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With many shoppers interested in buying used cars, dealers are paying high prices for trade-ins from those looking to sell. This can be a great time to get a deal on a vehicle you already own, but it is important that drivers take a few steps to maximize their profit.Selling a used car can be a great way to get some money for a down payment on a new vehicle, or simply grab some quick extra cash for other expenditures. However, The Motley Fool reports that owners should put some time into making their car really shine. A professionally detailed and cleaned vehicle looks better than a decade-old used car with stains on the seats and floor mats, and that drives up the price.A dealer or private buyer will be looking under the hood as well, and this is likely the most important part of selling a car. The news source recommends assembling the service records for the vehicle, which should detail all of the oil changes, tune-ups, car repairs and other work you've ever done on the vehicle. This is where auto maintenance can really pay off - if you can show the buyer that the car has been well cared for over the life of the vehicle, the price can only go up.
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