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Our car valuation tool only requires a few details about you and your car to provide an accurate valuation. Before you start your online valuation, we would recommend having the following details on hand:




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By selling your car to webuyanycar, we can transfer the money into your bank the same day, which can help you get a bigger discount on your next car. Before you part-exchange your car at a dealership, you should value your car in less than 30 seconds by entering your reg and a few additional details.


We really do buy any car regardless of the number of miles the car has covered. However, a car that has covered more miles is likely to have more wear and tear, which will mean the resale value of the car may be lower than an identical car that has covered fewer miles.


Many factors are considered when providing an accurate valuation of your car, such as how your car has been looked after, optional extras included and the popularity of the colour and trim of the vehicle.


Unfortunately, something that cannot be avoided is that all cars depreciate over time. As soon as a new car is driven off the forecourt it will lose a percentage of its value. The more expensive the value of the new car, the faster it tends to depreciate.


We do in fact buy any car, however, there might be some cars that will require a manual valuation due to the age of the vehicle. To receive a manual valuation, you will need to provide us with the details of your car via email to wbac-valuations@webuyanycar.com.


For example, spring is a great time to sell a convertible as the weather improves and demand for this type of car increases. Conversely, you may find as we enter autumn and winter, interest in 4x4s and SUVs rise as these models are more suited to winter weather conditions and, as a result, prices will increase.


As we say, we really do buy any car, including a car with outstanding finance. All you need to do is get a valuation with us and bring an up to date settlement letter from your finance company which includes:


Whatever method you choose, there are a few things to keep in mind. The value of a car decreases over time, so the older it is, the less it will be worth typically. Additionally, the condition of your car will affect its value; a car that is in good condition with low mileage will be worth more than one that is damaged or has high mileage.


When it comes to selling a car, one of the most important things to have is a good understanding of your vehicle's worth. This applies not only to the current market value of the car, but also how the car market has changed over the years. Knowing how much your car was worth at different points in time can be helpful in a number of situations - for example, if you're thinking about selling your car in the future and want to get an idea of what price range to aim for, or if you're curious about how the value of your car has changed over time.


If you're ever in a position where you think you need to sell your car for scrap, webuyanycar could buy your car instead. Our car valuation tool will tell you how much your car is worth in 30 seconds.


Our car valuations are based on data provided by CAP. This data is constantly reassessed and we are sent the data on a monthly basis. Whilst we update prices on a daily basis. Therefore your car value is always up to date.


webuyanycar can show you the value of your car within 30 seconds and our 4-day price guarantee means you are protected from market fluctuations and have the flexibility to book an appointment at a time that suits you.


Service history gives the buyer an indication of how well a car has been looked after and highlights any historical issues. A car that only has part or no service history is a bigger risk to the buyer, therefore the resale value is lower. To reduce the amount of depreciation caused by gaps in the service history, it is advised that all service and MOT documentation is retained.


When you get an online car valuation in under 30 seconds! We will email you with your valuation that is guaranteed for four days. This allows time for you to make an appointment at one of our 500 branches at a time that suits you.


By 2009, the company had bought 100,000 cars and was growing in popularity across the UK due to its first TV advertisement that featured a break-dancing newsreader and the webuyanycar.com jingle. Webuyanycar.com also celebrated opening its 100th branch in 2009.


In 2013, the company was sold to the used car marketplace, British Car Auctions (BCA).[8] In 2015, BCA was floated on the UK stock market. During the same year, webuyanycar.com celebrated the opening of its 200th branch.


Since 2022 they have done numerous adverts with the jingle Just Sold My Car To We Buy Any Car which is a parody of Its Friday then it Saturday Sunday What simply known as Friday by English DJ and Producer Riton Scottish house music project Nightcrawlers and Internet personalities Mufasa and Hypeman.


In 2014, the company released the results of a mock Driving Theory Test on its website, revealing that six in ten drivers who sat the test, failed. The study showed that drivers in the 17-21 age group had the lowest pass mark of any age group, while drivers in the 46 to 65-year-old group had the highest pass rate.[10]


Combining data collected from a freedom of information request and a poll of British motorists, webuyanycar.com found that an increasing number of motorists were relying on dash cam technology to protect themselves and to monitor other road users. At the time of the study, in May 2018, one in five motorists reported to be using a dash cam daily.[11]


In late 2018, research conducted by the company found that seven in ten Britons spend 11 hours in their cars during the Christmas period. Revealing that on average, families travel 311 miles, just under the distance of London to Edinburgh, to see extended family over the festive period. Collectively, British motorists travel over 5.9bn miles in cars over Christmas.[12]


Here at DamagedCars.com, we specialize in buying cars in less-than-perfect condition, running or not. Based on your vehicle details and location we will give you the best, guaranteed offer for your auto, no matter the condition.


Did you know, you car could lose up to 30 percent of its value if it's been repaired after an accident, no matter how great the repair job? Save yourself the time and hassle of fixing your car and sell it as-is to DamagedCars.com. Your bank account doesn't have to take the same damage as your car.


In most cases, we can give you an instant offer, right thereon the spot. For some cars, we may need photos or a bit more informationto give you a guaranteed offer. In those cases one of our professionalbuyers will reach out to you ASAP.


Once youaccept our offer, you book your appointment for towing, and it takes as little as 24 to 48 hours for us to pick upyour car and for you to get paid. After accepting the offer, one of ourlocal service providers will contact you to schedule pickup.


The ICO has fined We Buy Any Car Limited 200,000. It sent 191.4 million marketing emails and 3.6 million marketing SMS messages to individuals without fully satisfying the requirements of the soft opt in, resulting in 42 complaints to the Commissioner, over a period of twelve months.


Investigation into: We Buy Any Car Ltd trading as webuyanycar.com, Company registrationNo.05727953, with a registered office address at Nixon Street, Rochdale,Lancashire, OL11 3JW (www.webuyanycar.com).


We found a lack of transparency in dealing with consumers, in particularin relation to the status and nature of the online vehicle valuation.Once consumers had invested their time in taking their vehicle to theonsite inspection, they discovered that the final valuation might bereduced for reasons that they had not been told about, such as currentmarket conditions.


This investigation was opened by the OFT on its own initiative toinvestigate the business practices of We Buy Any Car Ltd, which offers avehicle buying service to the general public. Consumers are directed(via search engines or television or radio advertising) to thewebuyanycar.com website where they are invited to input details abouttheir vehicle and its condition to obtain a free online valuation. Ifthe consumer is happy with the online valuation they can arrange anappointment at the trader's premises for their vehicle to be inspected.At the onsite inspection, the vehicle is given an examination and anoffer is made to the consumer to purchase the vehicle. As at 3 August2010, the company had 114 branches throughout England, Scotland andWales.


The OFT investigation found that nearly 96 per cent (note 1) ofcustomers who sold their car to We Buy Any Car Ltd between 1 July 2009and 30 June 2010 received less for their vehicle than the originalonline valuation. The OFT was concerned that We Buy Any Car Ltd wasreducing the valuation of the vehicle for reasons other than that thecondition of the vehicle at the inspection differed from that reportedby the consumer when obtaining the online valuation. As a result of its investigation, the OFT formed a view that We Buy AnyCar Ltd may be operating in breach of certain provisions of the ConsumerProtection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 (CPRs) and the UnfairTerms in Consumer Contracts Regulations 1999 (UTCCRs). In particular,the OFT identified the following practices that the company was or hadbeen engaging in, amongst others, with which it had concerns:


giving the impression to consumers that they would be paid theonline valuation amount if their description of the vehicle and itscondition was accurate, when in fact the final valuation priceoffered at the appointment might also be dependent on other factors(such as market conditions)


failing to make clear that the online valuation figure included anamount for any road tax refund, which would be deducted from thefinal price offered. The consumer would then have to claim the taxrefund from the DVLA


the use of key performance indicator ('KPI') targets forcalculating bonus payments to vehicle inspectors that had thepotential to encourage unfair conduct. In particular, the use of KPItargets based upon reducing the valuation of vehicles uponreappraisal by an average amount or percentage as against theoriginal online valuation (known as 'chipping') 041b061a72


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