NFDA ‘disappointed’ by mileage fraud consultation response

22nd September 2017 | 0 Comments
 

Altering a vehicle’s odometer to show a lower mileage than that actually travelled is not itself illegal. However, the practice of selling a ‘clocked’ vehicle to someone, without notifying them that the vehicle’s mileage has been altered is illegal. Historically, this has been to increase the value of a vehicle, but many consumers are now adjusting their cars’ mileages to avoid excess mileage penalty fees that are part of a car’s finance agreement.

The rest of this article is for subscribers only:
Log inSubscribe

Tags: , ,

Category: Legislation, UK News

Buy subscriptions, premium industry reports, and business directory entries in our shop. | Dismiss

[ + ]