Can you recommend a car-buying site?

I believe that on several occasions you have recommended a particular car-buying site. May I have the details please.

Asked on 24 August 2013 by AM, via email

Answered by Honest John
That would be They don't buy your car. They put it through a special low cost auction for private vendors. Your car gets offered to a hall full of buyers, not just one. You can do very well or not so well. It depends on the car and who is bidding on the particular day.

But it's completely safe. You won't get bothered by phone calls in the middle of the night and undesirables on your doorstep. You won't have to give anyone an illegal (uninsured) 'test drive' and you get your money in four working days. However, it now seems that BCA that runs has also bought
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