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Since its inception in 2002, one of Cartells primary goals was to eradicate the resale of dangerous vehicles.  While some write-offs are repairable, one must always ensure that they are repaired by qualified personnel with suitable parts. A Write-off is a vehicle that has been recorded as written-off or a total loss by an insurance company due to a damage or theft-related insurance claim. Category A The vehicle must be scrapped and no parts or components can be sold other than for scrap. Category B The vehicle must not be used again but non- structural and roadworthy parts and components may be recovered for use in other vehicles. Category C The vehicle is repairable but the parts and labour would exceed the value of the car. Category D The vehicle is economically repairable but other factors are involved that cause the insurer to declare the vehicle a write off. When you carry out your Irish Cartell Car Check, any vehicle that is or has previously been written off will show up in the ‘Roadworthiness’ fields. All write off information that Cartell and other car history websites hold are obtained from the NVDF (National Vehicle Driver Files). When Cartell receives updates from the government, they automatically get uploaded to the Cartell database. All write off’s are uploaded from the insurance companies to the government files (NVDF) and are then shown on your Cartell Car Check.
The frequency of which insurance information is uploaded varies from insurer to insurer but its usually no more than two weeks. Cartell ran statistics in 2009 showing that between 8 – 10% of Irish registered vehicles that were previously registered in the UK were actually written off in the UK.
As a result of various horror stories arising from poorly repaired write offs the trade is very sensitive if the car is recorded as a write off and the value will be reduced and in some cases the motor dealer will not touch such a car. They have to carry out checks on the vehicle and tell prospective customers of those checks and their results. Also if the customer asks a question and the seller replies then if the reply is false then there is a misrepresentation (as well as a Trading Standards offence!). It doesn't ever need to be a direct question about whether or not the vehicle is recorded on any of the registers.
Then that would be a misrepresentation if the car had had any accidents (whether recorded on the registers or not). There are organisations, which check cars after being write offs and subsequently repaired in which case the check is recorded on the register. However such cars are still prone to be of less value and so the business decision to go down that route needs to be fully considered. NB - If all of your vehicles are insurance write offs and you do not pass this fact on to the customer then the Office of Fair Trading will deem this practice unfair and prosecute.
So to have a vehicle on the forecourt presented for sale with an illegal tyre, or faulty light, with no additional information could lead you to a prosecution. Most cars are sold as roadworthy and the seller often wants to put an MOT on it immediately prior to sale to give the ?full ticket?. Trading Standards Officers periodically do swoops on garage forecourts and check the stock.
One further step along the way you can take to ensure the cars are roadworthy is to actually have them MOT?d before they are put up for sale. A valid MOT certificate gives consumers some confidence that the vehicle is roadworthy and it will help if Trading Standards do carry out an inspection and find an odd vehicle not to MOT specification. If it is your intention to sell a vehicle as unroadworthy you should make the above information absolutely clear and prominent by way of a notice on the vehicle.


If the customer agrees to the purchase on those terms then the information should be repeated on the sales documents and the customer has the opportunity to read and sign to confirm their understanding. As well as relaying to the customer that it is unroadworthy, and illegal to use it on the road, and that it should not be used until repaired and MOT?d, we would also suggest that the customer should sign to confirm they will transport it away from your premises.
Needless to say, you should not arrange for a test drive of an unroadworthy vehicle on the road and you should not supply the previous MOT certificate. There is a further offence in respect of repairing a vehicle and causing it to be in an unroadworthy condition. To ensure you are a real person signing up and to prevent automated signups (spamming) could we ask you to copy the letters and numbers shown below into the box. Well hopefully at some point once we have a place with a garage or drive another XR4x4 may become a reality.
The upshot of all this is the back axle had been shifted forward by several inches jamming the offside rear wheel deep into the arch against the door and side skirt.
An insurer writes off a vehicle when the cost to repair the vehicle to the correct standard using genuine parts is above a certain value relative to the Pre-Accident Value (PAV).  Furthermore if an insurer sends that vehicle off for repair and there are issues, they would have to take responsibility.
A damage-related insurance claim means the insurer has decided that the vehicle is uneconomical to repair.
Amounts vary but the scrap value rarely covers the cost of recovery and delivery to a scrap yard.
Care must be taken to ensure that they are not critical components with important safety functions.
Perhaps the replacement car hire is too costly or it will take too long for a specialist part to be delivered. The insurance companies upload their information to these files and Cartell uploads this information onto their database. As this information is supplied by third parties, inaccuracies can occour and uploaded to the NVDF. Unfortunately, this could be a few months after the vehicle was declared a write off as the information cannot be released to the NVDF until the claim has been completely settled. Also it will be considered when your Consumer Credit Licence comes up for renewal ? you may well have it revoked. It is therefore important that a Quality Control system ensures any work on brakes, and other safety items are checked.
If you look carefully at the first picture you can just make out the end of the side skirt sticking out from the wheel. You should only proceed with the purchase once you are satisfied that the repairs have been carried out to a high standard and that the car is roadworthy.
Category A is severely damaged, total burnout or flood damage with no serviceable parts, or already a stripped out shell.
A Category B will have been damaged beyond economical repair, usually with major structural damage. Usually applies to vehicles with significant damage and where the cost of repairs exceeds the book value. In the first section, ‘Vehicle details’, the roadworthiness field will show the current state of the vehicle be it ‘current’, ‘written off by insurer’ or ’scrapped vehicle destroyed’. If the report shows ‘Damage – Yes’ then the information on that write off will show at the end of the report. If you still have concerns about a vehicle that is not showing up as a write off, then Cartell would always recommend an engineers inspection. Category C and D write off’s will need an engineers inspection that needs to be approved by the revenue before the vehicle returns to the road.


Category C and D can be sold on as long as you disclose to the new owner that the vehicle has been previously written off. You should always check the full UK history if the vehicle was imported as the vehicle may be perfectly repaired, but it has write off history which devalues the vehicle and you dont want to pay more than you should.
Cars are damaged to varying degrees and if the cost of repair exceeds the value of the car then it is written off by the insurance company. The car was written off and all I managed to salvage as a memory of the car was the ST24 boot badge which remarkably stayed in one piece with no marks on it whatsoever ! The only way to be sure about the repair standard is to get a qualified engineer to inspect the vehicle. In the UK the DVLA will require “Notification of Destruction” but parts can be removed and sold on. The Motor Insurers Anti-Fraud and Theft Register (MIAFTR) defines Cat C as repairable total loss vehicles where repair costs including VAT exceed the vehicle’s pre-accident value (PAV). The Motor Insurers Anti-Fraud and Theft Register (MIAFTR) defines Cat D as repairable total loss vehicles where repair costs including VAT do nor exceed the vehicle’s pre-accident value (PAV).
Cartell is working with insurance companies to improve this and to implement the category system like we have on our UK checks.
Bear in mind that a write off that returns to the road will be worth less when you go to re-sell the vehicle. And for those who want to know yes the Cavalier was written off as well as my car hit it so hard it bent the bumper iron ! It sparked an investigation involving The Dept of Transport including, The Vehicle Registration Unit, Revenue , The Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Gardai Siochana. In Ireland this vehicle would have to be disposed of in an authorised treatment facility and have a death certificate issued and the vehicle then becomes End of Life (ELV). Its is a very minimal amout that are uploaded with inaccuracys so the write off data is generally very accurate. If you sell a vehicle that was written off and you did not disclose it to the new owner, then you are liable and may be prosecuted for disception.
The result of which ended in over 1,300 people being notified of their vehicles being unfit for Irish Roads.
A theft-related insurance claim indicates that the vehicle has been stolen and an insurance company has paid out a claim on it, leaving them as the legal owner.
Some insurance companies will let you know the write off category if you investigate further.
A breakdown in communication between the Insurance Industry and the Department of Transport meant that Salavage dealers were left to notify the Government of write offs.
Although write-offs can legitimately be allowed back on the road, almost half are beyond repair or structurally compromised. To combat this the Irish Insurers agreed tosupply all their information on Total Loss Write Offs (TWO’s) to the Department of Transport. Furthermore a “lock down” mechanism now exists to capture these vehicles and prevent them from being taxed and or resold.
When a Cartell Car Check is carried out, we reference this file and bring you the details that have been uploaded by the insurers.



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