Did you know that 1 in 15 people living in the UK buys a used car every single year? Neither did we, but it’s true. It equates to around 4 million of us every 365 days, which is an astounding feat on its own. What’s even more astounding is that despite all of these purchases, things are still just so complicated. Electrical faults, engine failures, suspension coils, it can really feel like you’re relying on luck. Luckily for you, that’s where CarExamer comes in.
CarExamer.com founder Klavs Simkus, a qualified mechanic and entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience revealed: “The demand for pre-purchase car examinations is ever increasing. Prior to buying a used car, it is so important to check what you’re actually buying, as a poorly maintained vehicle could potentially come with the expensive price tag for repairs needed after purchase.
CarExamer aims to help car buyers by doing a more than 200-point inspection and providing approximate repair estimates, audio feedback, video feedback, and inspector follow up call with instant reports after inspection. A qualified mechanic is given an objective to inspect the sellers/vendors car’s condition, taking in consideration mileage and age of the car and report back maintenance issues, faults in electrical system using diagnostics scan of all subsystems, possible developing faults in the future where no immediate action is needed, recommendations the best possible course of action for the buyer.”
If you’ve been stung
before, you know you’re not alone in this either. Statistically speaking,
around 90% of cars inspected have some maintenance issues in some way or
another and 20% of those are major faults too. That’s huge. Even worse;
dealership cars aren’t exceptions to this either. Neither are most other
The problems don’t stop there, either. This stress isn’t a new concept after all. There are so many different services out there trying to get to the bottom of it, it gets confusing. It gets so confusing, in fact, that most car vendors actually tend to find their own way to do things. They use checklists provided by insurance companies to make sure they are safe, legally at least. It’s cheaper and quicker for them to do things that way after all. The issue with that for us, however, is that we are still in the dark. Insurance checklists and actual service and performance checks are very different things. We’re still at square 1, but without a leg to stand on if things do go wrong.
Do your Homework
To make sure that you’re as safe as can be and that you’re doing the right thing, it’s always a good choice to do your homework. Check as much as you can. Even if the car comes with a warranty, your car could still end up costing you more money than you paid for it to make it right. Issues like spare keys, maintenance history, bodywork… the list goes on. They’re all issues which even though they may cost you a fortune, won’t be covered under any warranty, and if you’ve already bought the car, you’re not getting a refund no matter how hard you try. Both time and money are being saved here with CarExamer.
So, with all of this confusion, stress and uncertainty out there, what could we ever do about it? Everything. We have car inspectors on hand 14 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you get the most out of your motor. Our inspectors all have a minimum of 5 years car handling experience on the job, with qualifications and accreditations to go with it. On top of that, we’re insured. You have a problem, we can fix it. There’s no cost to us, and no cost to you. No matter what, you’re covered.
Get in Touch!
There’s no waiting, no wondering, and no wallowing. We have an easy to use inline booking system that gives you instant results after the inspection, all without leaving your home. Check us out online for more information.