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  • Discover if someone has set back the odometer
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  • Learn if it’s ever been in a major accident
  • All the information you need to buy the right car or truck for you!

Why trust Because we are the experts. We are not a government agency. And that's a good thing! If you were to try to access this information from government records it could take you weeks – and still not be as comprehensive as our reports.

When you are buying a used car or truck, that is a big investment on your part. You don't want to end up with a lemon. Instead you want a vehicle that will be around for the long term. Our team of experts has set up a system that will let you do a fair evaluation of the car or truck so that you know what you will bet getting into if you decide to buy it.

We'll let you know how many owners a car has had. We'll tell you if it's been in a major accident. An informed consumer is a smart consumer.

Questions You Should Ask Before
You Buy A Used Car Or Truck

You should have a lot of questions when you are buying a used car or truck, because normally, you can't see real problems just by looking at it. Start out by asking the seller why he or she is selling the car or truck. Their answer should make sense. People don't just randomly decide to get rid of a vehicle.

Then ask if you can look at the VIN number on driver's side door and the dashboard. If they are different numbers walk away from that sale, because something is up.

Ask if you can take it for a 30-minute test drive. If they are only willing to let you drive it for five minutes, it's not a good car or truck because many problems don't show up until the car or truck has been driven a bit.

Finally, ask them if they will allow your mechanic to take a look at the car. If this throws them for a loop, then you know you do not want to buy that vehicle.

What You Should Know About Title Brands

Title branding is one of the most useful government programs out there – but it is only active in a few states. What happens is if a car or truck has been in a major accident or damaged by floods these facts are stamped on its title. That's to help the average person avoid buying a car or truck that is going to have problems in the future.

Because not all states require this, if a used car seller ends up with a vehicle where there is a title brand law, they will often go to another state to re-register the vehicle. This way, it looks clean when they sell it. But if you use our reports, they will tell you if that car or truck has ever been title branded in another state. That will help you avoid buying a vehicle that will give you a lot of problems down the road.

Title Brands

One thing that many people don't know about when they are trying to buy a new car is title branding. Title branding is done in many but not all states to protect consumers from buying a car that has major problems. For example, if the car has been totaled, declared a lemon or suffered major flood damage, that information will be stamped on the title of the car. Creepy used car salesmen are aware of this. What they do is drive the car to a state without title brands ,and re-register the car so the title seems clean. But you can beat them at their own game. There is always a record when a car receives a title brand, and our search system will find that record. If our system tells you that the car has been titled branded in another state, that is a giant red flag that the car has a bad history and will be a bad value for you to purchase.

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