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Drivers Play it Safe Side With Vehicle Title History Checks


Anyone who has just purchased a used car, whether it was from a private party seller or licensed dealer, should strongly consider performing a vehicle title history check according to an article recently published on

There are numerous financial and safety risks that go with not performing an extensive vehicle title history check. “The anticipation of a new set of wheels matched with that need for instant gratification often lead to a spur of the moment purchase,” states the article titled, ‘Search Vehicle Title History Before Buying.’ “However, that is not often the smartest choice since you could be getting yourself into a whole lot of trouble. Aside from test driving the vehicle yourself, you should also obtain a vehicle title history report before purchasing the car.”

Fortunately, performing a vehicle title history check is a simple process that requires running the vehicle identification number of any car manufactured after 1981 through any of the numerous online Web sites designed to accommodate a vehicle title history check. The Web sites include but are not limited to,,, and

A vehicle title history check will turn up any past mechanical problems that the car encountered, past fire damage, storm damage, odometer fraud, transfers of ownership, mileage report, and whether or not the vehicle has ever been stolen. This information can be ignored by sellers in what is commonly referred to as “car title fraud.”

Visit today to learn more about the importance of performing a vehicle title history check before buying a used car as well as tips on how to prevent car title fraud.

Staff contribution: Kyle Fitzsimmons


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