We pride ourselves on offering a wide range of cars, trucks, SUVs, and beyond to support a variety of lifestyles. One of the ways we keep our pre-owned inventory circulating is by buying cars from people like you! Our team is eager to work with you, whether you want to buy a vehicle from us or not.
At our dealership, we sell everything, from used work trucks to high-end models, efficient sedans, and capable, spacious SUVs. So, no matter what type of vehicle you want to sell us, our team is excited to talk with you about your options at our dealership.
At Trucks & Parts of Tampa and Trucks & Parts of Pennsylvania and Texas, we pay cash for garbage trucks and help waste haulers dispose of their trucks. We offer the best solutions for getting the highest values for your surplus, retired or non-revenue producing equipment.
Are you looking to sell your used truck or fleet of trucks TLG Peterbilt's team of used semi truck buyers are here to help you with the selling process. We buy all makes and models! Contact a TLG representative today to learn more.
As a company founded by drivers-turned-dealers, only TLG's team of used semi truck buyers offer industry-leading support, high-quality new and used trucks and relationships that last a lifetime. We're the expert source for drivers, whether you're buying or selling a truck. TLG offers one of the largest pre-owned all-makes truck inventories in the US. Whether you need a day cab, sleeper or vocational truck truck, we're sure to have what you're looking for.
If you're looking to trade in or trade up, TLG wants to buy your pre-owned truck. While we are Peterbilt enthusiasts to the core, our used truck inventory consists of all makes, models and applications. So whether you have a used Peterbilt, Freightliner, Kenworth, International or something in between, our team of used semi truck buyers is interested in buying it. Our knowledgable team of TLG professionals is easy-to-work with and dedicated to making the selling process as easy and seamless as possible.
Need a quick turnaround and you have decided to accept a cash offer for your used fire truck We buy used fire trucks directly from apparatus dealers and fire departments from all over North America. After we receive the details & photos on your 2005 or newer used fire truck, we will immediately review your truck and forward you an offer to purchase. If you accept our offer, Fire Line Equipment will give you a deposit on the truck and payment in full when you release the used fire truck to us.
Fire Line Equipment, LLC is located at 307 Twin Springs Court, New Holland, PA 17557. Our 22,000 sq/ft facility houses our new & used fire truck sales departments, service and repair operations, refurbishment and fire truck parts business.
It may have dings, dents, scratches and wear but it still has productive value. As a used semi-truck dealer with locations all over the country, we sell used trucks to truckers through a simple and transparent experience.
We carry all makes and models and supply expertly re-conditioned, road-ready semi-trucks you can count on from our nationwide locations near you. We pride ourselves on personalized customer service, but most importantly, we stand by our trucks.
Most car dealers who sell used vehicles must comply with the Federal Trade Commission's (FTC's) Used Car Rule. In fact, car dealers who sell, or offer for sale, more than five used vehicles in a 12-month period must comply with the Rule. Banks and financial institutions are exempt from the Rule, as are businesses that sell vehicles to their employees, and lessors who sell a leased vehicle to a lessee, an employee of the lessee, or a buyer found by the lessee.
The Used Car Rule applies in all states except Maine and Wisconsin. These two states are exempt because they have similar regulations that require dealers to post disclosures on used vehicles. The Rule applies in the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and American Samoa.
You must post a Buyers Guide before you display a vehicle for sale or let a customer inspect it for the purpose of buying it, even if the car is not fully prepared for delivery. You also must display a Buyers Guide on used vehicles for sale on your lot through consignment, power of attorney, or other agreement. At public auctions, dealers and the auction company must comply. The Rule does not apply at auctions that are closed to consumers.
Previously titled or not, any vehicle driven for purposes other than moving or test driving is considered a used vehicle, including light-duty vans, light-duty trucks, demonstrators, and program cars that meet the following specifications:
State Law. In some states, use of the \"As Is-No Dealer Warranty\" Buyers Guide may be legally sufficient to eliminate implied warranties. In other states \"as is\" sales are allowed only if specific action is taken or certain language is used. For example, some states may require you to eliminate implied warranties by using special language and/or a document other than the Guide.
The FTC works for the consumer to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop, and avoid them. To file a complaint or to get free information on consumer issues, visit ftc.gov or call toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357); TTY: 1-866-653-4261. The FTC enters consumer complaints into the Consumer Sentinel Network, a secure online database and investigative tool used by hundreds of civil and criminal law enforcement agencies in the U.S. and abroad.
Shopping for an affordable Ford pickup for sale in Pennsylvania Visit our Ford dealership near Franklin to learn about the benefits of buying a used truck.Our finance team is standing by to go over any used car specials you may be eligible for, and if you'd like to compare used trucks for yourself, don't hesitate to schedule a Ranger test-drive or learn about the Ford F-150 specs. Check out our used vehicle inventory online, then stop by our local Ford dealer in Meadville to upgrade to a used pickup that the entire family will love.
We want to ensure you know all the facts, from maintenance history, previous titles, and any past issues that may have occurred, which is why each of the used Ford pickups on our lot come complete with a full CARFAX Vehicle History Report. When you finance a pre-owned Ranger nearby, you'll benefit from a more affordable loan and interest rate and less initial depreciation. So, hurry over to meet the McCandless Ford Meadville team and we'll give you a tour around our inventory of used trucks, including the well-equipped Ford F-150, Ford Super Duty models and many more!
Are you shopping for a like-new vehicle at a used car price Check out our selection of Certified Pre-Owned Ford trucks near Franklin. All CPO models must pass a stringent multipoint inspection and reconditioning process to ensure they can earn the Certified Pre-Owned designation, plus CPO vehicles come with factory warranties for added peace of mind.
When you provide the bank with receipts from the builder, they will show the total cost and value of the kitchen. These receipts coupled with the fact that used commercial trucks are bought, sold, and financed every day means that banks are comfortable with this situation. For more financing options, check out Kiva, a company that offers loans to food truck entrepreneurs.
While they are solid trucks, regulations and permitting requirements are constantly changing, which means entrepreneurs should buy a truck that meets the strictest of standards to avoid costs down the road.
In the food truck mecca of Los Angeles, for example, a regulation now requires 2009 or older diesel trucks with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) greater than 14,000 pounds (most weigh anywhere from 12,000 pounds to 16,000 pounds) to either install a $10,000+ converter kit or replace their existing engine to comply with reduced emissions standards. This law will be phased in over the next six years, with the final phase ending in 2023.
This warranty can save you thousands compared to the repairs you face with even a well-maintained used truck. The warranty on a new chassis can easily make up for the cost difference between a used truck and a new truck.
Vehicles that were used multiple times every day in pre-COVID times are now sitting in garages for days if not weeks at a time. This, along with an economy stifled by business shutdowns and restrictions, has prompted many people to sell their current vehicle and/or downsize their family vehicle fleet. Some consumers are also trading a larger or luxury vehicle for a smaller non-luxury vehicle that is less expensive to own and operate.
What this means is lots of people are buying and selling used cars. This is attested to by statistics on used car sales at auction gathered by J.D. Power. Among the findings: used car prices have grown 35% over the past 16 weeks and are now 15% higher than at the beginning of March.
All this might prompt you to consider selling your car. Of course, if you're going to do that, you have many options. Some are obvious, like trading the car in or selling it to a neighbor or friend, and some are less obvious, like selling it to a national used car retailer or getting a guaranteed price from a local dealer. This article is intended to give you good advice on selling your car for the most value.
If you plan to trade your car in as you purchase a new vehicle you can expect to receive the appropriate trade-in value. Similarly, if you sell your car to a dealer you can expect to receive something close to the trade-in value. These are essentially wholesale prices that provide a margin of profit to the dealer when they retail the used car.
An obvious alternative is to trade in your car on another car, but if you are selling your car without replacing it, that is not an option. You can, however, sell your car to a d