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Just to start the conversation, Is it legal to repair a condemned car, make it look like accident free from outside and resell it for the normal market value of non condemned version of the same car. Because a friend of mine just caught in something similar.
One of my office colleague is looking for a small size car and found a unregistered Passo 2007 model with an odometer reading of 33k. We had a doubt on the mileage as the car should have done less than 10k per year till it's export to SL in early 2011. the other odd fact we noticed that as to why the car has not got sold for more than 2.5 years. So we requested for JAAI certificate from the sellers. JAAI dated 20 Aug 2010 clearly indicated a odometer reading at the time of inspection to be 33,117km, so I tried contacting JAAI to verify the certificate. After failing to get thru via call, wrote to them on info at jaai . or .jp with the certificate no, car make model YOM and I intentionally put the Odometer reading 20,000km less than what was in the certificate (Just to make sure they respond). today morning I received the response, like this Dear ............... The odometer reading-13,117km which you said in your e-mail is different from our record. Our record of the Mileage at the inspection time is 83,117km. thank you N.OKANO JAAI if you need to know the seller of this car, refer to the topic tag
I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this, if not please move it and accept my apologies. There is something really wrong with the diesel supplied at the IOC shed near commercial bank borella. I've been filling there for the last few months and noticed a huge drop in mileage (doing around 8km/l with great difficulty). Switched to another shed (non IOC) and immediately returned to 10km/l which is my usual average. I'm not sure what to conclude - either the fuel is substandard or quantity is reduced.