We put in every effort to make our customers feel comfortable. Please see right side icons for information on our quality standard, terms & conditions, society membership and other information. If there is some other piece of information you want to know, please call us on 01568 611325.
Some frequently asked questions:
Q1. Do you get a mechanical warranty with the vehicles?
Vehicles are offered "as seen", which means that you buy it as you see it, without any mechanical warranty
Q2. How do I pay for the vehicle I purchased?
When you come to one of our vehicle sales, you need to register before bidding and bring photographic proof of ID (i.e. your driving licence with photo on). We require a deposit of £500 at the time of registration and the full balance is payable on the day of sale. We accept cash (up to £3,000 limit), debit cards, banker's drafts and building society cheques (drafts and Society cheques should be signed by the issuing clerk on the reverse, together with their telephone number).
Q3. What age range and variety of vehicles are on offer?
All types - our 4x4 auction is the largest dedicated 4x4 auction in Europe . You can see everything from a WWII Willys Jeep to a delivery mileage Double Cab Pick Up. The most widely offered marque on view is Land Rover, which includes Discoverys, Range Rovers, Freelanders and Defenders. Many other marques are on offer, from Daihatsu, Nissan and Mitsubishi, to Isuzu, Toyota and Chrysler Jeep.
The Car & Commercial auction can be just as varied – a lot of the vendors in this sale are also our 4x4 vendors, so you may see anything from a leasing company van to a repossessed Lexus.
The Motorbike auction attracts off roaders, road bikes and quads. Ages and conditions vary, but there are some real bargains to be had at this sale.
Q4. Where do the vehicles at auction come from?
Vehicles are offered on behalf of a number of different types of customer. The main sources of which are large retail groups such as Pendragon, Inchcape, Sytner and Lookers, franchised main dealers, independent traders, financial and public sector institutions, fleet companies, hire companies and members of the general public.