The AutoCheck lemon report helps to protect innocent consumers from buying defective or unsatisfactory cars known as lemons. Based on data retrieved from at most U.S. states Canadian provinces, AutoCheck vehicle reports are updated on a daily basis and are provided to the general public at no cost.
You can get AutoCheck's free lemon report in addition to a car's AutoCheck vehicle history report. Some services are complete and require a small fee, but the information could save you thousands of lost dollars after a completed sale. Learn the vehicle's entire accident and mileage and warranty history, and more.
AutoCheck vehicle reports are important consumer protection
AutoCheck vehicle reports are an important prevention for consumers who may unintentionally purchase a vehicle that was bought by its manufacturer and then re-titled for public sale.
The AutoCheck report helps you to identify vehicles that are continuously inoperable, flawed, devalued, or unsafe to drive. AutoCheck lemon reports provide this information by VIN (Vehicle Identification Number).
Although the AutoCheck database is updated online daily, differing state lemon laws affect the information available in the AutoCheck vehicle lemon collection. For example, states may differ in what they call a lemon car, or what's required for reporting an AutoCheck lemon. Since AutoCheck reports online pull data from vehicle manufacturer and car title buy-backs, the data in a report may be affected by the state in which the title was purchased.
You can contact your state's Attorney General to learn the specifics of your current lemon laws and how they affect the information that you see from an AutoCheck vehicle report.
To check if your current car or a car that you're interested in buying is a lemon, you need to enter its VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) into the free online AutoCheck report form. Vehicle ID Numbers are on the inside of the driver door, and of course, on the car's dashboard. If you've already purchased a car, you can find this Vehicle ID Number on your title or on your insurance card.