2.5 million clocked cars thought to be on UK roads

Average clocked car has had its odometer wound back by 70,000 miles

2.5 million clocked cars thought to be on UK roads
The rise in car clocking could be costing motorists and second-hand car dealers more than £800 million a year.

There could be as many as 2.5 million clocked cars on UK roads according to new research.

In a random sample of one million cars, Rapid Car Check discovered that 6.5 per cent showed a mileage discrepancy as part of their MOT history, while 6.05 per cent appeared to have had their mileage lowered at some stage.

The research discovered that, on average, a clocked car has had its odometer wound back by 70,000 miles.

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