Motorists warned against dangers of buying used car online

Motorists have been warned against buying a used car online, as it could spell disaster for their safety.

In fact, one in five used cars advertised online have safety issues, revealed by trading standard chiefs.

The warning comes after London Trading Standards inspectors investigated adverts from 155 cars for sale in London and discovered one in six private sellers were likely to be rogue traders.


Cambria Automobiles (LON:CAMB) was established in 2006 and has built a balanced portfolio of high luxury, premium and volume car dealerships, representing major brands across the UK. The Group’s businesses are autonomous and trade under local brand names, including County Motor Works, Dees, Doves, Grange, Invicta, Motorparks and Pure Triumph.

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