You have perhaps thought about selling your van on your own. It is possible to do so, but it is not simple and painless experience. You have little choice if you are making attempt to sell your van. These involve private sale, advertised or dealership. To sell your van privately you will need to either have contacts that want to buy it or publicise your van so it gets sold. This takes time and money from you with no assurance that it sells. You will waste hours on the phone to potential van buyers. This wastes your time trying to follow through the bizarre people who may or may not even want to buy your van. You will then end up getting calls from sales people telling you they will sell your van for you for a fee, which consumes even more of your time. If potential buyers want to test drive your van, than that poses new risks. Not only you will have to manage outsiders coming to your house, but you will fear that they might harm] your van on their test drive. Most likely you don’t want visitors over, and you surely don’t want to damge your van.
One opportunity you have is to sell off your van to agent, but they are skillful in getting the lowest price possible. You will end up wasting hours attempting to get better price and met with offers much less than your van is worth.
Dealers are good at getting you to sell your van at the lowest value possible, so they can resell it and get a profit. Their evaluations can’t be legitimate, as you know they have a motive to make profit.