How much is ex-driving instructor car worth?

I’ve just changed my driving instructor car and I’m looking at selling my old one. The car is a Hyundai i10 SE automatic it’s a 17 plate with 79,000 miles on the clock, it’s in good condition with full service history and a few scratches. Are there any complications of selling this car that I should be aware of and what sort of price point should I put it at (most i10s of a similar age and mileage are online for around £7,500-£8,000)?

Asked on 6 January 2023 by Katherine

Answered by Andrew Brady
It's no different to selling any other car, really. You don't have to declare it as an ex-driving school car, although you might wish to do so for your own peace of mind. If it's got dual-controls (or holes in the carpet where they were fitted), that'd be a bit of a giveaway - but possibly a selling point to another driving instructor. This should give you an idea of value:
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