‘Approved Vehicle Collector’ – A vehicle collector that we see fit to obtain a vehicle and is legally approved to discard of end-of-life vehicles.
‘Acceptance’ – Client has agreed the sale of a vehicle and accepted the value given by approved vehicle collector.
‘Customer’ – The individual or company who has entered the vehicle’s details to the website.
‘Offer’ – The financial value the approved vehicle collector has offered to collect the vehicle for after receiving all relevant information.
‘Quote Form’ – The form situated on website in which details must be entered in order to obtain a valuation of vehicle in question.
‘Valuation’ – The financial value estimated for the vehicle based on information provided by customer.
‘Vehicle’ – All vehicles including any End of Life vehicle as covered by the End Of Life vehicle regulations 2003.
‘Complete Vehicle’ – Any vehicle which has had no mechanical or other parts removed and is complete in its original weight.
Background to Service
The aim of company’s service is to deliver the customer with an accurate valuation of the vehicle in question on behalf of the approved vehicle collector.
Company shall never carry out any disposal, salvage or collection of any vehicle. All agreements relating to such arrangements are between customer and approved vehicle collector.
Valuation and Offer
Following completion of quote form customer will receive quotation from approved vehicle collector based on information provided by customer.
Approved vehicle collector will make offer for a vehicle after carrying out an inspection to confirm that original information provided was correct. If original information proves to be inaccurate the value of said vehicle may differ from original quote.
Approved vehicle collector will provide vehicle collection agreement which must be signed in order to complete confirmation of acceptance of offer.
The company reserves the right to withdraw any offer in accordance with Approved vehicle collector’s wishes up until the time of collection.
On completion of quote form, customer accepts that:
. Information provided about vehicle is true and accurate to the best of their knowledge.
. Customer is above the age of 18 and is legally permitted to enter into contract with regards to selling the vehicle.
. Upon company’s request customer can produce all necessary documents relating to ownership of vehicle as well as proof of identity.
. No other individual has any claim to vehicle in question and there is no unpaid finance on said vehicle.
. Any issues which a potential purchaser of the vehicle would expect to know about such as any mechanical or physical defects have been made clear by the customer.
. The vehicle in question is situated at a location where it can be inspected and collected by a standard recovery vehicle.
. Any harmful or hazardous materials are removed from the vehicle as well as any personal belongings or waste.
. The correct documentation including the V5, keys and MOT certificate are provided upon request.
Price and Payment
. The valuation of the vehicle is based upon the conditions under clauses 3.1 and 3.2.
. Payment for vehicle shall be made by BACS in GBP once an offer has been agreed upon in acceptance of Clause 3.3.
Vehicles are to be collected between 9.00am and 5.30pm, Monday to Friday excluding public holidays.
Collection can also be arranged for a Saturday or Sunday subject to company discretion.
Agreement can be terminated with immediate effect by either party providing notice up until the offer is accepted. This clause is in conjunction with section 3.3.
Notice of withdrawal from offer can be given by email to the last known email address of party in question.
. In acceptance of these terms, the customer shall guarantee us against any liability which shall include all fees incurred as a result of the breach or non-participation of the terms of this agreement.
. Customer shall further protect company against any liability which will include all fees incurred as a result of the negligence or misconduct of the approved vehicle collector.
9. DISCLAIMER – IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU READ THIS
9.1. With the exception of any rights which you may have under applicable law, all warranties, conditions and other terms implied by statute or common law are hereby expressly excluded from this Agreement to the fullest extent permitted by law.
9.2. We disclaim all liability for any consequential loss arising from, or in connection with, the Service provided by us or a third party.
9.3. For the purpose of this Agreement, ‘Consequential loss’ shall include, but not be limited to (i) Pure economic loss (ii) Loss of profits (iii) losses incurred by any third party (iv) Loss of revenue (v) Loss of goodwill and reputation (vi) Loss of opportunity.
9.4. This Agreement shall not disclaim any liability for personal injury or death arising from our own wilful misconduct or negligence
The company reserves the right to gather, store and process any data relating to the customer in line with the Data Protection act 1998 of which the company is a registered controller.
This agreement is legally binding until an instance of force majeure occurs at which point the company is released from any obligations for the period in which the interruption takes place.
Any claims for damage shall be excluded in the event of a force majeure including instances of organised strikes, natural disasters or severe weather, intervention by state or authority or war.
In the occurrence of a force majeure the company shall immediately inform the customer of any details relevant to the agreement and discuss the appropriate course of action.
The customer accepts that all Intellectual Property rights including copyright and trademarks in relation to the company website are owned by the company.
Any information accessed, printed or downloaded is strictly for personal non-commercial use.
No persons are permitted to use or reproduce any of the images or content without written consent.
Third Party Rights
The Contracts Act 1999 will not apply to this agreement and no other individuals other than the company and the customer in question shall have any rights in relation to the agreement.
If any clause of this agreement is declared invalid or illegal, said clause will be removed and the existing agreement will proceed with full effect.
If the removal of any section of this agreement leads to a substantial alteration of the commercial basis of said agreement both parties shall negotiate in order to reach an amicable resolution and a desirable conclusion.
Both parties agree that any dispute which cannot be resolved by an independent arbitrator can be settled in the courts of England and Wales which will have exclusive jurisdiction over said dispute or claim.