspected vehicle.

Next step, what to do once you have a buyer.