Avtoteka (Avito project), an online service for checking used cars, included a description of the European protocol in the reports, and also expanded data on accidents for users of the service. Additional information will allow you to better assess the condition and safety of the vehicle.
Checking the Euro protocol will allow users to have more data on the accident, compare them with the estimated cost of repairs and, if necessary, request more data on the incident from the seller, including the protocol form itself.
“Over the past few years, the number of accidents registered under the European Protocol in Russia has not dropped below 50%. The inclusion of this document in vehicle inspection reports will increase the number of cars checked for malfunctions and damage,” comments Andrey Tumkin, head of the product line of the Autoteka service.
Detailed data on the moment of the accident, a new item “Technical malfunctions at the time of the accident”: Autoteka significantly expanded the data on accidents
If the car being checked has been in a traffic accident and this has been recorded, the users of the service will now have access to all information about the incident, including the moment of collision, data on damage to all vehicles involved, the health status of drivers and participants in the accident, as well as data on violations resulting in a traffic accident.
Autoteka reports now reflect the health status of the driver and all passengers, added data on the state of the roadway, weather conditions at the time of the accident. In addition, the report will now list the makes and models of vehicles that were involved in an accident along with the vehicle being checked. Users will be able to buy reports on cars involved in an accident to compare the extent of damage and the cost of repairs in the reports.
A new item “Technical malfunctions at the time of an accident” appeared in the reports. It contains data on vehicle malfunctions that led to the accident (if any).
“Inclusion in the reports of such additional information as the nature of traffic violations, the condition of the driver, passengers, as well as the weather and road surface, will allow users to get the most complete picture of the incident and evaluate not only the technical condition of the car of interest, but also the behavior of the seller driving the vehicle to make a decision on the deal,” Andrey Tumkin also notes. “As part of Avito, Avtoteka continues to pursue its goal of whitewashing the used car market and helping Russian motorists make safe and transparent transactions.”
The Avtoteka online car check service (Avito project) is the most complete non-state database on the history of car operation to date. The Autoteka database contains information on about 50 million vehicles, while data on 15 million vehicles is unique and not available in other sources.
The Autoteka report includes not only basic information – registration data, the fact of participation in an accident, but also unique ones – the history of service maintenance and repairs, mileage data, being pledged, the fact of use by commercial organizations and more.
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