Car Parts & Accessories

HPI Check Referral Code

Pass on the dodgy car dealers and put your mind at ease with an HPC vehicle car check. Their service is lightning-quick, reliable, and has been trusted for vehicle history checks since 1938. To add to it, when you use my HPI check referral code you’ll earn 10% cashback on your next car check.

To get the reward, when you’ve clicked on the link above, you’ll be taken to Aklamio (the HPI check referral code partner). From there, enter your email address and follow the link to HPI Check. Once you’ve placed your order through this referral, Aklamio will send you an email to your HPI Check rewards account so you can keep track of your reward.

What’s good about HPI check?

If you’re about to spend £5, £10 or £20,000+ on a car it’s worth paying the £10-£30 for peace of mind that HPI check offer. They have three tiers of pricing for one of the most comprehensive checks on the market. From the basics of MOT history, number of owners, and if the car is stolen. To valuable information like if the car still has outstanding credit to be paid on it, reg plate change history, and if the car is an insurance write off.

In my opinion, for the price of under a tenner per car check, the HPI check is far better than the other services out there. If you found out anything interesting about a car or if HPI saved you from getting royally ripped off, let me know in the comments.

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