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How should a contract be worded for the purchase of a private second hand car and what details should be included?
I'm selling a car privately, but a couple of the tyres have a slight air leak near the rims and need topping up with air about once week. Do I have to disclose this?
My car is currently SORN. It passed the MoT in June 2017 but the exhaust fell off in November. Am I able to sell it on eBay? If so, how can a buyer legally get the car home?
We took my wife's car to Evans Halshaw on 27 December 2017. They appraised the car and made an offer, which we accepted. We completed all the paperwork, and were guided through the process by the salesman....
I've purchased a new car but haven't yet sold the old one. Do I need to keep this insured in the interim while I'm selling it?
What do you think is the best way of selling a one year old car, other than trading it in?
In early 2013, I bought a new BMW 640d M Sport Gran Coupe. I part exchanged it two years later for a new BMW M4. That cost me £32,000 in depreciation. I'm now thinking of selling my M4 at the three year...
What's the legal position over a car advertised as a private sale, but which appears to be from a trader? There's a car advertised on the local Gumtree as a private sale, but on closer inspection the same...
I have offered my 1996 Daihatsu Grand Move service manual on eBay and on the Daihatsu Owners Club, free plus cost of postage. I have had no interest. Have you any suggestions please?
I bought a 2014 Fiat 500C in April for £9995, but soon realised the little boot opening is not good enough for me. I enquired about exchanging it for hatchback version but only got offered £7000 for mine,...
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