Carfax Vehicle History Report for $12.90

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Carfax Vehicle History Report for $12.90
Emma Johnson
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Apr 14th 2020 08:01 am

Carfax will give you a vehicle history report on used cars and trucks to American and Canadian consumers.

These are great reports to have if you are planning to sell your car
Will show you reports of accidents or ownerships reported to DMV

Regular Price is $39.99

Carfax Report for $12.90

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  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    It's a database. It's only as accurate as the data. But it's better than not having any data.
  • Guest
    Guest - 1 month ago
    I got from [email protected]
    He was reliable and trust worthy. Got it really fast.
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 months ago
    Link to Ebay below does not work?
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 months ago
    I have used CARFAX several times. It is not the absolute when buying a used car, it is simply a tool. It can provide useful information. The older the car, the less accurate it is. For $6, does anyone expect it to be perfect. A salvage title is listed as such, no CARFAX is needed. Use it as a tool for information.
  • Guest
    Guest - 2 years ago
    Just dont trust. I bought a car, carfax showed clean history. Later try to sell it, it was salvage.
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 years ago
    You're correct! Cannot rely on a Carfax report. I bought a car with a clean carfax report and then when I tried to sell it, an accident appeared! What the heck?
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 years ago
    CARFAX is pretty much worthless unless by chance someone has reported the accident to CARFAX on there own. There is no requirement for any insurance company, state regulation, or auto body shop to report anything to CARFAX. Nothing, zilch, nada. If an accident shows up on CARFAX it is by pure luck and you can rely on it but very few to almost no accidents actually show up. And the CARFAX guarantee only applies to branded titles. Plus, they only honor it if CARFAX knows about the branded title. If they don't know about it, they are off the hooik. Just google CARFAX Guarantee. It's a joke.
  • Guest
    Guest - 3 years ago
    Do your research on Carfax reports. Lots of false, innacurate information and non-reported information with any of these types of services. Always - ALWAYS take any used car that you want to purchase to your mechanic first for a once over. If the dealer doesn't allow that (or the seller) then walk away.
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