The used vehicle market is more important than ever and within this sales system, there is a growing number of vehicles considered as “reconditioned”. On television, on the radio or directly with players in the second-hand world, promotions and advertisements do not end with this subject.
Like a mobile phone or other technological object, reconditioning has therefore also become established in the automotive world. However, the interest is not necessarily the same as for the objects just mentioned since it does not have, at the base, a direct ecological vocation. However, it offers great arguments for potential buyers looking for a new vehicle.
While presenting the interest of reconditioning a vehicle, we take the opportunity to define whether or not reconditioned cars are among the most reliable on the second-hand market? While buying refurbished cars (with players like Reezocar) is currently on the rise, the answers should undoubtedly allow us to lift the veil on an innovative and, above all, rapidly expanding practice.
Technical control obligations
Whether you go through an individual, a dealership or a platform specializing in car sales, the law is the same. Systematically in the context of a used vehicle sale, the seller must provide a technical inspection report to the buyer.
In all cases, it must have been established for less than six months at the time of the sale of the vehicle and this obligation applies to all vehicles over four years old. Below, the document is not mandatory, as is the passage to the technical control…Read more about Auto moto: auto et moto magazine