Everyone has wanted to sell a car at some point and in 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 need to make delivery after you've sold vehicle and that requires a car transport service.
Depending on auction service, you can list that shipment of item is completely up to buyer's discretion or offer a method of transportation to fold into final price.
The first is often more preferable to buyers because it allows them to shop various car transporters themselves to find one that suits them best. However, if you decide to fold cost of shipment along with a hand picked transporter into 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 selection of transporter to auction, you are in some way taking responsibility for shipment both before you deliver it to transporter and after.
Second, to simplify matters with regard to auction, make sure you have all information about your selected transporter at hand. Include this information in auction information. When buyers look through potential cars to buy on auctions they are as concerned about cars they are looking at as to how they might get there.
Some buyers may not want to use transporter you have selected; you may or may not wish to include that as an option to turn down on buyer's part.