Yes, it is the seller's responsibility to have the vehicle ready for immediate transport. The buyer initiates transport with the company he desires, and the transport company will handle the transportation of the vehicle. If the sold vehicle becomes unavailable to the purchaser, the seller will be charged a $500 fee that will go to the purchasing dealer.
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- Where do I send my title?
- How will I get paid for cars I sell?
- What should I do if I need to reprint a sale?
- What should I do if I retail a vehicle that is listed on your MarketPlace?
- After I sell my vehicle from my dealership, is there anything I should do in order to get the vehicle to the buyer?
- What is required to sell through your auction?
- Do my vehicles need to physically be present at your sale, or could they be represented digitally?
- What do you recommend to increase my opportunity for selling my inventory?
- If my vehicle(s) sell online, when can I expect to receive payment?