Total Car Check
Enter reg number for a FREE car history check
Enter registration for a Total Car Check
Our total car check covers over 80+ data points including scrapped or stolen, outstanding finance, written off, and much more.
To carry out a car check all you need is the car’s registration number. Using the information in the report you can make a well-informed decision about whether or not the used vehicle you’ve found is right for you.
Vehicle history with Total Car Check
Why do you need car check?
A car check reveals everything you need to know about a car’s history, giving you access to hidden or missing information, like whether the vehicle has been stolen, or written off, has a salvage history, has outstanding finance, and much more.
It is crucial to purchase a car check report before purchasing a vehicle to reveal a detailed hidden history. Simply enter the number plate and click search to perform a check.
Total car check includes:
Our vehicle check will provide you with vital information about the history of any vehicle by checking 80+ data points such as:
Log Book Loan check
£30,000 data guarantee
Imported / Exported / Scrapped
Number of previous owners
To view all the data fields please visit our sample report.
Frequently asked questions
A car check provides you with full historical details of a vehicle. The check includes over 80 data points such as a written-off, stolen, and outstanding finance check.
A standard check costs £4.99 and a full check costs £8.99. For peace of mind, we recommend a full check which includes an outstanding finance check, and valuation which is backed by a £30,000 data guarantee.
To get a free car check simply enter your vehicle registration into the search field and click check vehicle. The free car check will reveal 20+ free details including full MOT history, road tax information and stolen vehicle status.
A car check is important as it will reveal historical information about the car, providing you with any hidden issues, like if a car has been damaged in the past or has mileage discrepancies.