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The second-hand car market is not as transparent as a buyer might imagine. Most owners want to sell a car as quickly as possible and may accidentally or deliberately hide its full history. It is in your interest to determine the condition of the car you are purchasing.
613 392 category M vehicles are registered with the Estonian Transport Administration!
Evidently, there are fewer brand new cars on the road and mostly pre-owned cars are being sold on the market. Many of these older vehicles are no longer under warranty. Be careful with your purchase!
You can check the car details and the local history of the car for free in the Estonian register.
A free report provides a partial history of the vehicle: mileage, number of owners, inspection history, country of origin of the car, restrictions, technical data, period of validity of the inspection and insurance. Free reports are publicly available, but the information they provide may not be sufficient. The limited amount of information in such reports is due to access to the Estonian database only.
Regardless of whether the vehicle is imported or local, we encourage you to use the paid report. A complete VIN report has access to closed sources, is collected from the databases of many countries and contains the maximum possible and useful information about the car of interest.
A car is only as good as its service history. The report shows all documented dates of maintenance for the vehicle.
Buying a car with hidden defects can turn out to be expensive in the future.
The history of cars bought abroad is difficult to trace. You get all the data in one report and save time.
We are not all automotive gurus. A list of common faults of a particular car model will help you make the right buying decision.
The information is presented in a clear and coherent way and does not contain any complicated technical terms, so it is easy for everyone to understand.
Knowing how the car looked in the past will help you better understand its history, general condition, possible damage and other changes.
Payments for insured events
Number of owners
History of vehicle advertisements
Archival photos of the car
Nearest service date
VIN number location
Frequent model breakdowns and factory reviews
By purchasing a report, you can save thousands of euros by not buying a bad car in the first place.