Veriffica: Car check 4+

Smart vehicle checklist

Pawel Ozyzniewski

Designed for iPad

    • Free

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Description

Check all the most important elements of the vehicle before making a decision to buy it.

Verrifica is designed to help people without experience in buying a good used car.
Thanks to the list, you can check all the most important elements of the vehicle before making a decision to buy it.
This list is only an auxiliary tool which does not guarantee that the vehicle you are buying is in a good technical condition,
but still it's a good starting point to asses the technical condition of the car and save us from spending money in a service station.

The check list consists of two parts:

Part 1 - vehicle condition assessment.
Part 2 - Chassis numbers and vehicle documents.

"Part 1" is to help in assessing the overall condition of the car, "Part 2" is to indicate which documents should be taken into account when buying a car.

In "Part 1" all the elements and reactions of the car are listed one by one, according to the order attention should be paid during the inspection.

Below the name of the element there are "Yes", "No" and "I can't check" buttons, which should be properly selected after evaluating the car element.

The "Yes" button means "Yes, it occurs" and should be selected if the condition, element or reaction described above is present.

The "No" button means "No, it doesn't occure" and should be selected if the above-described state, element or reaction is not present.

Choosing specific answers will allow you to assess the condition of the car you are buying.

Example:
If, during the inspection, we notice that the car has moldings and body curves, then in the "Body" category, in the "Repair / wear traces" button, in the "Molding curves and body lines" sub-item, select the "Yes" button

If in "Part 1" we answer "Yes" to more questions, then we are dealing with a technically inferior model of the car.

If in "Part 2" we answer "Yes" to more questions, then we are dealing with better sellers and a more reliable car.

Most of the questions have an 'i' button and a short description of the fault will appear.

I wish you a successful inspection of the cars


App Privacy

The developer, Pawel Ozyzniewski, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Location

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

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