A free AutoCheck lemon car check
in conjunction with the purchase of an AutoCheck vehicle history report could save you thousands of dollars. These reports provide a complete view of where that car has been, a history of maintenance, mileage and warranty.
AutoCheck reports protect car buyers from purchasing a vehicle that has a history of mechanical problems, flaws, or that has been declared unsafe to drive. This information is located by using the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).
Of course the designation of "lemon" varies from state to state. What one state might call a lemon would have no problem in another state. Since the AutoCheck lemon car check uses data collected from vehicle manufacturers and other sources, including car title buy-backs, the state where the title was purchased can affect the report data.
To learn more about the lemon laws for your state, contact your state's Attorney General's office.
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These reports are gained by entering the car's VIN on the AutoCheck site. To find the vehicle identification number look on the inside of the driver's door or look on the dashboard. Usually finding the VIN on the dashboard requires looking through the windshield in front of the steering wheel down in the corner where the dashboard and windshield meet. If you already own the car, the VIN number can also be found on your auto insurance papers, as well as on the title.
If you are thinking about buying a used car protect yourself by running an AutoCheck lemon car check with the AutoCheck vehicle history report. Even if you've already purchased a vehicle it's never too late to learn everything you can about your car.
Remember; protect yourself from ending up with a lemon in your garage. The saying "turn lemons into lemonade" doesn't apply when the "lemon" weighs 1500 pounds and costs as much as the house you grew up in! Forget the lemonade, but don't forget the AutoCheck lemon car check.