Car reg check
People tend to change plate numbers according to their own wish and will, but this may end up in covering some major issues of the vehicle. It is always fundamental to know a number plate check, to uncover the history of plate change and cross check with the seller. If the seller states the plate change, it means that there is no issue. But if it is not informed to you, then you should start rethinking about buying that used car.
Thieves usually steal license plates from the public with similar cars to their own and there is little police can do to prevent this fraud. These are dangers when, you drive around with the tags and stickers that may be cloned.
Always know what your plate number is, avoid being caught for a crime that makes you the bait. Know more about Number plate changes and check with our detailed reports.
- A thief can use a crowbar under the plate frame and take it off without damaging the plate, so avoid using license plate frames. And if you do then, invest in unique security screws that are tough to remove with common tools. Order them online or get them from a hardware store.
- Avoid placing your new registration stickers over the old one. Criminals can easily remove the sticker and it will peel off, rather peel off the old sticker, apply mineral spirits (acetone) then stick on the new registration number. Even if someone tries to scrape it off, the sticker will come off in pieces.
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Always ensure the quality of your purchase with our DVLA Car Reg check at Car Analytics. We ensure the data provided to you is updated.
If you have bought a vehicle without proper previous plate change history, there are chances that you may end up losing the vehicle and the money; if the outstanding finance is not handled properly.
What we do
We at Car Analytics, provide you with Number Plate Check. The report provides you with the total number of plate changes in braces. If there has been no plate change as such, it will be displayed in green, which means it is highly safe to buy the vehicle. If there has been a plate change, it will be displayed in yellow colour. Buying a car with numerous plate changes should be bought with proper consideration.