of all vehicles have write-off records


of vehicles have potential risks when trading


of vehicles still have not paid off loans when they are sold


of vehicles have a risk of recall

Why you need to do NSW rego check?

Over the 12 month period ending June 2020 there were 9,920 serious injuries (all hospitalisations) caused by traffic accidents in NSW. The serious injury rate for the 12 months ending June 2020 was 122.0 per 100,000 population. Driving an unregistered car in NSW 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 NSW.

NSW rego check includes:

License plate number
Place of Registration
Registration Expiration Date
Brand, Make, etc
PPSR Report
Stolen Status
Finance Check
Registration Check
Odometer Check
Recall Check
Average Mileage Information
VIN Check
Written-off Check

Official Website Link

Check a vehicle registration

You will get all the historical information about the car from here.