Find out if your car has a Hidden History

Checking a vehicle before buying a car will help and protect you from buying a vehicle with a hidden history


The VRM Check report is a fully comprehensive vehicle check, providing you with vital information about the car you want to buy. A VRM check can save you from buying a written-off car, or one with outstanding finance

A hidden past?

Many car sellers will try to hide something if the offer is too good to believe, always check before buying a car

Mileage Clocking

Cars we check may show a difference in mileage this means that car mileage maybe tampered with

Stolen Car

Stolen cars are on the rise, always make sure that you are not buying a stolen car, the person selling the car might have changed the number plate

What our VRM Check Includes

Our vehicle check report will include the following things listed below, with this vital information you will have a peace of mind and will help you buy the car.

Stolen Car Check

At Check My Vehicle we offer a vehicle checker service that will detect if a vehicle is stolen.

Number of Keepers

The number of owners registered on the Logbook

Mileage Check

Is the car showing the correct mileage


A guide valuation of the vehicle checked

Car Written Offf

Has the car been declared written off by the insurer

Scarped Car

Is the car declared Scarped by the DVLA

Number plate change

How many number plate changes has the car had

Mot History

Information from the DVLA and Gov site regarding the vehicles history

Outstanding Finance

Is there a loan or outstanding debt on the car


Find out if the car has been imported or exported


Our Mission is to help keep you save and not let your hard earned money go to waste, many times when checking a car customers often don’t do a vehicle history check, but if you do a check before buying the vehicle this can reveal vital information and help you make a better decision


  • What happens if car has outstanding finance?

    If you bought a car and genuinely had no idea that it had outstanding finance, you have the right to keep it.

  • What parts should be replaced at what intervals?

    Insurance write-offs happen as a result of an accident involving your vehicle.

  • What do you do when someone steals your car?

    Call the police and file a report. You should call the police within 24 hours of your car being stolen.

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