It’s fifthly, slightly scratched and incredibly messy inside (thanks to your kids) but your family car is actually more appealing to thieves than you think.
Buying a used vehicle is serious business. By making you aware of the following advice, the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) can help you reduce the risk of buying a stolen vehicle.
When buying a car, you really need to make sure that you’re getting exactly what you pay for – and nothing more
Buying a used car is not an entirely safe exercise; we highlight some of the scams to watch out for and save you heartache and money.
Research from the team behind the AA Car Data Check reveals that 20%* of used car buyers would pay three quarters of the value of a car in cash to secure a potential dream purchase
Each year, thousands of unsafe cars are put back on the road after accident repairs and many more are stolen.
DVLA is warning motorists to check the V5C registration certificate when buying a used vehicle.
The head of the police’s vehicle crime unit says there needs to be a shake-up of the way second hand cars are bought.
If you are about to buy, or are thinking of buying a new car, there are some practical things that you need to look out for.
It's easy to buy and sell cars online. However, according to a car trading website, ExchangeandMart.co.uk, there are a growing number of criminals who target online used car buyers and sellers.