I remember from previous comments here that many members here did not care if car was damaged before, but as long as it was HPI Clear it was all fine... For those who actually care few examples from our FB (https://www.facebook.com/vcheck.uk/) page, everything "HPI Clear":
Available to watch now:
More info by AutoExpress:
This was was alerted to us by one of our customers. They said they could not believe it is HPI clear once they got the reg from the seller. Our site only saved his *** from buying it:
True story, should be Cat S again...
This car should be Cat S under HPI. It is currently all clear. You can see it on AT advert as they HPI check each vehicle:
The real story:
And yes some will say it is not the same car and how I am sure. Please see VIN...
^^^ it is the same person ;) I link free salvage data I can find online with HPI stuff.
I lost faith in Audi drivers anyway, but if was buying 110k car which is Audi Approved I would like to know everything about the car. I am sure when you call up Sytner they will tell you it had side and...
To summarise, all the checks you do none of them include data from salvage auctions. This was my point. If something comes up as all green on all other checks not necessarily will be the case with salvage auctions check.
I hope I made this clear now;)
You missed my point completely. I brought examples of used cars which everyone thinks were NOT crashed but in fact they WERE.
I don’t want any arguments, I only wanted people to go on free website and put the REG in to check for hidden history. I did everything to help only but if you don’t get...
Yes this is exactly what I said;) I am going into circles.
If you trade in crash damaged vehicle which went missing from HPI Audi will sell it as Audi Approved. I am not saying Audi has bought from salvage, but I am saying someone has passed it into Audi and because Audi checks all cars via...
I am not saying Audi buys from insurance company as I got no evidence they do it themselves and I would have to work at Audi to have real info on what they do under the table but they would be crazy if they did it; but for example someone could have bought this is before and traded in, after...
This is what I am trying to achieve, show this is NOT LEGAL but as it currently stands it accepted all over the place and nobody questioned this until our team of guys started working on it.
Insurance companies are not selling salvage, they pass it to third parties.
The whole point in one...