AutoCheck.com is Experian’s leading vehicle reporting service, providing consumers with comprehensive vehicle history reports which allow them to make informed decisions when purchasing used cars.
AutoCheck.com vehicle reports include the industry's only vehicle history score, which “empowers consumers with the confidence and information they need to quickly understand what a vehicle history report really says about a vehicle.”
The AutoCheck Score provided by AutoCheck.com takes into the Age, Mileage, Vehicle Class, Number of Owners, Lease History, Emission Testing History, Accident History, Theft and Repossession History, and Police, Taxi or Government Use.
The Score is represented by a number between 1 and 100, with 1 being the lowest possible score and 100 being the highest possible score.
But AutoCheck.com warns that cars with lower scores should not necessarily be automatically discounted. The low score may be due to the mileage and age of the car, but when compared to scores of cars with the same mileage and age, the score may be high.
If you are searching for a used car, AutoCheck.com has an article explaining how their services stack up vs CarFax, a similar service provider.
They say they provide the same vehicle history as CarFax, but with AutoCheck.com you can sign up to receive unlimited reports, in addition to the AutoCheck Score, and information from the US's two largest auction houses on whether the car has ever been auctioned off.
One vehicle history report will cost you $29.99. Unlimited reports for 30 days will cost you $44.99, which is less than the cost of two individual reports.
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