How to sell my car
Book an appointment and we'll come to you
At webuyurcar we pride ourselves on just how convenient we have made the process of selling a car. This is why we have vehicle purchasers located throughout the country, ready to visit you at your home, at a time that suits you to purchase your vehicle. Read our full sell my car guide to see just how simple we have made the process.
Because we come to you it means you can sit back and relax knowing that you don't need to drive your car to an appointment and then be left with the inconvenience of trying to get back home without a vehicle.
We have vehicle purchasers in Liverpool and the surrounding areas
If you are wondering whether we cover where you live then the good news is that we have purchasers throughout the Liverpool area who are ready to visit you.
So if you are looking to sell your car today, the easiest way is to enter your registration at the top of the page to receive an instant free valuation.
Why choose webuyurcar when selling your vehicle
- We come to you at a time that suits you
- We can visit you at your home or workplace
- On the day of the appointment there is no obligation to sell
- We buy any make and model of car
- The complete process of selling your car is quick. We aim to complete each appointment within an hour
- We will buy cars that have finance remaining on them
- Avoid the hassle of a private sale, choose exactly when you want to sell
- You will receive instant payment direct into your bank account for your vehicle with no extra fees for this service
- You can check your online bank that your money is in your account before we leave
- We come to you for the appointment and so when you sell your car to us you do not need to worry about getting home
I want to sell my car, when are appointments available
We conduct appointments 7 days a week at a time that is convenient to you. Simply enter your registration number in the box above to get your instant free valuation, a member of our friendly call centre team will then call you back to arrange your appointment.
If you would like any more information, then answers to our most frequent questions are available in our FAQ section.
Alternatively, you can call our head office 7 days a week.
Liverpool – Did you know...
Stroll along the River Mersey in front of the Three Graces and you will see the two famous Liver Birds perched on top of the Royal Liver Building, but did you know they both have names! Bertie and Bella. Bertie faces the city while Bella faces out to sea.
Hidden below the streets of Edge Hill is a network of mysterious tunnels. Known as the Williamson Tunnels, they are thought to have been built between 1810 and 1840 at the request of a rich local tobacco merchant Joseph Williamson. The exact purpose of the tunnels is unknown, but it is believed that they may have been built solely as a philanthropic project funded by Joseph to create employment for local workers.
The Beatles are of course synonymous with Liverpool and they made many locations famous by quoting them in their songs, perhaps most famously Penny Lane, but did you know that for a period in the late 1960s Freddie Mercury lived in Penny Lane above the Dovedale Towers pub when he was the singer for a local band.
In modern times the Mersey ferries have become one of the main tourist attractions for visitors to the city, but the history of the ferries dates way back to the 12th century when the first ferry across the Mersey was provided by monks of the Benedictine Priory in Birkenhead, who for a small fee would row passengers across the river.
The Royal Society for the Provention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) was founded in Bold Street in Liverpool, and the Liverpool branch of the RSPCA is the oldest animal charity in the world.