Official Vehicle History & Valuation Reports

If you are anything like the average vehicle owner in the United States, you're likely to own your next car for approximatly 6.5 years.

Taking this into consideration, it’s important to know what you’re getting yourself into prior to making a purchase. 

Is a comprehensive collaboration of vehicle data which assists car buyers in educating themselves on the history & value of used vehicles.

Each VIN Check report also comes complete with trade-in, loan and retail values so you can be sure to negotiate with confidence.

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  • Simply enter your VIN below.


Full Vehicle Report

In less than 5 minutes you will receive an official report to your email. Press to view included data.

  • Data of the current owner of the vehicle, whether natural or legal person, as well as co-owners.
  • Vehicle identification data such as the frame, make and model.
  • Current registered address of the vehicle.
  • Technical data of the vehicle such as power, fuel, seats, etc.
  • Municipality in which the IVTM pays (Tax on Mechanical Traction Vehicles)
  • Origin of vehicle manufacturing.
  • Data on the mandatory insurance and the name of the insurance company.
  • Registration date and it is indicated if it has been re-enrolled.
  • Historical purchase-sales number of the vehicle.
  • Additional information renting the vehicle.
  • Information on seizures, charges and vehicle seals.
  • Technical inspection of the vehicle in force and date of the same.
  • The number of kilometers, (if they have been recorded by the ITV, or workshop readings)
  • Limitations of disposal on the vehicle: loading or encumbrance on the vehicle.
  • History of casualties of the vehicle, temporary or permanent, as well as the reason for it.
  • Vehicle owner was not aware of the payment of the Circulation Tax.
  • Vehicle indicator with denial.
  • Information about import or export of the vehicle.
  • Environmental information and category of electric or hybrid vehicle.

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Where can I find the VIN?

The vehicle identification number (VIN) can be found on the vehicle’s registration document, on the build plaque in the engine bay, driver's side windscreen or driver/passenger door jamb.

It also appears on the vehicle’s insurance documents.


VIN Accuracy tips:
– Copy and paste the VIN if it comes from a website
– Letters “I” and “O” never appear on a VIN (This will either be a 1 or a 0)
– VINs are typically 17 characters in length, but can be longer. Double check the VIN.