How to do a Vins Revs Car history finance check in Australia

    A revs check or vins check used to be free on the goverment website before , but now they charge you $4  currently for a vins check .
    The new website for vins check is http://www.ppsr.gov.au/ (direct links below for checking)
Did you know that if you buy a used car with money owing to a financier from a previous owner, it could be repossessed? ( check below for more tips on what to look for while buying a motor vehicle )

Everything you need to know about  VINS number  for vehicles in Australia

  • A vehicle identification number is also known as  a ‘VIN’ or a ‘Chassis’ number.
  • A VIN is the 17 character identifier recorded on most vehicles built after 1988.
  • A VIN can only be made up of the following characters: 0�9, A�Z (uppercase) excluding letters I, O and Q.
  • car history search  australia

Before purchasing a used vehicle you should always do a REVS or VINS check to see if there is any money owing on the vehicle you are buying.

      If you type in  vins check OR revs check  as it is also known, on google or other search engines, you will get many results showing websites available which will o do this  check . Unfortunately these websites are only there to make money  and will charge a hefty fee compared to the government website  as below.

    GO Here -  Main website

    https://transact.ppsr.gov.au/ppsr/Home?li=False

    Then here – to quick vin search

    https://transact.ppsr.gov.au/ppsr/QuickVINSearch?li=False

    Quick motor vehicle search

    The click the continue button at bottom of page

    govermetn ebsite for car check for finance  or revs check

     

    To go here

    vins check australia for free

    Enter the vins/chasis number and  make payment by credit card and you will get details of the check  done in next screen, with a email also sent o your with report and receipt immediately.

    You can retrieve the  search done as well  at a later date if you wish with the search number they email you.

    Here is the rate comparison for a  revs or vins check on different websites

    Official govt website  Vins search  –$4

    compared to private agencies  below

    • www.revscheck.com.au/Australia‎  – $36.95 for a car history report
    • www.carhistory.com.au/REVSCheck‎  $36.95 link goes to same website
    • http://checkvin.com.au/ – 9.90
    After signing transfer papers and Transfer of the Registration

    After you purchase the vehicle, you must visit a Motor Registry within 14 days to transfer ownership of the vehicle to your name.

    You will need:

    • your proof of purchase
    • at least two forms of identification
    • and money to pay the stamp duty and transfer fee.

    what to look for while buying a motor vehicle

    Here are some helpful questions to ask when buying a car, motorcycle, or other vehicle from a private party or dealership:

    • Are you the owner of the vehicle? How long have you owned it?
    • How has the vehicle been driven? (Around town vs. long trips)
    • What major work have you done on the vehicle? Do you have receipts?
    • Did you buy the vehicle new?
    • Has it ever been wrecked, had body repairs, or been repainted?
    • Do you have the title?
    What to check for in the vehcile you are buying
    • Make sure everything works, including the radio, heater, windshield wipers, lights, and turn signals.
    • Check the brakes
    • Check the tires — look for good treads and matching tyre rim  sizes.
    • Check under the hood — look at the battery for leaks, check for dirty oil, check the hoses, etc.

    Comments

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      • REVS Check says:

        If you are looking for a REVS Check for a VIN number or Chassis number, give VINNER REVS Check a try, reports are only $9.90. It’s completely optimised for mobile and supports PayPal along with credit card payments (including Amex) via a secure Australia payment gateway. For those older cars that are pre-1989 you can request a chassis reports, and if you are planning on buying a boat you can also perform a HIN check if needed. VIN reports also cover all other vehicles (including trailers, caravans, 4×4, trucks etc) for any other types of vehicles you are considering for your trip.

    5. The http://www.ppsr.gov.au website is ok if you’re at a desktop computer, but it’s a very slow & clunky process on mobile phones. Plus they don’t even have proper validation when you enter the VIN – you could accidentally enter a O or I instead of 0 or 1, and they would let you waste your money & pay for the search. I went to http://www.getppsr.com.au – quick, easy, & didn’t have to enter credit card details either as they have PayPal.

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