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Contact Details For BPC Pre Purchase Vehicle Inspections

Contact Email:

Mobile or SMS: 0408 611 550


Postal Address:

PO Box 1392


Qld 4163

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FAQ & Answers

Q. Why do I need to get a pre purchase car inspection?

A. Apart from having a written vehicle inspection report to negotiate used car price with the seller most importantly you want to know exactly what you are buying. A Pre Purchase Mechanical Inspection will tell you if there are any immediate problems with the vehicle and what servicing/repairs will need to be carried out in future. This way you know what you are buying before handing over your hard earned money.

Q. Do I need to be there when you inspect the car?

A. No you don’t. BPC Pre Purchase Vehicle Inspections understands the hassles when it comes to buying a used car from a private seller, used car dealer or from car auctions so convenience is our priority. Immediately after the inspection your reports will be sent via email with a follow up phone call to discuss giving you a fast, professional and convenient service.

Q. Do you contact the seller to arrange inspection time?

Yes we do, once again we find this service is very convenient for buyer.

Q. Do you do a vehicle history check?

A. Yes, we include a vehicle history check with every vehicle pre purchase inspection. You will know if you’re buying a car with finance owing, the registration status and other important information to assist you in making a buying decision.

Q. Do I need a car inspection because it has a warranty?

A. A warranty is not a substitute for a pre purchase vehicle inspection

Q. What is the difference between a pre purchase car inspection and safety certificate?

A. The seller is required by law to display and provide a safety certificate or more commonly known as roadworthy certificate when selling a car in Qld. A Safety Certificate Inspection is a basic inspection and will NOT identify if the seller has put back what they have taken through regular servicing, repairs or replacement of periodical service items and most importantly identify costly faults.