We can give you an offer in under 15 minutes! We include you in the valuation process so you know exactly how we arrive at our offer based on your specific vehicle, it's mileage and condition, and the market.
After a quick 15 minute appraisal of your vehicle, we will walk you through exactly how we value your car and give you an offer! If you decide to sell outright we can cut you a check right away and if you decide you would like to trade in for a new vehicle we can help with that too.
You will need a photo of the car's title and your drivers license if you own the vehicle. If you are still paying on it or you are leasing we can help you get any additional documents you may need.
We look at all of your vehicle's details including the options your vehicle has, like Bluetooth or a backup camera, the mileage, and the condition of the vehicle as well as any repairs that may be needed.
We accept almost anything! When you schedule an appointment we will get your vehicle details to ensure it's something we accept.
We look at the year, make and model, color, trim level, milage and overall condition of your vehicle. Market conditions are also an important factor in determining how much your car is worth. We are 100% transparent and will show you what your car is selling for in the area both at auction and at dealerships.
Yes! You can trade in or sell your car if it is financed and you are still making payments on it. We work directly with your bank to complete the vehicle pay off. We recommend booking an appointment before 3pm if you still owe on your vehicle to ensure that your bank is open so we can complete the necessary paperwork with them.
We will take your plates off for you. Then you will need to take them to the DMV to turn them in. Be sure to keep the receipt that the DMV gives you as you will likely need to provide it to your insurance company as proof that you turned in your plates.
The bank we work with is Ballston Spa National Bank which is located less than a mile down the road from us. You are welcome to cash your check there, or with whichever bank you typically use.