How to Sell Your Car with WeScrapCar?
It's simple to sell your car with WeScrapCar. You have two options for selling your car: either privately or entirely online. While there is no assurance, both choices will typically provide you with more money than the average trade-in value at the dealership.
Quick facts on How to Sell Your Car with WeScrapCar!
- Selling your automobile 100% online with WeScrapCar is the quickest method.
- As is always the case with a private car sale, posting a for-sale ad will offer you control over the vehicle's asking price (and a better chance of achieving a higher price).
- Read our guide to the Best Ways to Sell Your Car if you want to look into alternatives to what we have to offer.
Option 1: Completely Online Car Sales!
We can all reach a far bigger audience of potential automobile consumers thanks to the internet. We are no longer constrained by word-of-mouth, newspaper classifieds, or the trade-in offer from the nearby dealership. With online car sales, you may determine the value of your car more precisely, locate a willing buyer, and finish the deal in days as opposed to weeks.
Your vehicle will receive a fast cash offer thanks to a partnership. We'll produce an offer sourced from our dealership network in under two minutes if you enter a few facts, including your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) or license plate number.
You can arrange for your automobile to be picked up once you've received an offer for it. Get hold of the title or lien information for your car, a form of government-issued identification (such as a driver's license), and take a picture of the odometer. You'll sign a few pieces of paperwork once we pick up the car, and you'll then get paid either by check or direct deposit. Just get an offer, arrange to have your car picked up, and you'll get compensated.
Put Your Car Up For Private Sale!
You can also post your car, however, it won't sell as quickly as doing it entirely online. Some buyers still favor managing the entire car-selling process themselves. We can assist you in finding eager buyers easily if you want to establish your vehicle's for-sale price, connect with buyers, and handle the sale yourself. What you need to do is as follows:
Getting all the required paperwork together is the first step in selling your car to an individual. You must transfer the vehicle's title to the new owner in every state. You can obtain a title transfer form from your state's Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and pay the required cost. Depending on where you sell your automobile, you may also require a few other documents in addition to a title transfer.
Sales Bill. This shows how the car has changed hands. It contains details on the buyer and seller, the date of the transaction, and frequently the sale price, VIN, and mileage of the vehicle.
Limitation of Liability. This is a notification that the car is no longer in your possession to the Department of motor vehicles in your state. By doing this, the seller is shielded from any infractions the new owner might incur while driving the vehicle, like a parking ticket or crash.
Disclosure Statement for odometers. This is a record of the miles on your car as of the transaction. In essence, it serves as confirmation that the mileage shown on the car's odometer is accurate and has not been altered.
2. Get Your Car Ready!
A private seller should prepare their car for sale as if they were looking to buy it themselves, following the golden rule of treating others how they want to be treated. Wash your automobile thoroughly, paying close attention to the wheels. Scrub the spokes' inside edges and get some tire-shine products. You should vacuum the interior seats, carpets, and floor mats. Clean any hard surfaces, inside and out, and Windex your windows!
3. Capture Images!
Beyond competitive pricing, the best method to get customers interested in your car is with a collection of excellent, accurate photos. Take numerous inside and exterior pictures, and if your car has any glaring flaws, take pictures of those as well. If potential buyers are not unpleasantly startled when they arrive to test drive your vehicle, they are more likely to make an offer.
List Your Vehicle!
It's time to list your automobile for sale at last after collecting the necessary papers, detailing, and taking photos of it. To build your listing, provide the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), specifications, a description, your location, and a lead photo for your car. You can also use the Instant Market Value to help you determine the price.
You won't need to give out your phone number to strangers after entering all this information because you'll be able to post more images and get in touch with purchasers safely via our anonymous email system.
Remember that in order to receive other car history reports, they will require the VIN. Check your state's rules for selling your car online after finding a buyer. Be sure to indicate on the bill of sale that you are selling yours "as-is."
Selling a Vehicle You Owe Money For!
If you still owe money on your vehicle, you can still sell it through us, either as a private listing or entirely online. Read our article on how to sell a car that you haven't paid off for additional details.
Selling Your Vehicle to a Person in Another State!
Although the regulations for selling vehicles vary by state, the procedure is usually not too complicated. Make sure you and the buyer have the necessary documentation and that they are aware of what they will need to move the car out of state.