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Our Evalution Process
  Step one
  Contact us either way Signature evaluator will contact you & do following evaluation process to determine its value.
Our evaluator will check the documents to start the process. This includes your car’s registration book (RC), insurance policy, service manual, detail of loan or NOC hypothecation from any financial institution, identity proof & dealer invoice.
We will check external condition of the car that includes - paint and body for signs of previous body repair and frame or flood damage. Paint and body for paint lines, over spray, body putty, dents and scratches. At Signature, we don't sell frame-damaged vehicles to our customers.
Then we check Interior and exterior condition, mileage, age, ownership and accessories.
Test drive - will take a test drive to understand the technical & mechanical condition of your car.
  Step two
  The offer We'll give you a best offer, which will be  valid for 5 days.
  Step three
 
Complete the sale Once you decide to sell your car to Signature, we will collect copies of all relevant documents & process for payment. If car is hypothecated with finance company, it can’t be sold until full loan amount  is paid back & NOC received. In case, loan is still running, we need Foreclosure Statement from finance company to know about the pay-off amount. Either you pay the pay-off amount & provide the payment deposit receipt or Signature will pay on your behalf. Signature will deposit the pay-off amount against the delivery of the vehicle along with relevant original documents & balance amount of the car will be given to you. Also, Signature will hold a small amount for the NOC, which will be given to you against the NOC issued from finance company.
Engine: Maintain your car’s engine as per maintenance schedule in the vehicle’s handbook by taking your car to service centre for servicing at proper time. Switch off the engine, if you know you’re going to be stationary for more time at a spot light
Clutch : Do not ride the clutch. Use it only to change gears
Gears: Drive in a gear that corresponds to the speed you’re at. Drive in the gear that your engine feels the most comfortable at that speed.
Steering Wheel: Unnecessary steering wheel movement need to avoided since each sideward movement increases total driving distance by a small fraction.
Accelerator: Maintain a steady speed whenever possible and avoiding unnecessary braking.
Brakes: Use rolling resistance rather than heavy braking to help slow you down.
Air - conditioner: Do not use air-conditioner at lower speeds, but roll the windows up and turn it on at high speeds.
Carrier: Remove the detachable carrier, if it is not in use. An empty carrier can increase consumption by 1% & loaded one by 5% in highway.
Stopping: Anticipating stops and avoid abrupt stops will decrease fuel consumption and increase the life of brakes and tires.
Air Filters: Replace the dirty air filters in your vehicles. If you don't check and replace your car's air filter, dust and dirt get blown back into the engine—which can cause a reduction in mileage and harm your engine. Checking and replacing a dirty air filter can improve mileage in your car by as much as 10 percent.
Tire inflation: Check your car’s tires on a regular basis to make sure they are properly inflated. The less air tires do the more work to get anywhere. Regular checking of tire inflation can improve mileage by more than 3 percent.
Oil: Use manufacturer’s recommended grade of oil in an engine. By using wrong kind of oil, could actually hurt your mileage. Improve mileage by as much as 2 percent by using proper oil.
Drive: Drive the car in speed limit. Limit aggressive driving. Speeding, quick acceleration and excessive braking all lower your mileage.

Night Driving: While driving in the night take extra precautions like
- Do not mix the drink & drive
- Do not smoke. Nicotine will hinder night vision
- Clean the headlamps, tail lamps, indicators, inside & outside of windows
- Aligned headlights properly otherwise it will blind the other drivers & even reduce your ability
   to see the road
- Switch off the main beam whenever in doubt about something on the road
- Use proper gap when following a vehicle
- If the oncoming traffic does not lower its beam, to avoid the glare, watch the left edge of the road and use it as a steering guide.
- Take a brake in between & relax yourself to maintain concentration level

Driving in Rain: Drive car carefully while taking extra precautions
- Drive slowly to prevent skids
- Steer and brake with a light touch on curves
- While stopping car, do not brake hard or lock up the wheels
- If car is skidding, do not panic as it will only add trouble. Ease your foot off the accelerator pedal, steer the car carefully in the direction you want the front of car to go.
- The water pressure causes the car to slide on a thin layer of water between the tires and the road. To avoid, keep your tires properly inflated
- Slow down on wet roads. Try to drive in the tire tracks left by the cars in front of you.
Break downs: Use an advance-warning triangle. It can be used to warn other road users while brake down on the road. Use red cloth in case you don’t have a warning triangle.
Road Accidents: If met with any accident
- Stop the car off the road
- In case someone injured, administer first aid. Call local help & rush to nearest hospital.
- Inform the police quickly
- Note down the registration number of the other vehicles involved
- Inform insurance company as per the rules
Mechanical Failures: Use following guidelines
- Pump the brake pedal fast & strongly many times to build pressure, if the pedal brake suddenly gives way
- Shift to a low gear if there is an engine brake
- Use hand brake 4.Activate the hazard lights and look out for a safe place to stop
- Hold the steering wheel firmly & draw the vehicle towards the corner of the road, in case of puncture & blowout
- Do not brake suddenly, draw the car off the road in case accelerator wire broken & found sudden loss of acceleration
- If you sense the fire, switch off the ignition and draw the car towards the side of the road. witch on the hazard lights. Put sand on the fire. If the fire grows, stay away from it, it could lead to an explosion.
Fuel Efficiency: To know your car’s mileage/ fuel efficiency, use following steps -
- Fill up the fuel tank completely, up to brim!
- Note down the odometer reading before starting the engine (If you have a trip meter or two, you can reset it to read 'Zero'.
- Use your car as you drive usually
- Once fuel gauge indicates a half or a quarter-full tank, fill  up the fuel up to the brim preferably from the same filling station, filled last time)
- Note down the quantity of fuel it takes to fill the tank up to the brim.
- Note odometer reading once again 7.Now calculate average/mileage/fuel economy of your car as the difference between the starting and end points in km divided by the amount of fuel required to fill the tank up at the end, in liters or average fuel consumption = (end point – starting point) / fuel quantity
 
 
 
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