Car History Report
Free CARFAX Vehicle History Reports are available through many local dealerships as well as online when searching for or purchasing a vehicle through Cars.com or AutoTrader.com.
Another place to find a free CARFAX car history report is from the New Jersey State Auto Auction.
CARFAX also offers a free CARFAX Record Check to allow you to find out how many vehicle history records are in the CARFAX Report for your particular used car or truck. Click here for your free record check.
Car History Report - Where does the information come from?
Information provided in a CARFAX Vehicle History Report comes from more than 20,000 sources. These include: State Departments of Motor Vehicles, Auto Auctions, Canadian Motor Vehicle Departments, Consumer Protection Agencies, Insurance Claims Administrators, Auto Dealers and Other State Agencies. All data acquired from these sources meets either the federally mandated Drivers Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) or industry guidelines.
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What information does the Car History Report provide?
CARFAX Reports provide information pertaining to a vehicle's registration, title and usage history. Each report may include information such as major accident damage; salvage or junk vehicles; damage from hail, flood or fire; mileage discrepancies or odometer rollback; gray market vehicles (vehicles manufactured for non-U.S. Markets that may not comply with emission and/or safety standards - does not include imports originally made for the U.S. market.); Lemon vehicles; vehicles designated as rentals, taxis or fleet usage; abandoned or forfeited vehicles; records of theft; liens that represent ownership interests or unpaid judgments.
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A CARFAX car history report can protect you against purchasing a vehicle that may have: