Limesquare Estate - Bretton Way - Peterborough - PE3 8YE

01733 330 200

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Limesquare Vehicle Centre

Limesquare Vehicle Centre

Terms and Conditions applicable to the sale of vehicles


  1. Delivery shall occur at the Seller's premises (Limesquare Estate, Bretton Way, Peterborough) unless otherwise agreed in advance in writing between the parties involved in this transaction.
  2. The Seller shall make every effort to meet the estimated delivery date as agreed with the Purchaser but will not be liable for any loss arising out of delayed arrival of the vehicle.
  3. Should the Seller fail to deliver the vehicle within 28 days of the estimated delivery date, the Purchaser may choose to give written notice to the Seller requiring delivery of the vehicle within 7 days of receipt of the notice. In the unlikely event that after 7 days the vehicle has not been delivered to the Purchaser:
    1. the contract shall become void, and
    2. any deposit paid by the Purchaser for the vehicle shall be returned to him, and
    3. the Seller shall have no further liability to the Purchaser.
  4. Once the vehicle becomes available, the Purchaser is required to complete the transaction within 10 days of written notice from the Seller, else the Seller may consider the contract as broken by the Purchaser, any deposit that has been paid shall be forfeited, and any resulting loss or expense suffered by the Seller shall be charged to the Purchaser.
  5. Other than the points listed herein, no other reasons for the purchase to be cancelled, altered or suspended by the Purchaser need be accepted by the Seller unless the Seller agrees to this in writing.
  6. All prices quoted are current at the time of order. Should the price increase before the vehicle is delivered to the Purchaser, the Seller shall notify the Purchaser of such variation in writing, giving the Purchaser the option to cancel the order within 10 days from the date of notice. Should the Purchaser decide to cancel the order the Seller shall refund the full deposit paid by the Purchaser and hereafter the Seller shall hold no further liabilities.
  7. In the unlikely event that the vehicle described in the order becomes unavailable, the Seller will make written notice to the Purchaser offering the options to either:
    1. cancel the contract, or
    2. (where possible) purchase an alternative vehicle.
    In the event that the Purchaser chooses to cancel the contract, any deposit paid by the Purchaser shall be returned to him and thereafter no further liabilities shall be attached to the Seller.
  8. Payment methods accepted by the Seller are BACS, CHAPS or Cheque ONLY. The Seller shall not accept any payments made in cash. If payment is made by cheque, the cheque will be cleared before the vehicle is released to the Purchaser.
  9. Payment must be received by the Seller in cleared funds on or before delivery of the vehicle, and the vehicle remains the property of the Seller until:
    1. the purchase price has been paid to the Seller in full according to Clause 8, and
    2. where the Purchaser is part-exchanging a vehicle in the transaction, all Clauses below relating to Part-Exchanges have been adhered to
  10. Where written notices are sent:
    1. from Seller to Purchaser - all notices will be sent to the Purchaser's last known address. If the Purchaser is an organisation, any notices will be sent to the Purchaser's registered office.
    2. from Purchaser to Seller - all notices should be sent to the Seller's address as noted overleaf.
    All notices exchanged between Seller and Purchaser should be sent first class by the sender and will be considered to be received the next working day following postage date.
  11. The Seller reserves the right to terminate this agreement if any court order has been made against the Purchaser or he is declared bankrupt. Where the Purchaser is an organisation, the Seller reserves the right to terminate the agreement if the Purchaser enters administration or a winding up petition is made against it.
  12. Should there be an alteration to Value Added Tax (VAT) between the date of order and the date on which the invoice is raised, the Seller shall notify the Purchaser of such alteration. Then:
    1. If the percentage of VAT has increased, the Seller will give the Purchaser the option to, in writing, cancel the order within 10 days from the date of notice of said increase. If the Purchaser decides to continue with the order, the amount of the vehicle will be recalculated using the new Value Added Tax (VAT) amount.
    2. If the percentage of VAT has decreased, the amount of the vehicle will be recalculated using the new Value Added Tax (VAT) amount.
  13. The vehicle logbook (V5 Certificate) and spare keys will only be delivered to the Purchaser once full payment for the vehicle has been received by the Seller and all funds have cleared. The Seller will endeavour to release these documents by post within 7 days following completion of the transaction, however the Seller accepts no liability for any costs incurred by the Purchaser for late receipt of these items or loss in transition.
  14. Risk in the vehicle passes to the Purchaser upon delivery. Thus the Purchaser should ensure that he has satisfactory insurance when he accepts the vehicle.
  15. The Seller warrants to the Purchaser that the vehicle agreed to be sold in this agreement shall be fit for the purpose for which it is supplied and shall be of adequate quality as far as is deemed acceptable under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 as amended by the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994.
  16. The Purchaser accepts that the vehicle in this order will be sold with the balance of the manufacturer's warranty, if any.
  17. The Purchaser accepts that the Seller operates a 90 day exchange policy, allowing the Purchaser up to 90 days from date of payment for the vehicle, the option to exchange the purchased vehicle for one of the same specification (on a like for like basis). This policy is only valid where no damage has been caused to the purchased vehicle since it has been in the Purchaser's care and the vehicle has covered no more than 3000 miles from date of sale.
  18. Where the Seller agrees to accept a used vehicle from the Purchaser in part exchange in this order, the price agreed to by the Seller is subject to the following conditions being true:
    1. The specification given by the Purchaser of the part exchange vehicle is entirely correct
    2. The vehicle for part exchange shall be delivered to (and title thereof shall be passed to) the Seller both
      1. prior to the vehicle to be purchased being delivered to the Purchaser and
      2. no more than 10 days following the date on written notice from the Seller than the vehicle to be purchased is ready for the Purchaser (as per (4))
    3. The vehicle for part exchange is solely the property of the Purchaser and is free from all encumbrances
    4. The Purchaser can provide documentation on the vehicle for part exchange including proof of ownership, vehicle logbook (V5), and service book
    5. The service history of the vehicle for part exchange is up-to-date and adequate proof can be provided thereof
    6. The vehicle for part exchange has not been involved in any major or serious accident
    7. The vehicle for part exchange shall be delivered to the Seller in the same condition as it was at time of examination by the Seller, prior to acceptance. Should the vehicle for part exchange fail to be delivered to the Seller in the same condition (fair wear and tear excluded), the Seller reserves the right to either
      1. reject the vehicle and add the agreed value for part exchange onto the total amount due from the Purchaser to the Seller or
      2. deduct the cost to repair the damage to the vehicle for part exchange from the agreed value for said vehicle
    Should any of the above conditions for vehicle part exchange not be adhered to by the Purchaser, the Seller reserves the right to reject (be free from commitment to accept) the vehicle for part exchange and charge the agreed value of said part exchange to the Purchaser, i.e. the Purchaser pays for the vehicle they purchase at full price.
  19. By the Purchaser providing the Seller with the Purchaser's address and contact details, the Purchaser authorises the Seller to use these details to contact him regarding both this order, and other services or deals offered by the Seller.
  20. Where the Seller extends any of the above deadline dates to assist the Purchaser, this shall not prejudice any right or claim the Seller has.
  21. No clauses listed herein shall or are intended to affect the Purchaser's Statutory Rights relating to the purchase of the vehicle.
  22. This agreement is solely between the Purchaser and the Seller. All third party rights are excluded under Third Party Contract Law.
  23. This agreement sets out the entire agreement between the parties and the Purchaser confirms that they rely on no other verbal assurances given to them by the Seller.