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The vehicle history report is without a doubt the most essential part of the used car buying process. The only way to know for sure that you are not about to purchase a total lemon is to check out all of the available data that exists for a particular car.

By simply entering your VIN you can instantly tap into billions of Department of Motor Vehicle records for vital information on the specific car that you are considering, and instantly find hidden problems that might not be visible or even noticeable after driving the car around for a while.

What kind of vehicle history might be revealed? How about collision damage, persistent mechanical problems, odometer tampering, fire damage, theft and more. Would you want to own a car with one, not to mention more than one of these issues in the past? We wouldn't either!


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The best way to go about this process is to check every car you come across while you are shopping so you can decide which one is best for you. Fortunately, you can now get unlimited vehicle history reports, usually for a period of about 30 days, for one low price so you can be confident with your purchase. Most buyers end up looking at an average of at least 3-5 different cars before they settle on one.

When you come across a car that you like, you simply need to get its VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) and enter it into the database at a major auotmotive report provider such as AutoCheck, a division of Experian. They have literally billions of records on hand for millions of used cars going back all the way to 1981, when the 17 character VIN came into being.

Plug that VIN, along with any others you have, into the system and BAM, you'll be presented with an initial description of the automobile, with year, make and model. From that point, you can choose to purchase a full report, which will reveal everything from DNV transactions to odometer readings to accident information. You'll also get a handy score, which compares that particular car to other similar vehicles.

For example, let's say you're looking at a 2012 BMW 3 series. It might get a score of 83 out of 100 which might not seem ideal to you at first glance. But if other similar vehicles score a 73 on average, then you might be looking at one of the better ones in its class. It's all relative, and you can get a good idea of what you're getting by making the comparison.

So before you spend thousands on a potentially problematic used car, spend around $30 and get yourself a Vehicle History'll be glad you did!

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