Good morning, Nancy. As long as your car is repaired by an approved Volkswagen garage, this should not affect your PCP rights at the end of the agreement. Each accident reduces the value of your car if a potential buyer discovers something, but it is to be expected. Good luck asking for something from an insurance company. Your financial company will be able to provide a complete guide with all the additional requirements, and you should rely on the acceptable or notable condition of your car. As an idea of what is included are general points: Hello Rosemary. Your PCP is not linked to the dealer you bought the car from, so you don`t have to worry that they won`t act anymore. If you want to exchange your car for another at the end of your contract, you can go to any dealer of each brand – you are not linked to Citroen. The dealer makes an offer to buy your car, and the amount they will offer will depend in large part on what they intend to do with it.
If it is only sent to auction, the trader will check the notices of the trade publications and will be able to check the current auction prices. If they think they can sell the car themselves, they will look at what they think they can sell and what the cost of preparing the car for sale would be. Hello, Laura. The value and billing of your current car is calculated when your new car is ready. If you are in January, you should be able to partially replace the Audi without negative equity, as your PCP is at the end and you can return it to the financial company. However, if the new car arrives earlier (z.B November), then you are still responsible for the negative equity at this point. If I get to the end of my PCP agreement and want to share the exchange for a newer car, I`m going to have to start from scratch and find the full down payment, or will the older car count for part of it? I would stay with the same manufacturer and distributor Section 99 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 indicates when you can voluntarily terminate a lease (HP) or personal contract purchase (PCP). It includes both new and used cars. The law is designed to protect people who have entered into a financing contract but, at some point, could no longer afford their monthly repayments.
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