Auctions and Car Transport : Everything You Need To Know

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Author: Nick Telford II

Everyone has wanted to sell a car at some point and in the
age of Internet auctions, there are more options than ever
when it comes to selling your car whether it's an '05, '78
or a '20. With this ever expanding world of options comes
the need to make delivery after you've sold the vehicle and
that requires a car transport service.

Depending on the auction service, you can list that
shipment of the item is completely up to the buyer's
discretion or offer a method of transportation to fold into
the final price.

The first is often more preferable to buyers because it
allows them to shop various car transporters themselves to
find the one that suits them best. However, if you decide
to fold the cost of the shipment along with a hand picked
transporter into the auction of your car, there are some
things you need to do.

First, you need to narrow down your selection of
transporters in some fashion that incorporates not only
their price ranges but also their reliability and service
records. Remember, that by folding in the selection of the
transporter to the auction, you are in some way taking
responsibility for the shipment both before you deliver it
to the transporter and after.

Second, to simplify the matters with regard to the auction,
make sure you have all the information about your selected
transporter at hand. Include this information in the
auction information. When buyers look through potential
cars to buy on auctions they are as concerned about the
cars they are looking at as to how they might get there.

Some buyers may not want to use the transporter you have
selected; you may or may not wish to include that as an
option to turn down on the buyer's part.

Finally, when you are ready to list the car as well as the
transporter information, be sure to include a series of
price quotes from the transporter from the car's location
to major hubs on both coasts, the mid-west and include both
upper and lower sides of the coasts, mid-Atlantic and so
on.

This will allow the buyer to guess based on their proximity
to one of those locations what the cost will likely be.
Always be sure to list that the quotes are not exact and
are not final until the buyer's shipping information is
received.

It may seem like more work than it's worth to go through
all of this prior to listing the car that you want to sell,
it will pay off at the auction's closing. As the seller,
you simply wait to confirm where the car is being
transported to and confirm a final quote from the
transportation company.

Once the seller receives the payment from the buyer they
can get the car to the transportation company of their
choice and not have to worry if the buyer chooses a
transporter that will be a hassle for you the seller.

While most buyers and sellers work in fairly cooperative
relations in order to receive the item sold and the payment
for the item, sometimes having the game plan set will save
a lot of time.
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About the Author

Nick Telford regularly buys new cars from across the
country, and gets them transported home. Now he's written
a series of articles giving his experiences, good & bad, of
how to use car transport services.

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