Wednesday July 8, 2020

‘Clocking’ rates differ between Irish and British vehicles

Practice more prevalent on UK imports

29th November, 2015
Clocking is now a criminal offence in the Republic of Ireland

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.

Cartell.ie took a sample of 4,479 vehicle history checks carried out on its website in September...

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