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  1. Hi all, Need some advise in relation to a vehicle i sold. I advertised the vehicle locally and had a chap come down to purchase the car. He came down, and had a look at the car. I suggested we start the car up and take it for a test drive. The buyer was in a hurry and said it's fine and he is in a hurry. We got down to the paperwork, i showed him everything i had, service history/timing belt reciepts etc. He was happy with everything and we did the exchanged. I get a call in the evening and he said that the mot certificate nor the full service history was in ther
  2. Hi everyone, I really need advice on this subject as I do not want to make the wrong choice here. I bought a car a few months ago and to cut a long story short, I have found that the the car garage have forged the MOT certificate (not forged by the MOT centre itself, but the garage has put a blank square of paper over the advisory items and photocopied it) showing me the car had no advisories, when it actually had 9. When I got it home I realised it was leaking diesel (which I didn't notice when I picked it up as they kindly left the tank empty for me) and the windscreen had a crack
  3. Hi everyone! I'm in absolute car hell and in desperate need of some advice. I went to view my first car about a month and a half ago at a garage in Birmingham. (They shall remain nameless until i find out if they are going to change their mind and help me) I viewed the car and there were some bits that needed doing to the interior but the engine was good and aside from the little interior bits it looked like a fab car. I wasnt able to take it for a test drive but the MOT certificates were there, (2 of them) and my boss who i took with me said it was a good car, i should buy it, and the sa
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