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.
Mileage anomaly or mileage clocking is, unfortunately, a rampant phenomenon in the UK. According to a study conducted by a data check provider, 2.5 million vehicles (not included the ones less than three years old) on the UK roads have a car mileage anomaly. It means the chances of buying a car with the wrong mileage are very high. If you purchase such a vehicle unknowingly and find out about inconsistency, later on, you should know you are not alone, and you have certain legal rights.
A car import check reveals the import status of the vehicle in question. If you have made up your mind to purchase a used car, you must perform the DVLA car import check since buying an imported or exported vehicle have their pros and cons. Here, we will discuss the common queries of people associated with an imported vehicle check.
We are back with the second episode of the most common questions people ask us about car check for free in the UK. Before, you read on this post, we highly suggest you go through the previous blog to get a complete understanding of our car data check.
In the UK’s saturated used car market, there are so many misconceptions and queries. The buyers always want to know the best route to purchase a secondhand car and avoid the rip-offs. It is our duty as the BEST vehicle check provider in the UK to guide you towards the hassle-free buying process.
The summer is here, and so are its preparations. Thankfully, the lockdown is eased, and people can now hit the road and enjoy the lovely weather. Either you are preparing for a local staycation in England or a journey to Europe, you must perform basic car maintenance to stay safe on the road. If buying a used car to accompany you is a part of your summer road trip plans, make sure you perform a comprehensive car check at Car Analytics first.
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.
After shortlisting your desired vehicle, the very first thing you need to do is check car details. Why? Because 1 in 3 cars in the UK have a hidden history, according to different reports. Therefore, it is wise to know who owns the vehicle, did it receive severe damage in an accident and written off, is it stolen, does it have a mileage anomaly and other vehicle information. Let’s find out what are the most important car details you need to be aware of before making your purchase decision.
If you are looking to buy a family vehicle, I recommend you consider Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs). They have plenty of space for both the passengers and the luggage, plus they come with extraordinary off-road driving capabilities.