Don’t crowd a prospective buyer - by all means sell the good points of the car but stand back and let them look the car over for themselves.
Be honest about the car. If it has a major fault that you are aware of, tell prospective buyers about it, or in theory you risk being sued for damages and breaching Trade Practices legislation.
Be prepared to allow the car to be inspected by RACQ or the buyer’s mechanic. If you are hesitant it may appear that you have something to hide.
Ensure your car’s insurance will cover other people test driving it and never let a stranger drive your car unless you accompany them.
Don’t neglect your personal safety when dealing with prospective buyers. If you don’t feel comfortable dealing with strangers on your own, involve a friend or neighbour for support, and take someone with you on the road test.
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