autoDNA Report for Dutch vehicles

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How to check a car from the Netherlands?

autoDNA Report for vehicles from the Netherlands will be of great help for anyone who wishes to purchase a second-hand vehicle from this country. It allows you to check the vehicle history and verify its current mileage. Our reports for Dutch vehicles are made on the basis of data we obtain from the Netherlands national mileage registry Nationale Auto Pas (NAP) and the Netherlands central vehicle registry RDW. These organisations collect and administer data regarding second-hand vehicles.

Our reports allow you to verify the mileage using the VIN number free or charge; we are able to do this thanks to the Dutch national mileage register (Nationale Auto Pas). The NAP was established to prevent odometer rollbacks in second-hand vehicles. It has been a few years since the NAP started collecting mileage history from a number of reliable, verified sources:

  • Dealers
  • Car mechanics
  • The Ministry of Road Transport
  • Leasing companies
  • Insurance companies
  • Diagnostic stations
  • Importers

Vehicle history report for vehicles imported from the Netherlands

The summary of the report contains basic information that helps you identify the vehicle: its VIN number, make and model. The summary also contains two very important variables that have great influence on the rating the vehicle receives: the year in which the vehicle was first registered and the number of owners it had while in the Netherlands.

Vehicle status

This part of the report includes relevant information about status of verfied vehicle. Registration status indicates whether the car has been formally deregistered from Netherlands.

In this section there are important dates concerning registration formalities: dates of first registrations and expiration date of last vehicle inspection..

Information about insurance liability indicates whether the car has a valid mandatory insurance. Legal status of the vehicle means possible legal lien on the vehicle established by the bank or other financial institution as a result of taking by owners the load or credit.

An important information is withdrawal from drive on public roads. It usually happens in case if the vehicle does not meet technical requirements to drive on public roads in the Netherlands. Reasons might be:
-there is no valid technical inspection
- does not meet technical requirements
- vehicle damage as a result of an accident or collision
- vehicle damage as a result of a flood or fire

Date of permanent / temporary withdrawal from drive on public roads, indicates that the vehicle cannot be currently driven on public roads in the Netherlands.

General information

In this section of the report you can find general and basic information about vehicle from registration document from dutch Ministry of Transport (RDW): make, model, number of doors, type of the vehicle, fuel type, info about LPG installation, chassis colour, number of wheels and equipment version.

Additional information

In this section there is information about number of seats, number of version, catalogue price of new vehicle and amount of BPM tax.

Vehicle history

Vehicle history section consist of following parts: ownership history, vehicle use, it's origin and mileage status verified with National Mileage Registry (NAP). In vehicle ownership history there is detailed information about previous car owners on the Netherlands territory, period of vehicle ownership by each of them and type of the owner (individual, company, leasing).

Section of the report vehicle use presents information whether the car has been registered as taxi or has been qualified for dismantling after serious damage and simultaneously no possibility to restore it for the road traffic.

In the car origin section there is information about parallel import to Holland and possible eksport from Holland territory.

Mileage verification in National Mileage Registry Nationale Auto Pas

In the part of mileage verification in the National Mileage Registry there is current odometer reading entered by the user verified with the national registry. The result of verification is presented on the report. There are three possible verification results:

  • Reliable, when mileage is authentic. Current odometer reading is higher then last odometer reading from NAP registry.
  • Unreliable, when mileage is falsified and rolled back. Current odometer reading is lower then last odometer reading from NAP registry.
  • Do not reported to NAP Program, when National Mileage Registry does not have information about mileage records for the car.

Technical data

In this part of the report there is detailed description of technical vehicle parameters, engine capacity, number of cylinders, fuel emission standard, vehicle weight, dimensions, information about manufacturer, homologation number and limits of the mass for towed trailers.

Customer Reviews about the report

Iking for a long time about importing a car from abroad but everybody knows how much trouble this can cause. Thanks to autoDNA I had at least one issue covered. VIN was enough to obtain a repord packed with vital information about a car located thousands of kilometres away from my home. Everything concise and for a reasonable price too, so I can strongly recommend it was thin.
I used autoDNA when I was importing my Audi from Germany. I knew what I wanted but most sellers had no answers to the more technical questions (about equipment) but also to basic ones like how many owners the car had! I know, I know: sellers often know nothing... But they will give you the VIN and with VIN you can check it all yourself in a report. And the report shows everything: a clocked odometer, a crash, all those small faults. If you want to buy from a dealer, get a report first, it's worth it.
Strongly recommended, especially if you're importing. The report showed car history with photos. Unfortunately, this car was a lemon; it was clocked.
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