Don’t part with any cash for a used vehicle without a logbook. That’s the message from HPI to car buyers.
HPI urges used car buyers to protect themselves against the threat of purchasing a potential death trap masquerading as a bargain.
The UK’s leading vehicle history check expert, HPI, is warning used car buyers to be on their guard against stolen log books (V5) after receiving a spate of consumer calls expressing concern over recent purchases.
Mercury’s finally rising, spelling the arrival of summer and sending used car buyers out on the hunt for that cool cabriolet, with recent figures showing that a quarter of Britons list a convertible as their dream summer purchase.
Twenty per cent of used car buyers would pay three quarters of the value of a car in cash to secure a potential dream purchase.
Channel 5’s Cowboy Traders has put the spotlight on the risks of buying used cars, highlighting that outstanding finance is a key concern for buyers and sellers alike.
Vehicle information provider, HPI, understands how confusing it can be for online used car shoppers to determine whether the vehicle they’re looking at online represents good value or not.
“Clocking” – otherwise known as illegitimately adjusting a vehicle’s mileage - has been practiced by dodgy used car sellers for many years as a means to make extra money.
Whilst superstitious new car buyers may be cautious about the unlucky 13 series registration plate this March, spring remains a good time to go hunting for used car bargains, says vehicle information expert HPI.
Valuing new stock can be challenging, especially if a vehicle has a number of factory fitted options on it that could influence the price.
Millions of motorists will risk their safety this winter as they take to the roads without undertaking essential car maintenance like checking their tyres or carrying basic items like de-icer.
The end of October marks the end of British Summer Time and, as we turn the clocks back, used vehicle history expert, HPI, reminds used car buyers to watch out for unscrupulous sellers turning the clocks back on their mileage readings.
Vehicle information expert, HPI, has played a key role in helping Greater Manchester Police (GMP) smash a highly organised criminal gang who stole vehicles to order and sold them on to unsuspecting buyers.
Used car information expert HPI is urging dealers to make mileage checks part of their day-to-day business practice as its National Mileage Register (NMR) reaches the 150 million readings milestone.
Consumers need to protect themselves from the risk of buying a clocked car, warns vehicle history expert HPI.
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