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AutoCheck is Experian's leading vehicle history reporting service and an indispensable part of the used car shopping process from United States.

AutoCheck receives their information from dozens of thousands of trusted sources including Communication Offices in USA and Canada (NMVTIS information system), insurance companies, police departments, fire brigades, vehicle inspection stations, auto auctions and many other.

The AutoCheck database is one of the most complete system of vehicle background information. It contains over 4 billions records for over half a billion of vehicles. Each of the AutoCheck vehicle background reports contains vital information regarding mileages, previous registrations, vehicle destination, granted titles, communication damage. AutoCheck reports may sometimes not include all the information regarding the vehicle's background (servicing in non-authorized service points), but certainly are the most trustworthy source of data in America at the moment. The information based on the indicated VIN number (VIN USA) is reported to the AutoCheck.

Before you buy a vehicle brought from USA and Canada, we advise purchasing the Autocheck report, which will certainly help to learn aboutthe past of the chosen vehicle. Check also the access to the additional information about the vehicle and photos in autoDNA database.

Scope of information in AutoCheck Reports:

  • vehicle's basic data
  • number of owners
  • odometer readings
  • accident history
  • titles brands to the vehicle (recovered, scrapped, after crash)
  • information about use of the vehicle (rent, leased, in hock, etc.)
  • damage caused by forces of nature (fire, flood, hailstorm, hurricane)
  • information regarding reported problems (so-called Lemon)
  • maintenance information (inspections, services, repairs)

The AutoCheck contains many valuable information. Below you can find descriptions of all sections and information that may be included in the AutoCheck report.

What is AutoCheck Score? What is a Title Brand?

Report Summary

The Report Summary includes basic information about your vehicle, such as the VIN, year, make and model. You'll also find the AutoCheck Score (when available) and whether the vehicle qualifies for Buyback Protection.

In addition, you'll find the section summaries, which will tell you whether there is any further information to review. A green check mark icon means no problems were found and that the section checks out. A blue "i" icon means there is further information for you to review. A red exclamation point icon means a problem was found. (These icons can be found throughout your report in each section.) You can jump down the page by clicking a section name.

What is AutoCheck Score?

Accident Check

Accident Check shows the number of accidents reported to AutoCheck if such occurred. Each event, has date and location.

Title and Problem Check

Any issues with the vehicle's title will appear in this section. For example, if the vehicle has a salvage or junk title, it will be found here. Title brands or odometer problems will also show up in this section.

What is a Title Brand?

Odometer Check

OdometerCheck will notify you of instances in our records where the odometer reading was reported. Any reported odometer reading that is out of line with what is expected will be flagged for you.

Use and Event Check

If the vehicle was ever a rental vehicle or used as a service vehicle of some kind, you can find that in this section. Other examples of items you might find include a record of theft or repossession and corrected or duplicate titles.

Full History

As its name suggests, this section reports on all reported events for that vehicle. Significant events that can be found in this section include:

  • Odometer readings.
  • Vehicle registrations,
  • Title transfers,
  • Reported at auto auction,
  • Emissions inspection.

This Vehicle's Glossary

Whenever there is further information or a problem to report, the description is hyperlinked. Clicking on the link takes you to the bottom of your report where the description and any special items are explained in greater detail.

Click here to view full glossary.

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