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The advice that I give is to have the fault codes read first after a test run. do not believe anything the seller says. If there are no faults recorded, then have the vehicle independently checked by an accredited motoring checking shop (Motoring club) use a fridge magnet to check for body bog and rusty panels. a passing certificate can be bought so do not rely on it as an indication of good vehicle.
Posted on Dec 13, 2014
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