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Registration guide

How do I register?

CarsOnTheWeb is an online car auction website aimed specifically at professional car traders and dealers. Registration is free, but we do require certain information:

1.   Your company information
This is essential company information including your VAT number.

2.   Your contact details
You need to provide your name and contact information. After you’ve sent the registration form, you’ll need to validate your email address by clicking on the link in an email we send to the address. It’s simple stuff that won’t take a moment.

3.   Terms and Conditions
We want you to know exactly how everything works. And you’re definitely going to want to know how everything works! Reading and agreeing to our Terms and Conditions is a good way to start. Please contact us if you have any questions.

4.   Updates?
Click Yes on the boxes and we will email or phone you with any product or pricing updates as well as special offers and promotions. A great way to stay up to date on what is happening with vehicle auctions – and a step ahead of your competition.

5.   Identification
Last but not least, we ask you to send us a copy of your ID, as well as a document that proves you are a car trader (eg. Nace codes). You can upload these via the registration form or send them via mail. We must receive both before we can activate your account and let you start bidding.


Learn how register  and activate your CarsOnTheWeb account

In the movie below, we will show you in about 1 minute how to register and activate your account, for a flying start on CarsOnTheWeb! For additional questions, feel free to contact our customer service.



Questions?


If you’re not entirely sure which documents you need, if you have any questions or if you would like more detailed, country-specific information, make sure you contact us. We are here to help.

Under normal circumstances, we will approve your account within one working day. After this, you can start bidding, buying and winning with CarsOnTheWeb.

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