I own a mechanic shop and I was looking through applications for buying and selling crash cars. Frankly speaking, there are no comfortable apps for me. I'm not interested in second-hand vehicles that are working. On some marketplaces mobile versions can be difficult to use. I've come across the JC site and downloaded their app. It is easy and clear, I can make the right choice for less money, especially in comparison with large thriving auctions.
6 people found this review helpful
I like working with old cars, I always want them to be perfect so I could sell them to true car lovers. Back then cars were almost like the members of your family. Nowadays it's not so easy to find good old cars for reasonable money. The online auction starts from the minimum sum and after buying an auction item you pay a rather reasonable flat fee. It happens sometimes that you can purchase a good body of a car, or parts that are not rusty. I like the app so far.
9 people found this review helpful
A Google user
I've been working with accident cars for a long time, I strip cars, get their parts and sell them. I used to make round trips to junkyards, so I had to take into account the time I would spend to get there. I burnt much fuel, and was on the road day and night. But now I use the JC app, and all my trips are thought out in detail. I know everything about the car, I don't have any unpleasant surprises as I learn a lot about it from the seller. I have less troubles now, thank you!
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