Security when buying or selling a vehicle with legal characters and in small print to protect both parties. Did you know that there are about 55,000 vehicles sold illegally each year? Full history of New Zealand`s possession. How many owners? Name and address Details of non-individual property. If you know the location of a stolen vehicle, always think about your own safety and that of others. Don`t follow a vehicle you think you`ve stolen. If the vehicle is being driven or you think the driver or occupants of the vehicle are still nearby, call 111 and ask the police. How not to lose your newly purchased vehicle to a Repo-Man! Did you know that 250,000 debts are registered each year in vehicles and that 255,000 debts are hidden simultaneously on past records? A used car sold by a dealership must have a fitness order of less than a month. However, a private seller may sell a vehicle without an arrest warrant, provided the vehicle is clearly identified at the sale “as it is, where” (this is not an option for a dealer). More than 50 controls to find problems. Dodgy vehicle? Money? The risk of vehicle recovery? Possession history, hidden problems and more. The history of Japan is available.
U.S. vehicle history available. We think insurance companies are not worth the cost. You are better off spending your money on a pre-purchase check and waiting regularly for the vehicle after the purchase. For more information, see our full report. Out of 100 vehicles imported from Japan, there are more than 200 vehicles. Make sure your import is not part of these horror stories! There are a few reasons why dodgy traders dress up as private sellers: no CIN, no security declaration, no written sales contract and the possibility of selling without a new arrest warrant “as it is, where is it”. Watch out for these thugs, avoid them and report all suspects to the Trade Commission. Selling your vehicle? Create a CIN for free. Look for a vehicle, then click “CIN – Sell this vehicle.” If the vehicle appears to be abandoned, please inform the police of its location by contacting your local police department. If you would like to provide information about this vehicle, you can call 0800 555 111.
If you buy from a dealership, you must disclose all security interest for unpaid financial payments (you don`t have this protection if you buy privately – you should use a vehicle audit service like CarJam to find out if it is debt-free). Information about ownership of this vehicle is not available. Please contact the New Zealand Transportation Agency in writing. With your used car, mechanical troubleshooting insurance offered? Our advice: forget it. Dealers love insurance: it`s an extra gain from a car sale and an attempt to ease their CGA responsibilities (even if they can`t get away with it).