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Terms and conditions for private buyers


All cars at Engros Biler Danmark are purchased under warranty – i.e. bought “as is”.

We recommend that you always test drive a car before you buy it.

Export Plates
Export plates cost €13 per day. If you would like us to collect export plates for you, we will require an €80 fee above and beyond the day rate. If you would like to arrange plates for the car yourself, you can contact the Danish tax office located in Taastrup, which is +/-20 minutes’ drive from our office.

If you have found the car you want, contact our sales team via the contact form or by calling +45 5353 1177 to reserve the vehicle. You will then receive an invoice for a deposit of €300 / DKK 2,000. If you accept the offer, the deposit must be paid within 2 working days.

The car must be paid for and collected within 10 days of accepting the offer.

If you collect and pay for the car within 2 days, you can reserve it without paying a deposit. If the car is not paid for and collected within 2 days, your reservation will be cancelled and the car will be placed back on the stock list.

Your deposit will not be refunded, unless the sale is cancelled because the car differs substantially from the description given in the advertisement.

Please be aware that we accept a maximum of DKK 50,000 in cash. Larger amounts must be paid via bank transfer. We prefer to receive all payment via bank transfer.

Once you have transferred the agreed amount, we request that you contact our sales team to confirm that we have received your payment. This ensures that you avoid a wasted trip to our office, as we cannot release the car prior to receiving payment. To receive quick confirmation, we recommend processing the payment as an “immediate transfer”. This costs €1 in most countries.

We only buy used Danish cars. Our cars are bought from car dealers and private sellers.

Most of the cars have a satisfactory service history. We do occasionally get cars without a service history. Ask our sales staff for details.

Yes, we always welcome a dialogue about the possibility of working together.

We operate as a motor vehicle office and are therefore able to issue temporary number plates. Contact us with details on when you wish to collect your car and how long the plates must be valid for – we’ll then get everything ready for your arrival. We charge an €80 fee for this service in addition to the cost per day for your temporary plates. Alternatively, you can obtain your plates from the Danish tax authorities.

0 km. We are certified by the Danish tax authorities to value the car and can organise all the necessary re-registration paperwork on site.

Export plates cost €13 per day. If you would like to arrange plates for the car yourself, you can contact the Danish tax office located in Taastrup, which is +/-20 minutes’ drive from our office.

The price of export plates includes compulsory third-party motor vehicle liability insurance. If the car requires an all-risk (comprehensive) insurance, you are responsible for obtaining this.

Yes, we have several test plates at our disposal. Contact us before you arrive and we’ll get the car(s) ready for a test drive.

Yes, and if you are a dealer, we are always looking for new business partners...

All our cars are test driven by our mechanics and all mechanical and cosmetic faults are recorded in our system so that our sales staff can always provide you with a correct description of the car.

Yes. We currently have standing agreements with hauliers who can transport your car to Poland and Germany.

We do not have direct contact with hauliers in all European countries, so we suggest you contact us to find out which countries we have contacts in. If you organise your own transport, we can help load your car using our ramp and professional loading tools.

The answer to this requires a somewhat more in-depth explanation, which you will find here: ”How to import cars from Denmark”