autoDNA history reports for cars from Belgium is an indispensable help for all who plan the purchase of a used vehicle from that country. Vehicle history for Belgium cars is in the form of reports which are created based on the data from central evidence of vehicles. Central evidence processes information from many reliable source from several years:
- Department of communications
- Police Departments
- Insurance Companies
- Financial institutions
- Automotive experts
In this section of report you can find information concerning status of the vehicle. Status are granted by mandated institutions in Belgium and gathered in Central Evidence of Vehicles.
administrative status of the vehicle: here you can find information about the potential import of vehicle into Belgium or export vehicle from the area of Belgium.
the status of the vehicle legality: information about the stolen vehicle or legal origin (status with the value "Normal").
vehicle status: this is information about destruction, restoration, vehicle after -accident, or vehicle without homologation.
In this section you will also find: production date of the vehicle, date of first registration of the vehicle n Belgium, expiry date of inspection, information about chassis, manufacturer code, as well as information on the completeness of the vehicle.
1What is the diffrence between incomplete, complete and completed vehicle?
Incomplete vehicleis a vehicle that in order to achieve the assumed functional characteristics and meet the necessary requirements should go at least one more stage of completion. Incomplete vehicle is not registered (eg. A truck chassis).
Complete vehicle is a vehicle that does not require completion in order to meet certain technical requirements. In such a vehicle you can make construction changes, which are subject to assessment approval (eg. Installation of an additional row of seats in a vehicle body type "van").
Completed vehicle is a vehicle after modification - alteration, resulting from a multi-stage type-approval, which meets certain requirements (eg. Building of box body on the chassis of a truck).
Vehicle history section consists of two parts: mileage verification in the Belgian Mileage Registry and information about mileage
Mileage verification allow you to check current mileage in relation to last recorded mileage in the Belgian Mileage Registry . Thanks to the verification you can define if the checked vehicle has reliable odometer.
The result of verification is presented on the report. There are two possible verification results:
- Reliable mileage: this result we get when the specified mileage is higher than the last recorded in the Belgian Mileage Registry, the vehicle has a reliable history and a sufficient amount of data contained in the Belgian Mileage Registry.
- Verification did not confirm credibility of vehicle mileage. This type of message is returned when the information received from the Belgian Mileage Registry are not sufficient to conduct verification. Possible causes: Lack of information in the Belgian Mileage Registry, Belgian Mileage Registry registry does not have sufficient information to verify the mileage or vehicle whose mileage has been verified has problems with current odometer reading.
Information about mileage - this part contains an expiration date of technical inspection, odometer reading recorded during last technical inspection, mileage recorded during the penultimate inspection.
The section of emission inform about emission tests for given vehicle, we will find here tests in driving conditions, carbon dioxide emission and emission of hydrocarbons and many other useful emission results. These results allow to conclude whether a vehicle can be sold in the European Union and allow you to determine if the vehicle should be roadworthy.