We set new standards for transparency and data safety thanks to blockchain, which prevents fraud by recording information across multiple databases.
The first ever report to also feature data from connected vehicles. Get real-time data directly from the car!
We use artificial intelligence to generate insights and identify inconsistencies across databases. Tests show that final reports are 99% accurate.
We receive daily updates from registries and databases to ensure accuracy.
carVertical is about transparency. Before starting the business, we all had crazy stories to share: One of the co-founders bought his Discovery with a clocked odometer, and another was found the frame of his R8 cracked – but only after he bought it. We are here to make sure this does not happen to you.
VIN is an abbreviation for Vehicle Identification Number – a unique set of 17 characters that car manufacturers assign individually to every single vehicle. You can find VIN on various parts of the vehicle or in the registration documents.
Usually just a few minutes. The service is available 24/7 and reports are being generated automatically.
We will provide you with information necessary to determine the actual condition of the vehicle: mileage, damage records, countries of previous registrations, records from databases of stolen vehicles and so much more. The exact list of information is subject to availability.
Credit cards, PayPal or even cV tokens from your crypto wallet – all are accepted.
carVertical is the pioneer of connected reports™. We integrate multiple advanced information sets with data coming straight from connected cars. It means more accuracy and more up-to-date information for you. Moreover, carVertical is a blockchain company, which makes it impossible to manipulate the data.
Unfortunately not. We give you hints to identify issues, but the report is not a legally binding document. Our advice: order carVertical connected report™ before actually signing the car purchase agreement. Save time and money.
We employ various sources, including state registries, insurance companies, auto repair shops, connected vehicle fleets and many more.
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