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 sales of second-hand cars (just like the sales of new cars) are virtually non-existent. Both the buyers and the sellers have drastically decreased their activity in fear of helping the virus spread. Dealerships in the whole country have suspended their operations because their customers are staying home.
However, closed dealerships don’t mean you need to postpone your search for a car. You definitely have more time now, even though you can’t use it to do all that needs to be done to buy a car. Luckily, some of the classifieds offer the 360-degree view both for checking the exterior and interior of a car. This feels almost as if we were looking at a vehicle in real conditions. But what about checking the car’s history, including the mileage or its technical condition?
When the whole country is fighting the outbreak of coronavirus, you can still check the vehicle history on-line. All you need is the VIN number of the car you’re interested in. If the VIN is not available in the offer, ask the seller to provide it, then enter it at autoDNA and our engine will show you, free of charge, what information is available in the paid reports. You don’t need to actually see the car to learn a lot about it; our database has collision entries, stored mileage, and sometimes even historical photos of the vehicle.
autoDNA supports #stayathome We believe there is no need to risk an infection; a number of things can wait until the situation gets better. With us, you can keep looking for a car, though, and make sure you are well-informed even when you don’t go out. This is why we have prepared a special discount code A4EKBSXJM7 that reduces the price of autoDNA reports by 40%. The code is valid until 31.03.2020. It’s there both for the buyers and the sellers. If you’re buying, you can quickly check the information available for the vehicle you have found, in the comfort of your own home. If you’re selling, an autoDNA report is a great way of validating the contents of your offer.