2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 09:36
Anyone interested in buying a used car should look very carefully. A test report from the previous main inspection helps to identify possible problems.
When looking for a used car, private buyers should look out for hidden defects in the models on offer. According to the TÜV Rheinland in Cologne, the test reports of the last general inspection and emissions test can provide information on the condition of the vehicle. There, for example, the beginning of rust is pointed out. In addition, interested parties should be shown the inspection booklet, which provides information on maintenance.
Pay attention to the paint
According to the experts, indications of previous accident damage can be dull and uneven areas in the paintwork or uneven gaps on the hood, trunk or doors. Tires that are worn out to different degrees indicate a faulty suspension setting. According to the TÜV, private buyers cannot avoid a test drive. Every function should be tested and checked for unusual noises.
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