Revealed: Five things you should NOT do when selling your car

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Toyota Corolla
Toyota Corolla

The used car market has been booming again since lockdown started a year ago. However, whether you're selling your own vehicle or considering purchasing a second-hand car, there's some work that needs to be done and some things to know.

Earlier in March, Wheels24's Janine van der Post shared some honest tips to consider when planning to buy a used car, whether it's a private deal or through a dealership. This time, we share some advice regarding the other side of the spectrum – what to know when you're preparing to sell your car. There is no reason for it not to be an easy and effortless process. However, these five things you should NOT do.

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