NMR Data used for Irelands largest mileage discrepancy study

NMR data was used recently to generate figures for a mileage discrepancy study commissioned by AA Ireland and Cartell.ie.
The headline stats were:
-11% of domestic vehicles recorded mileage discrepancies (clocked or suspicious)
-18.43% of imported vehicles recorded mileage discrepancies (clocked or suspicious)
Some of the media coverage is listed below.

RTE.ie: False mileage now major issue with second-hand cars
Cartell.ie: Clocking surges in Ireland
The Irish Mirror: Car ‘clocking’ surges in Ireland as one in 10 second-hand cars are displaying false mileage
Irish Examiner: 10% of used cars have false mileage displayed
The Avondhu weekly: Clocking surges in Ireland
Connacht Tribune: 10% of used cars ‘clocked’
Breaking News: Study reveals full extent of suspected ‘clocking’ among second-hand cars for sale in Ireland

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