It's never easy choosing your next car, we want you to be confident that you're making the right choice. We help take the stress out of making that key car buying decision by providing you with the critical information you need.
So which vehicle check is right for you? For your initial research the free Factsheet check is ideal. The Basic check is perfect for your shortlist and most importantly, before you buy, get a Comprehensive vehicle check to be completely car confident.
We tell you important information such as if the car has been stolen, written off, has a loan outstanding on it and much more. Be car confident, data comes direct from trusted sources, the Police, DVLA, MIAFTR and finance firms.
Our car history check helps and protects you from buying a vehicle with a hidden history, like being a write-off, scrapped, stolen or having outstanding car finance. Why not take an look at our sample vehicle report and see the level of information and data included in our premium car history checks. View sample report
Comprehensive checks & data.
Finance data & guarantee included.
Key checks & data
Great for short-listing multiple vehicles before viewing.
No checks & limited data.
Great for getting initial vehicle information.
1 in 4 cars have a hidden history. Vehicle check, also known as car reg checks or a vehicle check report, reveal details about a car's background that the seller might not know or not want to tell you. Read more...
1 in 4 of the 38 million cars on UK roads have outstanding finance, types of vehicle debt are HP, PCP, PCH, lease or bill of sale. The finance company typically own these vehicles, not the driver, they could repossess it. Therefore it's vital to check the finance status before buying. Read more...
You certainly don't want your next car listed as stolen! Buying a stolen car is a nightmare. You'll very likely be stopped by the police and then left massively out of pocket when they seize 'your' new car.
It's essential to establish if a car has been involved in a serious crash. If it has, for safety you'll need to know if any damage was repairable. Also previous write-offs generally cost a lot less than a non-accident damaged car.