The misfuelling prevention device

Possibility of turning back time fuels concerns among motorists

Most motorists looking to buy a used (pre-lived?) motor tend to like a lowish mileage in relation to the age of the car. Their perception may be influenced by whether a given car has a diesel or petrol engine too.

A new style of MoT certificate, however, could cause problems for motorists as there is the possibility of the garage entering a lower mileage in error, leaving unwitting motorists open to charges of ‘clocking’ their vehicles.  Visit http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2239590/Motorists-urged-check-new-style-MOT-certificates-avoid-accused-illegally-clocking-mileage.html?ito=feeds-newsxml to read what a respected motoring organisation has to say.

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