What type of information does a Used car History
Car History Search provides information pertaining to
a vehicle's title, registration and usage history. Car-Report.com
obtains this information from Experian Automotive Information
Each report displays the results of our comprehensive search
for: major accident damage; salvage or junk vehicles; damage
from hail, flood or fire; mileage discrepancies or odometer
rollback; gray market vehicles (vehicles manufactured for
non-U.S. markets that may not comply with emission and/or
safety standards - does not include imports originally made
for the U.S. market.); lemon vehicles; vehicles designated
as rentals, taxis or fleet usage; abandoned or forfeited vehicles;
records of theft; liens that represent ownership interests
or unpaid judgments.
What type of information does The Used car History
Search NOT provide?
The Used car History Search does not provide the
names of or information pertaining to a vehicle's previous
owner(s). The federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act (DPPA)
prohibits the release of such information for non-permitted
uses. The Used car History Search may not provide information
on every accident a vehicle has been in. At this time, The
Used car History Search does not provide service record data
on the vehicle history report.
Where does The Used car History Searchs' History
information come from?
Information provided in a Used car History Search
comes from more than 175 data sources. These include: State
Departments of Motor Vehicles, Auto Auctions, Canadian Motor
Vehicle Departments, Consumer Protection Agencies, Insurance
Claims Administrators, Auto Dealers and Other State Agencies.
All data acquired from these sources meets either the federally
mandated Drivers Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) or industry
guidelines. Consumer Guide® licenses this information
from Experian Automotive Information Services, Inc.
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