Experience :You can find the VIN code on the vehicle's registration document (Rego), on the vehicle's nameplate in the engine compartment or on the passenger's side windshield and door frame, or on the insurance company's relevant documents.
Experience :PPSR and REVS is one of the data sources of the AUCN car history report. This means that the AUCN car history report will contain more content and information than PPSR/REVS report. including but not limited to: Odometer rollback check, average odometer guide, vehicle valuation and average price guide, finance detail and so on. AUCN car history report’s data comes from PPSR , Austroads, AFSA, NEVDIS and a lot of third party companies and AUCN vehicle trading platform own data.
Experience :The data source of AUCN car history report is basically as same as that two competing products, which means that whether you buy the AUCN car history report or other comprehensive report, the information you can get is basically the same. However, the price of AUCN car history report is less than half of competing products, so the AUCN car history report is the most affordable and comprehensive vehicle history report in Australia.
Experience :Generally speaking, RACV report is the inspection report of the vehicle, RACV will inspect your vehicle and issue a report based on the current condition of the vehicle. The AUCN car history report is a comprehensive report on vehicle history through various authoritative databases. The focus of the two reports is completely different.
Why choose us
I never really cared about car history before, so the last car that I bought was one that had been written off. There were a lot of problems with the car and I spent a great amount of time and effort on the repairs. This time I purchased the AUCN Car report, the report clearly stated that historical status of the car. The information provided came straight from the Australian government and is extremely trustworthy. Compared to the cost of repairing a vehicle, the cost of a report is actually so cheap. I used the reports to filter my choices and finally bought a safe and reliable car.
I compared other vehicle history reports on the market, and the AUCN car report is the most affordable one. The AUCN vehicle report is rich in content, including several points that our buyers are most concerned about. In addition to being able to help buyers to eliminate the risk of buying a car, the vehicle valuation provided by the report gives me an idea of the market situation of the vehicle. It helped me pick the car of the right price. Much appreciated the AUCN Car report for helping me during my car purchase.
I am a used car dealer and I find that customers often ask me for more information about the vehicles being sold, especially the history of the vehicles, so I chose to work with AUCN. After providing AUCN vehicle reports to customers, I found that their willingness to purchase was significantly enhanced. Although I have been helping customers to screen high-quality used cars in the past, it is not as convincing as such an authoritative report. The AUCN Vehicle Report helped my business and I will continue to work with AUCN as always.
Don’t take the risk to drive a vehicle with expired registration on the road, check your registration status now!
A vehicle registration number (REGO) is a series of numbers and/or letters assigned to a vehicle by the road transport authorities when the vehicle is registered. It is usually abbreviated as REGO, and can also be simply understood as the vehicle’s license plate. If you plan to buy a used car on the market, then a REGO Check of that car is extremely important for you. If the status of the vehicle is registered (which means it has a REGO), the vehicle is currently registered with the Australian Government. If there is no registration, it may be that the registration has expired, or there are other problems that prevent it from being registered. Consumers need to distinguish between the two cases, and if it is the latter, buyers may need to dig deeper to eliminate the risks in the purchase.Read more
All cars driving on Australian roads must have a valid license plate number and registration information. If you drive an unregistered or expired vehicle on the road, you may be fined a huge amount and your third-party compulsory insurance (CTP) will become invalid, which can lead to serious consequences. Even if you are not driving your own car, as part of your responsibility, you must ensure that the car is registered with the relevant Australian road authority. Also, be sure to check the registration details before buying a used car. Whether you buy it from a dealer or a private seller, they may provide you with false or incorrect information. In some cases, a car that has had a major accident and has been write-off will not be able to re-register, which will prevent the car from being legally driven on the road. All similar situations can be checked with the AUCN Car Report, we ensure you that the report is essential and will give you a peace of mind.Read more
Vehicle registration information can be checked using the license plate or VIN code (if the car was manufactured after 1989). You can go to the government website provided above for a free REGO check (it will only provide information on whether it is registered), or you can obtain it by purchasing the AUCN Car Report and get more relevant information of the vehicle. NSW: https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/check-vehicle-registration VIC:https://www.vicroads.vic.gov.au/registration/buy-sell-or-transfer-a-vehicle/check-vehicle-registration/vehicle-registration-enquiry WA: https://online.transport.wa.gov.au/webExternal/registration/?1 QLD:https://www.service.transport.qld.gov.au/checkrego/public/Welcome.xhtml?dswid=7015 SA: https://www.ecom.transport.sa.gov.au/et/checkRegistrationExpiryDate.do NT: https://nt.gov.au/driving/rego/check,-renew-or-transfer-your-registration/rego-check ACT: https://rego.act.gov.au/regosoawicket/public/reg/FindRegistrationPage?0 TAS:https://www.transport.tas.gov.au/MRSWebInterface/public/regoLookup/registrationLookup.jsfRead more
Over the 12 month period in 2020 there were 7 people lost their lives caused by traffic accidents in ACT. Driving an unregistered car in ACT means that your compulsory third-party insurance (CTP) will not have any effect, which will lead to serious consequences. Even if you are not driving your own car, as part of the driver’s responsibilities, you have to make sure that the car is registered in ACT. To check the status of your vehicle Rego all you need is your ACT vehicle's licence plate number.
You can check a vehicle's registration details via the Transport Department in ACT. For vehicle registration checks in other states,
click link below to the government website to perform your registration check.