FAQ

What vehicles does Selltofitts.com buy? 

Selltofitts.com will purchase any vehicle as long as the condition of the vehicle matches the imformation provided in the appraisal.

How long is my appraisal good for?

Selltofitts.com will honor all appraisails for 3 days or 300 miles which ever comes first.

Do you accept the vehicle as a trade-in?

Yes.  Selltofitts.com is associated with Phil Fitts Ford and Lincoln, however we will buy your car even if you do not buy one from us.

Do I need an appointment for a physical appraisal of my vehicle?

Appointments are preferred so that we can dedicate the time necessary to get you the most money possible for your vehicle.

What if I still owe money on my car?

We contact your lending institution and obtain a 10 day payoff.  We will need their name and phone number, the names of the parties on the account, your account number and social security number.  If your payoff is less than the appraised value of your vehicle we will send the payoff amount to the lending institution you are financed with and issue you a check for the balance of the proceeds.

What if I owe more money than my car appraises for?

If your payoff is more than the vehicle is appraised for this results in negative equity.  If you have negative equity you are responsible for this amount of money.  We will collect the amount of negative equity from you and use it in addition to the appraised value of your vehicle payoff the lending institution you financed it through.

Can I sell you my leased car?

This varies from lease company to lease company but in most cases the answer is yes.  The process for selling us your leased vehicle is pretty much the same as if you still owed money through a traditional lending institution.  We will need to contact the lease company and obtain a lease payoff amount and appraise your vehicle.  From that point forward the process is the same.  Some lease companies will not allow you to sell your vehicle prior to lease termination.  Also be aware that if you are trading in a lease you may not be eligible for the trade-in tax credit.