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SGS Automotive Services Offering Vehicle Inspections on eBay

April 05, 2004

SGS Automotive Services, a vehicle inspection company, announces that it is offering comprehensive vehicle inspection services on eBay, providing professional inspections completed at homes or offices and alleviating buyers fears of misrepresentation.SGS vehicle inspection reports can now be ordered directly from the eBay Motors Web site by clicking on the vehicle inspection icon. After placing a vehicle inspection order, an SGS customer service representative calls or e-mails the vehicle owner to schedule the inspection at a convenient time and place.The SGS inspection report helps assure online shoppers that the car they purchase will be exactly what they expected. SGS's inspectors check for 150 items, giving consumers the same services that are available to financial institutions and major car companies.The SGS inspection for most vehicles is $99.50, which includes a review of the vehicle’s interior and exterior, underbody, and under hood, along with a test drive, at no additional cost. For high-end luxury, classic, and exotic vehicles, the inspection price is $139. After the inspection is completed, the inspection report, along with digital photographs, are posted online for access by the buyer or seller, depending on who ordered the report.
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