FAQ's for Hurst Car Buyer
How do you value the price for my car?
Charles Hurst buy hundreds of cars every year, we have easy access to prices that cars are currently achieving in the market.
How and when will I receive my money?
We can pay by bank transfer or a company cheque.
I do not have a log book (V5 document).
We need the original log book. You can download a V62 from the DVLNI website which you can use to file for a new document.
Are there any restrictions on the cars you buy?
We will make no obligations offers on each car that is requested.
What if my car has been damaged in an accident?
If your car has or was damaged in an accident we will still consider purchasing your car depending on the level of damage.
What if I have finance outstanding on my existing car?
All outstanding finance must be settled prior to release of funds. A settlement letter from the relevant finance company will be required. In the circumstance any outstanding finance balance is more than the agreed valuation, you will agree to pay Charles Hurst the difference between these amounts at point of collection as per the relevant finance companies settlement letter.
What if my car has been imported?
We will still buy your car. Bear in mind that models and specifications carry from country to country so the price may differ from that of a UK supplied car in some circumstances.
What does subject to view mean?
Valuation issued from Charles Hurst Car Buyer are subject to viewing and this should not be construed as a contract.
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