Despite e-commerce being generally popular some industries seem to be immune to the digital revolution. Among things we don’t usually buy on-line cars but all seems to point out that this will change pretty soon.
Drivers are now sitting at home instead of using their cars, even for commuting, but what if you want to us this time to actually buy or sell a car? What do the formalities for motorists look like today? autoDNA has prepared a list of answers to questions that may arise during the epidemic.
According to autoDNA, a leading provider of online vehicle history reports, a 100 km difference in mileage may mean up to 28,5 k PLN of difference in prices of the same model. The newer the car, the bigger the profit when the odometer is clocked.
The recent days have literally turned our lives upside-down. It seems that in the near future, most of us will stay at home and only go out for the necessary supplies.
The vehicle models popular in Poland are quite risky to buy: it is not uncommon for them to be a total write-off worth from one to a few dozen thousand PLN. As per the autoDNA service, in the case of such popular models as Audi A6 or A4, the percentage of checks which returned the “total write-off” result in 2019 was, on average, higher than 10%.