What you need to know, and do, before you set up as a motor trader – here’s our guide, with resources and links.
Car auctions can be a little intimidating to newcomers, but once you’re comfortable they can be a lot of fun and make you some good money if you get the right motors at the right prices.
Your responsibilities to the customer under the Trade Descriptions Act and Consumer Rights Act.
Pay for your motor trade insurance in the way that suits you, with our range of payment and finance options.
What to consider when planning to sell cars at auction – including auction house commission fees and reserve prices.
The DVLA began holding back licence plate numbers that had individual appeal in 1983 and then began selling them in 1989.
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