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This website provides helpful and convenient information regarding United Kingdom driving licence, vehicles, MOT, SORN and tax disc including advice on the following:
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If you need to apply for, renew or replace a licence, or have any other vehicle enquiry, you may also contact Drivers' Customer Services, Correspondence Team, DVLA, SA6 7JL or the Vehicle Customer Services, DVLA, SA99 1AR. You also may be able to use the vehicle and licensing services at a Post Office®.
Getting the vehicle history report for your car isn't rocket science, but there's a definite technique to doing it correctly. To start with, you need the vehicle VIN number which can be found in several locations throughout the car. By law the VIN number must be prominently displayed in the driver's side door well, the dashboard, on the engine block and on any paperwork that identifies the car and its owner.
Used car dealers often provide a great opportunity for car buyers to get a great car at a fair price. Dealers often specialize in certain types of vehicles and can provide a wide selection of good quality vehicles. Buyers need to be cautious, however, with both the used car dealer and the used car. Used car warranties are an important protection for used car buyers. They help by providing protection to the borrower in the event that the car does not work properly within a specified period of time.
Although there are some good quality used vehicle dealers in the UK market, there are also those that would prefer to scam buyers. Some dealers sell cars that are not in proper working condition for prices that are not justifiable. Buyers should be very cautious about buying used cars direct from used car dealers who attempt to sell vehicles on an “as is” basis. This means they offer no used car warranty or protection to the buyer. Thus, the vehicle dealer is relieved of any responsibility to deliver on good quality or service commitments to their used car buyers.
Used car buyers should always examine the exterior and interior of used cars before buying. They should also review the vehicle's full service history and check the mileage. The challenge in the used car market is that even a studious buyer faces the possibility of getting a bad deal. Some used car and used van dealers are good at covering up the true quality of their vehicles by coating the exterior and giving it a polished look. This is why buyers should insist on, or take into account the advantages of a used car warranty.
Used car warranties are a dealer's way of guaranteeing the quality of their vehicles. Good quality used car dealers want to build a reputation for service and commitment to build trust with consumers. A used car warranty should protect buyers against vehicle problems and repairs that result shortly after the used vehicle purchase.