Watch out for vehicles with reversed odometers - here's how you can avoid buying a 'trap'

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Vehicle odometre
Vehicle odometre
StephanHoerold

Reversed mileage is when someone purposefully turns back the odometre reading on a pre-owned vehicle.

The only way in which to determine a vehicle's true kilometre reading is having the VIN number searched at a dealership.

Low mileage is one of the biggest influencing factors when in the market for a pre-owned vehicle.

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