The new service offers a free vin check http://myfreevincheck.com/
This new service will enhance Experian's business platform and provide yet another suitable companion to its credit reporting side. It seeks to give unbiased reports about used vehicles in a comprehensive manner. Like its main competitor CARFAX, this service gives you a detailed look into what a car has been through from simple oil changes to major or minor accidents--both impact the value and therefore price of the car.
It is imperative today to do some research on almost everything you buy due to the need for businesses to sell more and more stuff just to stay afloat. It is hard to trust a car dealership to be totally upfront about a car's past, even when they are standing there right in front of you.
The idea is to offer yet another option for Experian customers. Autocheck free vin checks are void of any cost and therefore anyone can get one without any additional investment. The "free" report includes only the amount of information listed on the report--in other words, it gives a number of potential problems and issues reported so you can try before you buy.
The cost of the reports is very competitive to CARFAX, in fact, you can buy multiple vin check reports for around $45 dollars, so you can continue to download them as necessary while you shop multiple cars. This feature is very popular because it allows comparisons between cars.
The free vin report is available through a host of websites and can be found by clicking or linking to http://myfreevincheck.com/