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Ravindra pushpakumara

Buying a unregistered reconditioned Japanese car

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27 minutes ago, Ravindra pushpakumara said:

Is jaai or jeic certificate enough to verify the car condition, or need both? 

Niether is sufficient. 99% of our car salesmen forge the JAAI/JEVIC certificates. So the original JAAI/JEVIC would say one thing but the JAAI/JEVIC certificate they show you will say that the car is the most wonderful conditioned car in the city to buy at that very moment. There are services where you can pay to get the certificates verified. However, the better thing to do would be to take the car to a place like car checks or the agent and get a full inspection done. Yes...it will cost anything from 3500-7000LKR but that is a small price you pay to make sure your money is safe.

 

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JEVIC ones usually have a tag on the car with a QR code, you can scan this and check the original mileage of the car. Sadly these are like unicorn level rare as the salesmen tear it off. 
 

if you need to check the auction details I have a guy , pm for details 

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