Vehicle Check UK
Why should you get a vehicle check?If you are looking to buy a used vehicle, which is probably the second biggest purchase you would make you really need to make sure you are spending your money wisely and safely. There are unfortunately many unscrupulous people out there trying to part you with your money by selling you a vehicle with a dodgy past.
A vehicle check from Car Check UK will firstly give you a FREE vehicle identity check, this will confirm the make, model and colour for you, then there are further options on how thorough you wish your vehicle check to be. If you intend on checking several vehicles there are options to purchase multiple checks with discount packages.
How a vehicle check works.
In order to provide a check data is compiled from several sources:
DVLA data base.
Police national computer.
Association of British Insurers.
And for your extra safety car check uk have VOSA recall check for any vehicle models with manufacturing faults.
Why check for outstanding finance?
Did you know that one in four cars checked still have outstanding finance?
If a car still has outstanding finance on it it does NOT belong yet to the person selling it, it still belongs to the finance provider, a car registration form says boldly that the person holding it is not necessarily the owner of the vehicle. it is not legally theirs to sell.
The only way to check if there is outstanding finance is to check the vehicles history which is included in the £19.99 check or purchase 5 checks including the finance check for £24.99.If the previous owner has discontinued paying for the vehicle and sold the vehicle to you the police will be aware of this,then if the police come across your vehicle it will be re possessed and returned to the finance provider and you will lose your money and the vehicle.
Unfortunately in these hard times people are more likely to have this happen to them so better to be safe than sorry.
For further information visit Free Car Check or Car Registration Check
Updated on the 25/04/2013
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