Cat C cars - would you buy one?
Have you ever bought a Cat C car? Would you? A Cat C car is a vehicle written off by an insurance company because the cost of fixing it is more than the value of the vehicle. Repaired Cat C cars can be real bargains and perfectly safe to drive but while professional motor traders have to mention the carís history, private sellers donít, so we advise caution - run a data check on any vehicle you intend to buy - http://www.rac.co.uk/buying-a-car/rac-car-data-check/
Read more about Cat C insurance write-offs in our latest blog post - http://www.rac.co.uk/community/blog/rac-blog/february-2014/what-does-cat-c-car-insurance-mean/ and check out our handy tips for buying second hand cars - http://clubmagazine.rac.co.uk/GB/winter-issue/on-your-side