Guys, looking for some advice over this one. Put down a deposit on an 08 A3 TDI from a local garage. The car has just shy of 7000 miles on it and looks and drives fine. It is a one owner car registered from new with Newcastle Audi. The problem is i've had an RAC check which says there's a mileage descrepancy. I'm pretty new to these checks and never had this problem before. There's no other problems and all other details are confirmed including the one owner from new. I have seen all paperwork for the car and it all appears in order. The report however says that on 24th Sept 2008 (when the car was just under 6 month old) the mileage was recorded at 17932 and says the mileage was recorded by the manufacturer. I've contacted Newcastle AUDI to see if they could clarify this as I thought it strange if its been clocked with one owner knowing that it can be tied back to them. Newcastle AUDI obviously have the car on record but say they can't find any record of the car being in at any AUDI dealership in the UK for servicing/warranty work etc. and can't shed any light as to how the mileage register would have that info. I also contacted Glasgow AUDI (just in case) who also tell me the same thing. I've contacted RAC to see if they can shed some light but they couldn't and told me that my only option was to get the owner to fax the mileage register registering the discrepancy and they would investigate. Problem lies that they can't give a timescale and obviously, although, I believe it to be a mistake, I'm not wanting to be buying it whilst a dispute is ongoing which could be weeks or months before its sorted. The owner/garage deny any knowledge of why it would be recorded as being at that mileage and state the mileage is correct. Has anyone had this sort of problem before or can you suggest any other options. Cheers.