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  1. apologies if this is long-winded. Basically I have a hunch my vehicle has clocked mileage, there are some tell-tale signs like the wear on steering wheel. the vehicle came from Southern Ireland, so would possibly have had KM clocks, but now has mileage clocks and is in the UK, the UK MOT certificates show corresponding mileage to what the vehicle now has. I don't know if the vehicle came to the UK privately, or with a dealer of some form importing the vehicle/first MOTing vehicle. the vehicle was written off in the UK and I bought as a damaged repairable from a salvage site
  2. Hello all!! Im speaking on behalf off my brother. He purchased a car 11 months ago on finance (thankfully) He went to a dealership to sell it as there is always something wrong with it so he wants rid of it. Well looking around the car they said about £2300. However, once he performed checks on the vehicle the manager came back and said im sorry to tell you this but your car has been clocked. blah blah obviously he is not happy. He got them printed online but didn't come with when he took the car. In 2009 the car had done 97,000 miles .2010 the car
  3. Hi, I'm looking at buying a car from a local dealer, they have advised that they know the mileage is wrong on it and it has covered around 50000 more than is showing on the Speedo, they have just put a new MOT on it. I can get it for a good price (based on actual mileage) and was wondering, this could be a stupid question but is it ok to buy a car that I know has potentially been clocked? the garage dont know who clocked it but have said it wasnt them. cheers, Nick
  4. Good evening/Morning After reading various posts on here trying to find information that will help with my predicament, I decided to join up and see if you knowledgable bunch can help me. I bought a 4 year old transit 2 years ago from a dealer on HP, It was sold to me as 66k miles and fsh. It has 2 previous keepers, one was the dealer (name on log book) and the other turns out to be a company Ford leased it too. It failed its second mot since i owned it on a few minor bits, i misplaced the failure sheet so went on VOSA's MOT History site to pull up the list of fa
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