298 ‘VehicleHistory.com’ Reviews
Got all the info I needed for only $6.95
Being a first time user, I was skeptical. But this site was amazing. After entering a Vin #, I was able to find out that the car I was about to purchase was a salvage car. Thank you so much
I just wanted to make sure that what I was buying, had a clean record, with no accidents and it does, according to the report. I would recommend it.
Vey good service, quick response when I couldn't find it in my email. Good customer service.
My husband's vehicle was totaled in an accident this week. We're both busy and we don't have a lot of time to spend researching and looking for a pre-owned car. When we found a car we liked today, I felt reassured by ordering historical service and damage/claim report so we would know exactly what we were looking at. The details and service history gave us confidence and assurance so that we could go forward with an educated decision. It only took a few minutes but the amount of information was extensive! Thank you!!!
Very detailed and accurate. Great vehicle history website I've come across thus far.
I am so glad I found this site. I was worried that I would need to pay $25-$30 dollars for a vehicle history report from Carfax or Autocheck, but then I found this site. It's not nearly as comprehensive as either Carfax or Autocheck, but it *is* way more thorough than I would have expected for about $7... and that's for the data that comes from the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System, which includes odometer reading, structural damages, and full salvage check; the free report includes information that is publicly available elsewhere, but not necessarily all in one place -- vehicle specs, fuel economy, cost to own, recalls, and salvage checks, although idk what differentiates these salvage checks from the ones in the paid report.
I personally think the $7 report is a great resource to see if it would be worth spending the greater amount for a Carfax or an Autocheck -- it gives you the same type of information that you would find at the very top of a Carfax report ("X number of previous owners"), only it goes into much greater detail ("X number of junk titles issued"), so if you find anything concerning, like that the number of previous owners is greater than 1, you know that it might be worth checking the Carfax or the Autocheck. Yeah, I know that means paying more money if you find anything worth looking into -- but if you don't find anything too concerning, you've just saved about $18. As a poar collij stoodint, that seems like a pretty sweet deal.