We have put the most legit information available into all of our car history reports. This information comes from government and other public information sources. We'd like to give you an idea of what type of legit information you can expect to find in your report.
First, you get a summary of the information in your report. This gives you a quick way to get a sense if the guy selling you the car is legit or not. Then, you get an overview of the life of the car based on the records we've found. You can click on the sections in the overview to get the specific information on the vehicle.
You also get a list of any accidents that the car has been in. This information comes from police reports and insurance records. The next section tells you if there are any liens on the car and if it is being used as collateral on a debt.
After that you get a stolen vehicle check. This will tell you if the car is stolen or if you are dealing with the legit owner of the car. Moving forward, you'll then be provided with a list of past odometer readings so you can verify that the mileage reading has not been tampered with.
Finally, you'll get an estimate of how much the car is worth and how much people have paid for it in the past. This will allow you to make a legit offer for the car that will be fair for the seller.
Overall, once you are done reading the report you'll know if you are being offered a legit deal or not. Then, you can make an informed decision on whether or not you want to buy it. Visit CarHistoryBlog.us.org for more great tips!
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