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A van check can help you get through buying a used van smoothly, whether you are looking for a van, camper or a pick up by getting you necessary information such as MOT records, tax dues, vehicle specs and other crucial things like getting to know the outstanding finance, written off status etc.
In a dvla van check you get make, model and registration of the van, which is useful for buying. This information is completely free online and easily obtainable from CarDotCheck. If you need more information try our Prime or Pro check, it is better to have detailed information before investing in a used van. Get a van check to ensure you are buying the right vehicle.
Prime Check can give you details about VIN (vehicle identification number - last 5 digits only), matching the VIN can provide authentication to identify your van. Using VIN is a good idea to know if the van was cloned.
Avoid buying van or pickup that comes with a warning, if in the report you can observe that the car has been identified with bad MOT records or outstanding finance, there may come a time when the vehicle will not belong to you anymore and will get confiscated if the finance hasn’t been paid off.
Check MOT and mileage history for free, check out our optim check for vans before you decide to purchase. Get vehicle specifications along with tax dues while browsing through the van's details which can help you decide if the van is suitable or not. A van check can help you out with your used van purchase.
If the van has been written off, there are some categories that we should consider before buying. Usually Cat D is the most preferred because it has non-structural damage, mostly small dents and scrapes along with damage that doesn't really affect the van's road worthiness.
If a van is damaged structurally, it would be in the C category (it has structural damage and requires more money than car's actual price to fix it). A Cat B van is most likely to be salvaged, since it would cost too much to repair and a Cat A is something you should stay away from because there is nothing left to salvage and the van should be set for scrapping.
There is a category F for vans and pickups that have been damaged by fire, which the insurer can refuse to repair, since it is not just a simple damage, there are situations where the fire damage might have screwed up crucial parts; metal embrittlement that goes unnoticed is dangerous.
There is a change in the way Cat C and Cat D are now represented, they are better known as Cat S and Cat N respectively. While performing a van check, make sure that you know what category it belongs to. A free car history check can help you make an informed decision while buying used vehicles.
Get a van check through registration plate and find out everything that you need to know about your van or pickup through the van history check. Check van registration plate before you commit to buy a van or a pickup.
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