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VIDEO from AutoTrader.com Available on thenewsmarket.com: New Ways to Sell Your Old Car Automotive Expert and TV Personality Courtney Hansen with Tips for Selling your Vehicle Online
Nov 08, 2010 (11:11 AM EST)


NEW YORK, Nov. 8, 2010, See video from AutoTrader.com at:  http://www.thenewsmarket.com/CustomLink/CustomLinks.aspx?GUID=1dfe4919-6a34-4e11-b3d7-61228e72dce3&alertid=23d50e61-4892-412a-a5af-fd5b87f59c71

Whether you're in the market to trade in your current vehicle or sell an old car that has been sitting in your driveway, there are new resources available to drivers who want to dispose of a car. Long gone are the days of putting a for sale sign in the window and hoping for the best. Recognized automotive expert and host of Spike TV's "Powerblock," Courtney Hansen can share new ways to use online resources to your advantage and tips to close the deal. With today's technologies and new resources, it's never been easier or more efficient to find a buyer for your used car.

From online professional consultants who help you craft your listing and even manage the process to guaranteed price quotes that take the mystery out of the trade-in process to online resources for finding a charity to take your car away and give you a tax deduction, there are easy and effective options out there for every kind of seller. Courtney can also discuss additional tools that will reduce haggling and help maximize value. For example, when selling your car, it is crucial that you clean your vehicle to make a strong first impression. More importantly, it is necessary to know the market. Be aware of what similar vehicles are selling for and price your car accordingly. In addition, when advertising your car, highlight the differences so that your advertisement stands out from the crowd.

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