An expert consultant will be in touch via phone call within 2 hours of application during business operating hours.
No, our service is completely FREE to you!
When we purchase your car, it is immediately registered in Sell My Car Quick’s name.
You will receive payment immediately when your car is purchased.
We pride ourselves on being straightforward, quick and easy to deal with. With Sell My Car Quick, you’ll get an accurate offer on your car. Others may only provide you with an automatically generated amount that’s not a true reflection of your car’s worth.
When we make an offer after your car is evaluated, then that offer is the price we will buy your car for.
- We need to establish that the person selling the vehicle is its owner.
- That is why we need you to have the following:
- Registration papers
- All sets of car keys
- Service history book
- Your bank account details
- When we book your appointment, we will confirm all items and paperwork you need to have with you.
We will pay the agreed sale price into your account by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT).
As with all EFT payments, standard bank processing times apply.
Please don’t forget to take all your personal belongings from the car prior to your appointment.
Once we talk on the phone and reach an agreement on the value of your car, we will arrange an evaluation. If we find the condition of your car is as you described, we will pay you instantly.
If the condition of your car is not as you described, we will discuss the price with you further.
This could be because we believe the car’s value is affected by its history or condition, such as unusual features, customisation, excessive kilometres or service history.
Selling a car privately takes time and effort, whether it’s taking and uploading photos, or waiting for buyers who are not serious or who don’t turn up at all.
Sell My Car Quick = get the offer you deserve and move on.
The VIN, or Vehicle Identification Number, is a unique code that identifies your car and is always 17 characters in length. The VIN can be found on the car itself, either on the dashboard, or on one of the door posts (where the door latches when it is closed).
The car’s VIN is also displayed on the registration certificate and insurance policy documentation.