How Quickly Can You UNSORN A Car?

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When the UK government imposed the lockdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we witnessed a surge in Statutory Off-Road Notification (SORN) applications. The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) acquired around 544,887 SORN requests between 23 March and 19 April 2020. It was a bump of 116% as compared to the previous year. The reason for the surge in SORN applications was simple; motorists did not want to pay the tax and insurance for vehicles they could not use. However, things have changed now as the authorities are easing restrictions in some parts of the country. Gyms, libraries, theme parks, pubs, holiday accommodations, and places of worship now reopened. Those who applied to SORN a vehicle want to know how to unSORN a car.

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Top 5 Indications that Your Vehicle Needs Brake Servicing

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When was the last time you asked a garage about brake servicing for your vehicle? It’s not the 1st thing that occurs to the mind. It could be that you are driving a vehicle with worn or defective brakes. In this article, we will look at five ways to tell if your brakes need servicing.

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What Information is Included in Your Free Car Check?

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To get a sneak peek into a vehicle’s past, your first step should be to perform a free car check. Our free car history check typically offers necessary vehicle information as well as underlines the existing or potential issues with the vehicle you may not know about.

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Buying A Used Car: Step By Step Guide

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So, you have decided to buy a USED car instead of a NEW during these harsh economic conditions! We say it is a wise decision, but only if you take steps in the right direction. The very first step is deciding where you want to buy the vehicle in the UK, followed by a used car check and inspection.

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How to Analyze if a V5C Logbook is Original?

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The V5C vehicle registration certificate, also known as logbook or V5 form, is a document released by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) to the registered keeper of a car. It contains the proof of ownership and the particular information of a vehicle, such as the date of first registration, the previous registered keeper, and the car model, tax class, engine size, VIN/Chassis/Frame number, and the colour. V5C logbook is used to notify the DVLA about the change of ownership, an alteration of name and address, or after the car customization, scrapped, or written-off.

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How to Check if the Car Has a Category?

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While searching for your next ride in the UK, would you like to buy a car that was involved in an accident? Most people do not and right so. After all, the insurance company has written it off for a reason. But let’s delve deep and find out what happens after a car gets badly damaged in an accident. The insurance company examines the condition of the vehicle and assigns it a category. We call it insurance write off, and it pays to check car category it lies in.

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Car Clocking- Tips to Stay Clear of Car Scams

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When you are at a dealership or a private car seller’s place to inspect the car you liked, one of the most important things to check is its odometer reading. We should not take this matter lightly. Unfortunately, even after the advent of digital mileage counters, Car Clocking is still on the rise.

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Free Car Check Report: Why it Matters When Buying a New Car?

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As the UK government is easing lockdown, allowing small businesses to resume operation, it is probably the best time to buy a used car. The economic slowdown negatively impacted the used car market, with prices falling sharply. But be aware before you make your buying decision! You should not judge a vehicle from its looks or by just test driving it. Take a Vehicle History Report (VHR), aka Car Check Report (CCR), to know everything about the car’s past. You can go for a free car check report or pay a little to get a full car history report.

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Buying a Classic Car – Here Are Some Vehicle History Checks You Need to Watch Out For

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Buying a classic car demands a lot of care because it could be extremely costly to purchase, renovate, and retain. However, the good news is the value of antique and vintage cars appreciates contrary to mainstream used cars that depreciate as time passes. No matter what is your purpose to buy a classic car – investment, fun, collection, or a project – there are certain vehicle history checks you must carry out to avoid buying a lemon car.  Today, we will discuss every vehicle history check you should execute before buying a classic car. Read on: 

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How Frequent Should I Get My Vehicle Check to Avoid Breakdown

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Owning a car comes with a lot of responsibilities: from taking care of its exterior, interior to the engine, electrics, and many other mechanical parts. A well-maintained car makes all the difference when it comes to deciding its value. Most people ask me how often I should get my vehicle check to avoid car breakdown.

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