How Do I Get a Vehicle History Report?

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Vehicle history reports provide great insight into a used car’s past, giving buyers peace of mind with their purchase. Many dealers provide free vehicle history reports with used vehicles, but if you need to purchase your own, it’ll likely cost between $25 and $40. Some sources provide cheaper reports, but they may not include as much information. For instance, these providers’ vehicle history reports will include helpful details like repair and accident history:

You can also visit the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) website for a list of approved vehicle history report providers. Or check to obtain a report with title, insurance loss, and salvage details. All you’ll need to do is enter the VIN (vehicle identification number) and pay – quick and easy! (Note: The VIN is most often found on the lower corner of the windshield on the driver’s side.)

Those selling used cars, both dealerships and private sellers, benefit from providing a vehicle history report to potential buyers. This not only saves buyers time and money, but shows that they’re not attempting to hide anything.

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