Buying a Car?

Online automotive scam: don’t let them fool you!

Added 10 February 2015 by

Online automotive scam: don’t let them fool you!

Compared to countries of western Europe,  Poland does not offer impressive salaries; this makes us eager to seek best value for money deals. On the other hand, we pay great attention to quality. As such, we are an easy target for all kinds of online frauds. They use Polish websites to post offers of great imported vehicles at truly competitive prices. The problem is, these cars only exist online and thus will never reach you, no matter how much you pay.

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Buying a Car?

How to buy a car from Germany

Added 3 February 2015 by

How to buy a car from Germany

German cars are just as popular in Poland as many other products manufactured by our Western neighbours. Famous for its well-maintained roads and drivers’ care for their vehicles (not to mention their regular use of certified service stations), Germany is a great place to import your new car from. Still, the country of manufacturing should not be the sole factor in determining whether the deal you have found is not a scam. Whenever you are buying, you need to be wary of potential faults, both in the car and the way it is being sold.

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Buying a Car?

How to buy a car from the USA?

Added 25 January 2015 by

American cars are cheaper than their European equivalents; they also tend to offer a more comfortable suspension and be equipped better – no wonder they attract so many. There are always two sides to a coin, though: buying a USA car results in far more additional costs and formalities than if you went for a car sold in your own country or anywhere in the EU.

As a result, a decision to buy a car from the USA should be well-informed and preceded by careful calculations; in other words, you need to know that going to such lengths to get the desired vehicle will pay. A car produced in the USA should be 20-30% cheaper than its EU equivalent, so in general it pays to import the more expensive models.

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Buying a Car?
VIN checker - vehicle history report

VIN checker – what data about car can you verify by decoding VIN?

Added 27 May 2014 by

The purchase of a used car brings the risk of buying a car with accident past or a retracted odometer. Unfair seller hunt for people who are not experts in automotive and don’t know how to check the thickness of paint or verify the actual mileage. It is worth to start checking every used car by decoding VIN through a VIN checker (a search engine for VIN), which is available on autodnaeurope.com website.
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