Request a free AutoCheck check and gain access to vehicle history before making a purchase decision. There are plenty of reasons to be concerned about the history of a vehicle. Vehicle VIN searches through a history report available from AutoCheck, the most widely recognized vehicle history information provider.
From an AutoCheck report you can learn:
The status of a car's title:
Is the title of this car in good standing, or has it been salvaged or junked?
- The history of the car's damage:
Has this car ever been in a flood? An accident? Has it ever been totaled?
- The status of the car's odometer:
Has this car's odometer ever been rolled back? Is this rollback recorded in its free AutoCheck report?
- The lemon status of the car:
Has this car ever been declared a lemon? In any state?
- The results of its state's emissions inspection:
Has this car ever had problems passing emissions? Will I find it in a free
- The number of previous owners:
How many owners has this car had? What's the reason behind a high number
You can also learn of previous lien activity, or what the car was used for from an AutoCheck check. Some cars are used for personal use, while others are used as rentals, leased cars, or even taxis. If this is a concern for you, you can learn its prior usage from the car's AutoCheck check. A AutoCheck vehicle report can give you history that identifies if you are about to purchase a hurricane flood damaged rebuilt vehicle, a burned out fire trap, or a vehicle with a clean history.
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A free AutoCheck check is but one of more than four billion records and is the result of compiling information from both public and private sources.
The sources that provide data for your free AutoCheck check include fire and police departments, car rental companies, car manufacturers, and inspection stations. Much of the information that's in a free AutoCheck check comes from the Departments of Motor Vehicles (DMVs) in both the United States and Canada.