AUTOCHECK IS A USEFUL TOOL. HOWEVER, MANY PEOPLE DON'T REALIZE THAT AUTOCHECK HAS NEVER INSPECTED A SINGLE VEHICLE THAT THEY PROVIDE A REPORT ON. ALSO, PLEASE NOTE THAT AN AUTOCHECK REPORT CAN CHANGE AFTER YOUR DATE OF PURCHASE. SO, A DECISION BASED SOLELY OFF OF AN AUTOCHECK REPORT IS NOT A GOOD IDEA. ALWAYS JUDGE THE VEHICLE OF INTEREST ON ITS CURRENT CONDITION, NOT PAST HISTORY.
ALWAYS FEEL FREE TO GET THE VEHICLE OF CHOICE CHECKED BY YOUR MECHANIC PRIOR TO PURCHASE.
AutoCheck receives its accident data from government sources and independent agencies. Please note that AutoCheck has never physically inspected any vehicle and that not all accidents / issues are reported to AutoCheck. It is always best to get the vehicle of your choice checked by someone you trust prior to purchase.
These events can indicate serious past damage or other significant problems. Check the Vehicle Use and Event Check for reported accidents that can affect vehicle safety and value. Again, it is always best to get the vehicle of your choice checked by someone you trust.
This includes reported vehicle uses such as rental or lease, and events such as whether the vehicle has been reported to have had a loan/lien or a duplicate title issued. Other events show if the vehicle has a reported accident and how many calculated accidents or if it has been reported stolen or repossessed.
AutoCheck analyzes mileage data to help identify potential:
> Rollbacks - odometer tampering to conceal a car's true mileage (i.e. Fraud or illegal activity)
> Rollovers - after reaching the maximum reading, the odometer restarts from zero (i.e. Mechanical or equipment limitation)
> Inconsistencies - conflicting mileage data means AutoCheck cannot determine if it's a potential rollback (i.e. Potential human error)
Browse through historical events for a vehicle listed in chronological order according to the information provided to AutoCheck. Remember to always judge the state of the car in its current condition and please feel free to get your vehicle of choice checked by someone you trust prior to purchase for additional peace of mind.
All levels of accidents, from minor to severe, can cause structural damage to a vehicle (i.e., damage to the frame or unibody). *
Off Lease Only discloses "Previous Accident" on any vehicle where Severe Damage or an Airbag deployed was reported to AutoCheck or Carfax as well as Any Unibody or Structural announced car at auction regardless of if it has been reported to AutoCheck or Carfax. All of the cars that we sell qualify for the Autocheck Buyback Protection & Carfax Buyback Guarantee unless otherwise noted.
* Auction announcements of structural damage are NOT a title brand and all cars qualify for Auto Check buyback protection. Auction announcements are in the form of words such as Airbag/ Unibody/ Frame/ Structural based on NAAA Auction Arbitration Rules. This simply means that the car has been in a previous accident and has sustained damage at one time. There is no distinction between a minor dent or a major accident when it comes to the use of these words. Due to Unibody construction, any vehicle that sustains any damage can be considered, even if the accident is as minor as an 1/8 inch-1 inch dent to the body or structure of the vehicle, or something much more serious.
FREE TRUE 360 INSPECTION REPORTS PROVIDED ON ANY CAR WE DISCLOSE PREVIOUS ACCIDENT.
ALL THE CARS WE SELL ARE FREE OF FLOOD, SALVAGE OR REBUILT HISTORY.
All cars qualify for the AutoCheck Buyback Guarantee, unless otherwise noted.
** Please understand that an AutoCheck Report is subject to change at any time without notice. Feel free to have the vehicle of choice inspected by someone you trust if uncertain. AutoCheck is a third party vehicle history reporting company, not affiliated with Off Lease Only, Inc. Off Lease Only does not endorse AutoCheck, and disclaims any and all liability for any damage, economic or otherwise, which may result from the use or reliance on the information contained in the AutoCheck Reports.