As a car buyer AutoCheck history reports are your protection. AutoCheck gives you the tools to make your car-buying experience a good one.
The online AutoCheck report website provides more than four billion records and retrieves information from a variety of private and public sources, including all the Departments of Motor Vehicles across the country and in Canada. (See: AutoCheck Canada )
Since you're either a new or used car buyer, AutoCheck report gives you incredible advantage that the seller of your potential car may not have without a AutoCheck Account. Information pulled from police and fire accident and recovery records and vehicle inspection efforts provides detailed vehicle condition as a history. Vehicles that once were used as car rentals or in commercial truck duty are routinely sold without the details that an online AutoCheck complete history report provides.
The history report is identified through vehicle vin searches that give you more than a hidden vehicle history. The AutoCheck reports include crash test data for the specific make and model that you seek as well as reliability ratings and safety recalls. Warranty information is included so you will know ahead of any negotiations as to what is yet included from the dealership whether it's a standard dealer or an accepted AutoCheck dealer.
For the concerned car buyer AutoCheck provides warranty, mileage, and damage histories for each car registered in the United States and in Canada.
To use AutoCheck, you don't need to be an expert auto dealer or an experienced car buyer. AutoCheck is easy enough for the new car consumer to understand and use with little intervention and/or help from anyone. The important thing is that to both the experienced or non-experienced car buyer, AutoCheck has the resources and know-how to help make an informed purchase decision.
For instance, for both the experienced and non-experienced buyer AutoCheck
can provide information regarding salvaged car titles, TIMA-certified odometer readings, and lien data from state title records. Regardless of the experience of the car buyer, AutoCheck will pull in data from auction records to reveal a car's usage history. If you are a "mileage-cautious" buyer, AutoCheck will peruse the same auction records and arrange its findings in a report that details what a car's odometers reading was at each auction. Cars that were sold at a salvage auction, however, are recorded from salvage auction files.
If major repair history is important to you as a car buyer, AutoCheck will pull this data from external service businesses. In regards to child support liens, you can access this information from AutoCheck's compilation of state welfare agencies. Of course, to share lemon law concerns, you don't need to be an experienced car buyer.
AutoCheck compiles lemon histories from consumer protection agencies. Other sources are rental agencies, police departments, fire departments, and Canada's Motor Vehicle departments. You no longer need to be a passive buyer. AutoCheck has the tools designed to protect you.
Don't get taken for a drive. AutoCheck® that pre-owned vehicle before you buy.