SME News Magazine, a famous quarterly digital publication for small and medium-sized businesses and entrepreneurs in the UK, has released the names of winners for its flagship UK Enterprise Awards 2020. We are proud to announce that Car Analytics has got the Best Vehicle History Check Service 2020 Award for its customer-centric, quick, and affordable car data check services.
A leading and renowned automotive business that is based in the UK, Car Analytics provides its clients with a range of car and vehicle related services, in addition to a completely free and the best UK vehicle check. So although ‘low cost’ or ‘economical’ might describe the price range of their services, it’s more accurate to say they are the first company of its kind, in this market, to be recognised for their entirely free vehicle data check.
If you are considering buying a used car in the UK, you definitely need a full car history check report, which may cost you a few pounds. The report would save you from buying outstanding finance, scrapped, written-off, mileage clocked, or stolen car. With so many services available, the question is which vehicle history check provider is offering the cheapest HPI check in the UK? Today, we will honestly analyse three top car history check providers and tell you which is the cheapest of all?
Good news for those who have their MOT due on or after 30 March 2020. So if you have bought a used car or already having one, please make sure your vehicle check is updated, as the MOT expiry date has been extended for 6 months due to the COVID-19 outbreak. It has been initiated to avoid the spread of the virus.
The current Corona Virus outbreak has wreaked havoc globally.
In consequence, the UK’s auto industry is one of the hardest-hit sectors. It’s facing falling demand and delayed or halted production of new cars.
So, what does the ongoing pandemic mean for the used car market in the UK, and what do you need to know as a potential buyer?
The Coronavirus pandemic is affecting all the automotive businesses in the world and the UK car market is no exception. A lot is going on in the automotive industry here, from delays in the production of new car models to low vehicle sales and postponement or cancellation of major auto shows and motorsport events. The virus didn’t spare any industry.