‘Clocking’ rates differ between Irish and British vehicles

‘Clocking’ rates differ between Irish and British vehicles
Clocking is now a criminal offence in the Republic of Ireland

Practice more prevalent on UK imports

New data released last week by vehicle history expert, Cartell.ie, reveals that while the percentage of Irish vehicles offered for sale with a mileage discrepancy has reduced since the enactment of legislation criminalising the practice in 2014.  However ‘clocking’ appears to still be prevalent in the market – especially when it comes to vehicles imported from Britain.

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