Terms and Conditions

1.Sale agreement

1.1.The vehicle sale invoice (except where varied by an agreement between the parties which is recorded in writing and signed by an authorised representative of the Seller) shall constitute the entire sale agreement between the parties.


2.1. – The buyer is responsible for arranging and covering the cost of the delivery of the used car to their specified location.

2.2. The Vehicle may be delivered by the Seller to the Buyer only where agreed by the Seller and at the Buyer’s cost. The Seller will make reasonable  efforts to secure a delivery date , but will bear no liability for any damage caused by a delay in delivery due to any cause beyond the Seller’s control.

2.3.In case of any maintenance /work required,  as soon as the Vehicle is ready for collection, the Seller shall inform the buyer who shall then have three days to collect the vehicle.

2.4.The Buyer shall not be entitled to take delivery of the Vehicle unless the sale invoice has been paid in full.

3.Price and Payment

3.1.The Vehicle will remain the property of the Seller and the Buyer shall not be permitted to collect the Vehicle until the total sale invoice has been paid in full.

3.2.In the event that the Buyer arranges for a finance company to purchase the vehicle from the Seller at the total agreed price payable. The Seller shall not release the Vehicle until the total vehicle price has been paid in full, including receipt of cleared funds from the said finance company.

3.3.A non-refundable deposit, equivalent to £300, is required to secure the purchase of the vehicle. The deposit ensures commitment from both parties and is credited towards the final purchase price.

4.Part Exchange

4.1. If part-exchanging a vehicle, the seller will determine the fair market value and apply it as a credit toward the purchase of the used car.

4.2.the used vehicle which  Buyer is part exchanging must be his or her property absolutely and not the subject of any hire purchase agreement or other legal encumbrance whatsoever.

4.3.If part exchanging vehicle, shall be the subject of a hire purchase agreement then such hire purchase agreement must be capable of early settlement by the Seller and the total part exchange value due to the Buyer shall be reduced by the amount of such settlement.

4.4. The Seller has the right to return or retain  any part-exchange vehicle at agreed trade-in price.

5.Failure to collect Vehicle

5.1.If the Buyer  fail to take and or pay for the vehicle within three days after  notification by the Seller that the vehicle is ready for delivery, the Seller shall be at liberty to treat the sale agreement as repudiated by the Buyer, and thereupon the deposit shall be lost and any sums paid by the Buyer shall be returned less a sum equivalent to a reasonable administration fee of £100, and the Seller shall be under no further liability to the Buyer.

6.Examination of Vehicles

6.1 The buyer has the right to conduct a thorough inspection of the used vehicle before finalizing the purchase. Any issues identified during the examination should be addressed and agreed upon by both parties.If the vehicle sold subject to defects and have been notified by the Seller to the Buyer before the signing of the sale invoice, the condition of satisfactory quality does not operate in relation to those defects.

6.2. The Buyer confirms that it has satisfied itself as to the suitability of the vehicle for its requirements and has not relied upon the Seller’s skill or knowledge regarding the vehicle fitness for any particular purpose or use.


7.1. Any claims related to the condition of the vehicle must be reported within 5 days after delivery.The seller will assess and address valid claims in accordance with the warranty terms.


8.1. The  vehicle is covered by a comprehensive three-month warranty specifically for the engine and gearbox.Any issues arising within this period will be addressed by the seller.

8.2. Wear and tear items, such as tires, bulbs, brake pads,and clutch….., are  excluded from the three-month warranty.

8.3. The warranty does not cover damages resulting from driver’s negligence, ignorance, or failure to pay attention to warning signs.

9.Defective Goods

9.1. In the event of a defect covered by the warranty, the seller will promptly repair or replace the defective parts.

10.Ownership Transfer

10.1. The seller will facilitate the necessary paperwork for the transfer of ownership.Any associated fees and taxes related to the ownership transfer are the responsibility of the buyer.

11.Vehicle Return

11.1. In the event of vehicle return, a £250 administrative fee will be charged, in addition to £0.40 per mile driven.

11.2. In case of any defect with the vehicle which arises after sale the seller will have the right to fix the car. If he fails to fix or cost is beyond reasonable then the buyer has the right to full refund.


12.1 The buyer is responsible for obtaining insurance coverage for the used vehicle from the moment of purchase.

13.Maintenance Records

13.1. The seller will provide available maintenance records for the used vehicle, ensuring transparency about its service history..

Special note:

 If the Buyer is a person engaged in the motor trade, the Goods are sold on the understanding of “SEEN, TRIED AND APPROVED” and the Seller shall have no liability whatsoever. For the avoidance of doubt such Buyer shall not be considered a consumer afforded protection under the Consumer Rights Act

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