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What is a VIN?
"VIN" stands for Vehicle Identification Number. This number is a unique universal serial number issued to every car by the car manufacturer. Within the 17-digit vin number are codes that indicate the car's make and model, where the car was manufactured, a serial number, and even information about optional equipment.

Why you need a Car Report

When buying a used car, there are many ways for you to get a bad deal from your local auto dealer.

Odometer readings may be rolled back. It's illegal in most states, but its easy. It is still a common occurance in used cars.

Dealer will not or cannot show you the repair orders or identity of former owner(s).

Vehicle shipped from out-of-state or received in trade from another dealer.



Car reports can reveal:

• Flood/Fire-damage Titles
• Odometer Rollback/Rollover
• Salvage Titles/Auction
• Lemon/Rebuilt Title
• Major Accidents
• Stolen

 
2 million cars are totaled each year in America and sold at salvage auctions. Dealers rebuild and put these junked cars back on the road. A free car report will reveal if a car has a problem history and save you money on costly repairs.



» What does your used car history say? Find out here!

Free Car Report! Get a free car report online. Do a vin search to avoid buying a lemon. Get a complete car report online! Don't get ripped off! More than 60% of used cars have hidden problems! It's easy to catch a junk car by checking it's VIN number history.

A free car report will tell you one of two things about a used car's history:

That it's clean: Car reports for clean cars might show the title being renewed or issued several times. Where states require them, you might see emissions or safety test passes. If it's a newer car, there might only be a couple of records.

That it has potential problems that require further investigation: The car report might include evidence of flood damage, accidents, indications of odometer fraud, emission test failures, theft history, or evidence of heavy usage.

Benefits of a free car report for sellers

Get the best price for your used car. If you're selling to a dealer or trading in, they will definitely run a car history check before they take the car off your hands. To get the best price for your car, you should know what they're going to find out beforehand!

Private buyers will be more comfortable buying fro2m someone who can offer them immediate proof of reliability and a clean history. Avoid having people go check out the car history themselves - you will most likely never hear from them agian even if your car has a clean history. Make it easy to make a immediate decision to buy your car.

Benefits of a free car report for buyers

Don't get stuck with someone else's problem. If you know what the seller knows - or maybe more than the seller knows - then you're more likely to make a good decision and not be swayed by someone's smooth "pitch."

You'll also enjoy extra peace-of-mind. You won't have to worry that the car you just purchase will die on your first trip into town. Gettting swindled hurts more than your pocketbook - it's hurts your entire life. Marriages have been lost to lesser problems.


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