Turn your smartphone into the car check expert with this new app

Tadas Švenčionis

Tadas Švenčionis

Are you looking for a used car, but are afraid to buy a pig in the poke? Do you want to know your own vehicle better? Have another reason to check the history of any car?

Check your VIN

Avoid costly problems by checking vehicle history. Get a report instantly.

One more powerful and easy-to-use carVertical tool is already at your fingertips. Instantly uncover the vehicle’s past & specs via the free VIN decoder mobile app CAR HISTORY CHECK.

Find the VIN on the car’s body or in its documents. Enter the discovered code on your mobile device, and the app will reveal the car’s technical details, historical facts, and original equipment list.

Moreover, it will give you a path to spot mileage rollbacks, hidden damage, theft records, historical photos, and much more.

Among other essentials, you’ll learn about common model bugs, upcoming maintenance details, and more information that will definitely be useful for the car owner.

Available on Android and iOS devices, CAR HISTORY CHECK is ready to equip you with knowledge before you take further actions. For example, the app can disclose some crucial facts that a seller might wish to hide from you, for example, serious car accidents or odometer fraud. This information allows you to make a more confident decision whether to purchase the vehicle or gives more arguments to haggle with the seller.

From now own, never purchase a car without checking its history.

Download the CAR HISTORY CHECK app from the Google Play store or the App Store now for free!

By the way, Android users are also able to use free VIN decoders, which were specially designed for the individual car brands: BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Volkswagen, and Ford.

You can check individual car brands mentioned above on carVertical. Click here to learn more!

Tadas Švenčionis

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Tadas Švenčionis

Tadas is the Editor in Chief of the carVertical Blog. A fan of all things automotive and tech, he makes a point of making complex topics simple and engaging – after all, what good is a story no one understands? Tadas spends his free days reading, gaming, and bringing music no one’s asked for to Vilnius, Lithuania.