Checking a vehicle before buying enables us to get a good vehicle and gives satisfaction for the money we spent. A vehicle check is must before buying any vehicle.First and foremost you have to check the registration status of the vehicle. Without reregistration,we should not buy that vehicle as it is a criminal offence. You will be penalized for the crime that you have made. Many vehicles have lowered their value and this information has been hidden to potentially made them dangerous in the journey.
Things to look after while vehicle checking
You have to check the vehicle is being under finance or not. Many people purchase the vehicle in finance. Finance companies offer vehicles at instalment based to the people who can’t afford the huge money at a time. If you pay finance regularly they won’t trouble you and the the vehicle will be yours if you completed the finance amount completely. If you are unable to pay the finance amount they give you a certain period to pay back the amount. If you won’t pay that amount on time they will recover your vehicle. They will sell this vehicle e for other people for some amount.
So make sure that while purchasing a vehicle there shouldn’t be any finance on your vehicle. If any balance finance amount has leftover you are lonely responsible to pay that money even if you buy the vehicle for the full amount. Almost 30- 40% of vehicles that will be sold as used vehicles are stolen. If the police find your vehicle stolen one they have full rights to seize your vehicle. The seized vehicle will be handover to the original owner of the vehicle. While purchasing a vehicle you have to look after the chassis number of the vehicle. It should be matched with the number, that is printed on the registration certificate and the engine. If both the numbers are matched then only you have to buy the vehicle. Always vehicle should be buy in the presence of the actual owner of the vehicle. This is one of the safety measures that have to look after to avoid the problems encountered later. The owner should give a clearance letter by signing on sale letter declaring that the owner has no problem selling the vehicle. The registration certificate will be transferred to your name only after the completion of the process in the registration office.