Nick's Auto Blog

Hello, my name is Nick. This is my new auto blog. Have you ever wondered about how you can improve the look and functioning of your auto? If so you are in the right place. I live in a large house in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia and my house has as many garage parking spots as it does rooms. And believe me, it has a lot of rooms. I like to collect classic cars and then work on them to restore them to their former glory. In doing this, I have learnt lots of cool tricks. I would like to share some of these tricks with you here.

What to think about when selling a caravan

Automotive Blog

Selling a caravan is a rather straightforward process that you don't need to hire an expert to do if you feel comfortable in the role of a temporary salesman. You want to make sure that you get the best price possible and that the caravan sale takes as little of your time as possible. In order to achieve that, while also making sure you aren't getting fooled, there are a few things you should think about when you're selling your caravan.


The first thing you need to do when getting involved in caravan sales is to make sure that your caravan looks presentable. Clean it inside out and make sure that nothing is broken or torn. You should also perform minor repairs in case your caravan has any small damages such as torn bed covers and such. This takes a little bit of your time, but can increase the value of your caravan. You should also consider repainting your caravan, as this makes it look new and can allow you to charge more for it. You should also make sure the water and gas tanks are filled, as this saves the buyer some hassle and can make the deal go smoother as well as increase the value of the caravan, as it's good to go from the start.


When it comes to advertising, you should turn to your local sources first hand. This minimises the risk of getting fooled by charlatans that are looking to steal your caravan, as you'll know who potential buyers from your area are. Advertise in the local newspaper and put a sign up in the window of your caravan stating it's for sale. If you opt for the latter option, you can also park your caravan in front of your house to attract attention from people passing by.


You should also think about how you handle the situation of someone coming to inspect the caravan. Have someone with you when a potential buyer is coming to your house. You should also avoid handing them the keys to the caravan or let them inspect it on their own. However, you also need to make sure that the potential doesn't feel pressured. Open the door for them and show them the essentials, but give them some space to let them inspect it for themselves. You could stand outside of the caravan, ready to answer any questions they might have. If they want to negotiate, offer them to sit down somewhere by a table so that you can talk it through without stress. That makes the buyer feel comfortable and might make them more prone to accepting your offer.


26 April 2016