To get a sneak peek into a vehicle’s past, your first step should be to perform a free car check. Our free car history check typically offers necessary vehicle information as well as underlines the existing or potential issues with the vehicle you may not know about.
Today, we will segregate the fundamental vehicle info from the details that point out problem areas in the vehicle. Before we do that, let’s first see what our free vehicle check in the UK entails.
What is Included in Our Free Car Check UK?
Once you enter your reg number on this page, you will get the following information instantly:
- MOT status and MOT due date
- Your car’s current tax status
- Vehicle registration date and its age
- Mileage recorded at the time of MOT check
- You get to know your car’s Make, Model, Fuel Type, Colour, Number of Doors, Seats, Gears and Engine Size.
- Your car’s annual projected running cost (according to fuel cost, tax rate and MOT rate).
- Car’s economic and environmental particulars (this comprises fuel consumption and CO2 emission data).
- Vehicle’s performance information (like Top Speed, Power RPM, Power BHP, Power Kw and Torque).
- Complete vehicle MOT history comprising advisory and failure comments.
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Basic Vehicle Information
Your vehicle’s registration date; its age, make, model, fuel type, colour, number of doors, seats, gears and engine size; performance figures including speed, horsepower and torque; fuel consumption and emission figures; and its running cost, all come under basic car info. These details are handy, and some of that can help you in making your buying decision. For example, you can match these details with the info available in the logbook. If you find any discrepancy, the logbook could be fake. Find out how you can analyse if a V5C logbook is genuine or not.
Crucial Details on Our Free Car History Check London
The important facts that can help you make an informed car-buying decision include MOT status, road tax status, advisory and failure notes, recorded mileages, MOT and service due to the reminder, and previous test results. For instance, you can see, which MOT tests the vehicle did not pass and what were the reasons. Even if a vehicle has passed a MOT, the report identifies which parts have minor issues. Moreover, you can match the recorded mileage with the reading on the car’s odometer to spot any inconsistency. A difference here means tampering with the odometer. We have written a blog post on it so that you can avoid a car clocking scam.
Car Analytics’ free car check is industry-best. You get to know so many things free of cost that can help you at least shortlist your next car. Yet, for absolute peace of mind, you should invest in our full car history check. We are sure you do not want to buy a stolen, accidental and scrapped car.