2. Location- Usually junk or wrecked cars are difficult to drive and even mostly they don’t start. So the company to whom you are selling your car will have to tow it. Larger is the distance of the car from the company higher are the towing charges. Therefore the value of the car decreases as the distance between the car and the company or the dealership increases.
3. Condition of the car- If the car parts are in good condition and it starts also, then you tend to get more money as compared to the car which has totally damaged and deteriorated parts. The car parts in good shape and condition can be used as a replacement for new components which are costly.
4. Model, make and year- The model, make and year of the car is also a factor which decides the car value. Older the car lesser is the value. However, if the car is rare then this might not be the case. Also, sometimes a car model might have something which is in demand so the price automatically goes up.