Vehicle History Report Registry

VHR helps vehicle owners to track their service history, receive automatic service alerts and get critical information about open safety recalls reported for their car.

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A Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is a unique 17-character code assigned to every vehicle manufactured after 1981. The VIN can be used to decode a variety of information about a vehicle, such as its manufacturer, model, year, and production details. To decode a VIN, you can use the following steps:
  • Locate the VIN: The VIN can be found on the driver's side dashboard, door jamb, or vehicle registration documents.
  • Identify the VIN format: VINs are composed of 17 characters, consisting of letters and numbers. The first three characters are the manufacturer identifier, the next five characters are the vehicle attributes, the next seven characters are the vehicle serial number, and the last character is the check digit.
  • Look up the manufacturer identifier: The first three characters of the VIN are used to identify the manufacturer of the vehicle. This can be looked up in a VIN decoder chart or online VIN decoder tool.
  • Check the vehicle attributes: The next five characters of the VIN are used to identify the vehicle attributes such as the model, body style, and engine type.
  • Check the serial number: The next seven characters of the VIN are the vehicle's serial number, which is unique to each vehicle.
  • Verify the check digit: The last character of the VIN is the check digit, which is used to verify the accuracy of the VIN. This can be verified by using a mathematical formula or by using an online VIN verification tool.
Using a VIN decoder tool is the easiest way, you can find online VIN decoders, which can provide you with detailed information about a vehicle, including make, model, year, engine size, and more, by just entering the VIN.

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2018 Nissan X-trail White #534845

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1997 Ford Falcon White #534846

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1994 Nissan Sentra Blue #534847

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2004 Toyota Vitz Blue #534848

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Placeholder1999 TOYOTA CALDINA

1999 Toyota Caldina White #534849

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1998 Bmw 318 Green #534850

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1996 Toyota Landcruiser Blue #534851

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2014 Toyota Hilux White #534853

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2014 Mitsubishi Mirage Blue #534854

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2007 Honda Crv Gold #534855

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Placeholder2014 RENAULT CLIO

2014 Renault Clio White #534856

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2007 Toyota Hiace White #534858

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A vehicle history report (VHR) is a document that provides detailed information about a specific vehicle's history, including accident and damage reports, service records, and previous ownership information. These reports are typically generated by companies such as Carfax or Autocheck and are used by individuals or businesses as a tool to help make informed decisions when buying or selling a used vehicle.

The information included in a VHR can vary depending on the provider, but generally includes the following:
  • Title information: Information about the vehicle's title, including any liens or brand titles.
  • Accident and damage reports: Information about any accidents or damage the vehicle has been in, including the severity of the accident and whether the vehicle was declared a total loss.
  • Service records: Information about the vehicle's service history, including any regular maintenance and repairs.
  • Odometer readings: Information about the vehicle's odometer readings and any discrepancies.
  • Number of owners: Information about the number of previous owners the vehicle has had.
  • Recall information: Information about any recalls related to the vehicle.
  • Theft records: Information about whether the vehicle has been reported stolen.
  • It's important to note that not all vehicle history reports are created equal, and the information included in a report may vary depending on the provider and the specific vehicle. It's also important to check the accuracy of the information provided in the report.
Overall, a vehicle history report can be very helpful in providing a comprehensive overview of a used vehicle's history. It can help you identify any potential issues with the vehicle and make an informed decision when buying or selling a used car.