Bristol, UK – Known to be a leading car history and vehicle inspection provider in the UK with detailed reports that help pre-owned vehicle buyers make the best decision, CarVeto is proud to offer more resources to its customers.
Seeing as the process of buying a pre-owned car is fraught with issues concerning legality and safety, the CarVeto guide has been published to put buyers on their toes so they get a sound, reliable investment.
The car buying guide goes into the details of everything a car buyer should know and do before making a commitment to a used car. The guide also goes ahead to educate buyers on how to save as much as 20% on upfront costs.
“Compared to new purchases, buying a car second-hand saves a significant amount of cash. How much you save depends on the type of vehicle you buy, its age, mileage, general condition, and whether you are buying from a car dealer, a private seller, online, or auction. Websites such as Autotrader commonly advertise 400,000 vehicles at a given time, and with a wide selection, motorists can usually find the car to suit their requirements,” said Marcus Rockey, the spokesperson for CarVeto, regarding purchases with cost savings.
The CarVeto database also offers an added advantage to the buyer, as they get to access the full history of the car they are about to purchase. Usually, all of this information is open-source and is available to anyone who has a vehicle registration number on hand. As part of the information contained on the detailed report provided by CarVeto, buyers or sellers will be able to access the Driver Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) information, police reports, Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB) information, Experian asset register, as well as the Motor Insurance Anti-Fraud Theft Register (MIAFTR) information.
The CarVeto guide for buying a car takes readers through the process of calculating fuel economy and running cost, the best time to buy a car, quick tips on how to choose a car, best ways of selling a current car, the cost of getting on the road and staying there, what to look out for when buying a used car, test-driving a car, paperwork and document checks when buying a car, and more.
Car buyers can also learn about the difference between a supplying dealer, an independent dealer, buying privately, the legal requirements of driving in the UK, and more.
CarVeto is located at 13 Harbury Road, Henleaze, Bristol, Avon BS9 4PN, GB. For additional information, send an email to email@example.com or visit their website to gain access to the company’s comprehensive car buying guide.