Thursday, 14 February 2019

Vehicle check

Why vehicle history check is essential before buying a used car

Purchasing a used vehicle can be exhausting as there are so many things to consider and check. You don’t want to be fooled by a nicely polished car that is filled to the brim with defects. Having a particular direction makes it easier to walk, same goes for a used car, if we know what to look for then we can make our purchase that much smooth.


          Fortunately, several resources and tools can help you make an informed purchase; we at Car Analytics know how frustrating it can be to find out every detail about a used car and then organizing that data.
 We provide full vehicle data checks that gives you all the information you must have before buying any used vehicle.
Car Analytics provides 70k+ FREE vehicle check reports to the used car community on a monthly basis, we generate all these vehicle history checks to show that we provide a comprehensive and detailed report for a very reasonable cost and don’t rely on our brand name and rip off your wallet unlike some agencies who claim to have been in this industry for a long time.



Have you shortlisted your car yet?



Guidelines to buying a used vehicle

 We provide a list of what you can do in an orderly manner to avoid any hassle that may arise from buying a useless second hand car a.k.a "lemon"
1. Do your own research
Before jumping onto the billing bandwagon, make a list of the vehicles you’re targeting. Once you have your list, get help from Car Analytics, check the cars you have on your list using the registration number and check the details. When you have prepared on what you need and what the market has to offer, it will be easy to filter out the jewels from the so called ”lemons”.

2. Valuation

Mileage and vehicle age can affect a car’s value, cars of the same make and model may have variations in price due to these differences. Our vehicle valuation reports can help you decide the market price for the vehicle you intend to buy.

3. Question the dealer

While contacting a dealer or an individual seller, it is best practice to get as much information possible about the used vehicle, always question if you feel any uncertainty during the purchase.
We have a variety of reports that can tend to your needs and also answer the questions that follow:
Here we have some Frequently Asked Questions regarding a used car screening:
·         Are there any outstanding finances left?
·         What is the count of Keepers history?
·         Has the car been set for scrapping?
·         What is the actual mileage without clocking?
·         Was the car involved in any accidents or police records?
·         Has the car undergone any brutal damage, will it be safe to drive again?

4. Inspect

Before taking your vehicle on a test drive, always ensure you inspect the conditions of the vehicle and check for any signs of chassis repair, flood damage, or rust that could potentially wreak havoc on you in the near future. Take help from a car mechanic for a detailed diagnosis.

5. Test drive

After giving the car a thorough inspection, it’s time to get the wheels turning. Drive the car in a large parking lot and on a road where you can drive the vehicle above 60 mph. To evaluate the used car, observe all features whilst driving:
 Steering-wheel behaviour
·         Brake timing and response
·         Windshield wiper degree of freedom
·         Air conditioning/heating
·         Power windows
·         Headlights, directional lights and taillights
Pay attention to the engine sounds to notice any erratic behaviour. 

6. Check your full vehicle history

          Note down the VRN (Vehicle Registration Number) or registration plate number and get a full vehicle check at Car Analytics, a comprehensive and detailed vehicle report for rock-bottom prices in this profiteering and wallet draining market.



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