The short version:
The short version:
From the Hawkes Bay Today’s Article: “During the last financial year, 512 vehicles were stolen across the region – a big drop on the previous year – with only 21.1 per cent of cases resolved by police. Auto Supplies Napier owner Paul Brown said the company used the CarJam website to check the ownership status of any car which came to them. ”
These handbooks has been translated from the original Japanese handbook into English and are very professional publications with full illustrations.
All the information you need to know about your vehicle is in these manuals to give you peace of mind when operating your vehicle.
These handbooks are great to compliment your vehicle and add value for resale.
We have more than 270 of them. Browse Catalog.
Carjam has added a feature we have been discussing for a long time which we think is going to really make a lot of people happy!
Check out this story of one young guy’s bad luck buying a car without getting a “registered debt/money owing” report from Carjam (Campbell Live Tuesday 12th July): ”Buying your first car can be a mixed experience. Getting the money together, not buying a lemon, finding the car that feels right for you. We talked to a young man who thought he had got it right, a good price for the car he wanted. And then the repo man turned up.”
Do you recognize these cars just from the clue? Maybe from the CARJAM report on the plate?
No? OK – go on then check the answers!
Carjam’s goal has always been simple – to provide the public with free vehicle data.
Although there have been many changes that appeared to have erased that possibility, we have introduced some new features that will see an eventual return to free reports whenever we can do that, which are explained at the end of this email. Please read the following information carefully as all of these changes affect you, our valued customers.
Government imposed fees have forced us to make the following changes to CarJam.
Thousands of consumers are likely to end up buying illegal or unsafe vehicles due to a government proposal to charge for basic vehicle information, according to the motoring website carjam.co.nz.