Look around your truck and check that all the electrics work – everything from the lights and wipers outside to the stereo, air-con and displays inside. You should also check that the tyres (including any spares) are in good condition and that all the mechanical bits and pieces are in full working order.
If you come across any minor problems or damage, it’s worthwhile getting them fixed. If your MOT or service is due, consider getting a fresh one done. This is not just because a clean bill of health will make the truck more appealing to potential buyers, but also any obvious problem provides the buyer with the perfect opportunity to try and beat you down on price.
Finally, don’t forget that preparing your truck involves more than just the truck itself. Gather together all the paperwork you have such as MOT certificates, and details of any services or repairs that you have had completed. Confirming the truck’s history will give the buyer peace of mind that comes from knowing that it has been looked after and therefore helps to make the truck more valuable.