Ownership History – the history of car ownership, how many owners there were, in which states, the last mileage readings, the approximate mileage of the car per year.
Additional History – additional history, contains records of some incidents during the operation of the car, such as the end of the warranty, accidents, damage, revocable company of the manufacturer.
Detailed History – detailed history section includes any reports, services, sales, inspections or other events that occurred while the vehicle was in your possession. For example, you might find emissions inspections, registration renewals, accidents listed by owner and where any events occurred.
An important part of the Detailed History table for people who buy cars from the US and Canada with damage. This part of the report lists the involvement in the accident, describing the nature of the damage and some details of the accident, which may provide a more detailed understanding of the severity of the damage, the severity of the required repairs and possible hidden damage.
CARFAX reports provide information about a vehicle’s history, including whether it has been in an accident, has any open recalls, service history, previous owners, and more. For more information, see Sample Report.
The VIN can often be found on the driver’s side door, next to the door latches, and also in the lower left corner of the dashboard in front of the steering wheel. If you own a car, you can find it on the title, registration card, or insurance documents.
Enter the VIN in the search field. After searching the report, you will receive a response about the number of records in the CARFAX database or the absence of such. If there are records about the history of the car, you will be offered a form with payment and contact e-mail. The report will be sent to the specified e-mail and shown on the screen after payment.
More than 70% of cars have hidden problems. Before buying a car at an auction, we strongly recommend that you check your car.