Q: I have already purchased the vehicle and now find it has been clocked. What should I do?

A: We would strongly advise you to seek advice from the National Consumer Agency, Lo-Call 1890 432432, or 01 4025555. We would be happy to cooperate with any investigation they carry out. Please note in all cases the Garda will not be able to help as clocking is a not an offence..

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  3. Bridie
    Posted January 18, 2013 at 12:29 pm | Permalink

    whereas you say that clocking is not an offence any person that receives a price for a vehicle on the pretext that it has less mileage recorded than it actually has is guilty of fraud; and fraud is a criminal offence

  4. Posted January 25, 2013 at 12:01 pm | Permalink

    Hi Bridie, thanks for your message. Yes, there is no specific offence of clocking of a motor vehicle. We are aware of one case brought for sale by deception, under the theft and fraud offences act. Hope this helps