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Auto Trader’s check mate

Time 14 years ago

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AUTO Trader, the UK’s no 1 motoring website and magazine, has announced a new partnership with Experian, the global information services company, to provide a new white label vehicle provenance product – Vehicle Check.

 

The new Vehicle Check product is available through Auto Trader on any used vehicle and will check if the vehicle has been stolen or salvaged; had a number plate change; has outstanding finance, clocked mileage; or has been involved in a major accident and is an insurance write-off. 

 

The new Vehicle Check solution is available as a single and a multi vehicle check of up to five cars. The Vehicle Check costs £19.99 and £24.99 respectively and can be purchased via AutoTrader.co.uk and VehicleCheck.co.uk.


 

Tom White, Head of Partnerships at Auto Trader, said: ‘We are delighted to announce the launch of Vehicle Check, in partnership with Experian. We are confident that we will increase the number of motorists that are running vehicle checks with our two new, innovative products.’

 

Kirk Fletcher, Managing Director of Experian’s Automotive division, added: ‘Experian is one of the leading providers of vehicle provenance services on the market trusted not only by consumers, but also by manufacturers and dealers. 

 

‘Experian has already been selected as a partner by both blue chip companies and well-established organisations and publications in the automotive industry to supply vehicle checking services.  

 

‘This recent decision by Auto Trader to work with us is a testament to our service and we are delighted to have been chosen to power Auto Trader’s new Vehicle Check.’


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