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Hungarians Among Least Trustful of Used Car Dealers

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Buyers trust used car sellers the least in Bulgaria, followed by Hungary, Lithuania and Estonia, according to a survey with 4,500 people in 17 countries conducted by Carvertical, writes hrportal.hu.

These countries have a long history of car fraud. Many vehicles have falsified their mileage or suffered serious accidents in the past, many drivers have already fallen victim to dishonest sellers , they wrote.

People in the United Kingdom, Finland, Slovenia, Germany, Slovakia and the Czech Republic trust sellers the most. 

Countries with medium trust scores include France, Serbia, Latvia, Poland, Italy, Croatia and Romania. 

Buyers in these countries are more aware of the existence of dishonest sellers and are generally more cautious when buying a used car.

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