Friday, September 23, 2016


Vinalert provides Vehicle History Reports based on the Federal Government & DMV Data.

At the moment, vinalert has 362 million VINs in their database.

This is what makes VINAlert different from the rest.

The kind of data that is available is:

Information is updated daily and this makes them more accurate.

• Odometer roll back (Miles).

We recommend this site, so give it a try: Vinalert any time you are looking at buying or selling a used car.

Data on vehicles reported stolen in Mexico is also available.

We surveyed one hundred consumers who purchased at Vinalert and they were very happy to have saved up to 30$.

Free carfax reports cannot be found anywhere on the internet, but you can come close at Vinalert for one vehicle history report.

The vinalert database of VIN reports is more accurate and more up to date than carfax and autocheck.

• 18 Brands (such as salvaged cars and Flooded)

Other than the States, there are 8,000 other reporting entities that fall into the auto recycler or insurance industries who participate.

A price comparison shows that they top all VIN Search companies including Carfax ® and Autocheck ® vehicle history data.

• Insurance Information

• Number of owners

The database now covers 87% of all DMV data in the USA.

The best thing to do in order to protect yourself is to get a VIN report and have a mechanic inspect the car.

• Taxi, Fleet or Rental cars.

• Title problems

VinAert finds vehicles that were sold at insurance salvage auctions and this includes clean-title wrecks.

• Junk Cars (including cash-for-clunkers)

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