Ebay is a great spot to purchase cheap car parts over the Internet but you could try CraigsList or Amazon.
It doesn't do either. eBay facilitates the sale, but takes no active part in it. The seller is responsible for giving clear payment instructions, and the terms and methods of delivery.
If a person purchases a car on eBay, it is normally up to the purchaser to have the vehicle picked up or shipped to them. Depending on where the vehicle is being shipped to, one would be able to arrange with a shipping company to have the vehicle delivered to them. Some reliable companies which s...
yes of course you would are you stupid
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Yes, but livery must be removed to a point where it's made clear that it is not an ambulance in active service. In some states, you'd have to remove the red lights, as well (I've used ambulances as service vehicles in the past, and I simply replaced these with orange).
No because it is expensive.
EBay does not ship anything. It is a marketplace where buyers can connect with sellers. It is then the responsibility of the seller to ship the item to the buyer, or, if the requirement is included in the notice about the item, it may be the buyer's responsibility to pick it up, or have it picked...
There are multiple avenues, besides ebay, available if you wish to sell your car. Local newspapers will often have a classified area in which you can list your car. There are also car specific papers such as Autotrader which people often use to buy and sell, both in print and online.
You pay to list your item and have to pay that fee whether the item sells or not.If it goes on to sell, you also have to pay what they call a final value fee.The fees vary widely, depending on the price of your item and what category it falls under, so the only way to see how much it is likely to...