John is thinking of buying a car. It’s been serviced regularly so he’s wondering if he can save time and money not doing a mechanic inspection. It’s not an old car, so it should still be in good condition, right?
The dangers of buying second hand
Even though a car is relatively new, it could have:
- Been in an accident
- Minor problems which could escalate soon after you buy it
- Roadworthy issues
- Faulty parts that need replacing
If you don’t know about these potential problems, your bargain buy may quickly burn a hole in your pocket - and put you and your passengers at risk.
What to expect
- Thorough vehicle check
- Experienced and skilled mechanics
- Friendly and honest advice
- Easy to understand report with a summary of findings
Get a once over before you commit
Don’t risk the time, effort, and stress of taking over someone else’s problem car. Visit us for a check.
We’ll give you a detailed report so you understand the condition of the car and look into its service history. We’ll do a thorough investigation to find any leaks, unusual noises, faulty parts, or potential problems.
Expect us to check:
- Body and paintwork
- Engine and oil
- Fluid leaks
- And more
You’ll get all the information you need, and we’ll explain it to you quickly and simply so you can easily decide whether to buy the vehicle.
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