If drivers are still unsure about a vehicle, they can arrange for a professional vehicle inspection to clear up any doubts.
These inspections typically include a verbal and written report, an examination of the vehicle, and extensive general mechanical checks and documentation checks.
This type of inspection will typically cost money and will not provide any guarantees, but it will offer peace of mind to buyers investing in a new car.
To help identify tampered odometers, motorists can look for unusual wear on the seats, steering wheel, door mirrors, and cosmetics, particularly in the front of the vehicle.
This document goes into great detail about the requirements for wheels, tires, brakes, steering, suspension, lights, seats, seat belts, engine and transmission, exhaust, emission controls, and more. So, it’s not definitive, but this is where the Australian design rules come to play. Clause 14 revision 2 of these federal regulations require that every self-propelled vehicle...