Don't become the unwitting buyer of a stolen vehicle.
Get your car history report now. Enter your VIN or rego, and we'll send your report right over.
All you'll need to get the full history of the vehicle is the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) or the Rego (Registration) number. Then, you'll have access to a detailed report that ensures you can make the best decision for yourself when buying a used car in any state.
Make your next big buying decision an informed one!
Use our platform to instantly access a car history report on any used vehicle registered in Australia so you know exactly what you may be buying.
Make sure the history of the car is something you're comfortable with so you can avoid stress and get value for money.
Your REVS Check Report will include the following information:
Make this your last stop for a complete car history report!
You can rest assured that the information is as accurate as possible at the time of the REVs check request based on the trusted resources we use.
When you submit a used car check, it pulls data from various official sources between the government and the industry.
What you can expect when you run your car history check with us:
We provide a fast and secure service that puts you, our customers, first. REVs Checks is a 100% independently owned platform. This means it's our job to ensure you get the most accurate and up-to-date information possible on any used car across Australia. We do this by offering instant REVS checks with detailed, easy-to-read car history reports.
We'll help you ensure the used car doesn't have a hidden history with 24/7 access to generate your report. Once the official databases are available, you can run your vehicle history report check.
If you're looking for a hassle-free way to get a finance check on a car or to check if a car is stolen, then you're in the right place. We make getting the finance owing and other important car history details simple.
You can ensure that the car is road-worthy. You'll be able to check that there weren't any recorded write-offs or damage issues that could lead to mechanical problems in the near future. You can quickly determine if the used car is worth it, or you're being sold a lemon or stolen vehicle.
The peace of mind you'll find knowing the full car history is second to none. It is a major purchase. You have to verify that your money will be well spent. So, check if the car is stolen. Get a vehicle finance check. Run your revs check now before it's too late.
Get your car history report with the official PPSR certificate in 3 simple steps
Enter the VIN or rego number. We'll verify the number against the NEVDIS and PPSR databases.
Enter your payment details. We accept all major credit cards, and your payments are processed securely.
Once submitted, the REVS car check report will be sent almost instantly to your email address and phone.
Instantly verify if the vehicle has any finance owing or check if a car is stolen, written-off, and more. Then, you can make a more informed decision about how you spend your money. Plus, you'll enjoy the peace of mind of knowing that you have real-time data on any vehicle you're interested in with a used car check.
Comprehensive vehicle history, specifications, and so much more.
Our REVS Check report has several critical fields of data on almost all used vehicles in Australia. We pull reports for vehicles in any state, including QLD, WA, and NSW. Our API allows you to run a REVS Check on all types of vehicles in Australia, including cars, trucks, and motorcycles. Here's what you'll get with each REVS car check.
Review the PPSR database's outstanding finance info. Buying a used car is a major financial commitment. Make sure it's worth it by checking if it has finance owing or another loan by the current owner.
Check statutory and repairable write-offs on the vehicle and if the car was re-registered where necessary with the NEVDIS database. The codes indicate the type, location, and severity of the damage.
Verify the vehicle and or plate isn't stolen through information from the police and industry database. It is trusted data pulled directly from government sources on the date reported and reference info.
You can confirm that the VIN matches the used car you're looking at. This information includes vehicle make, model, colour, year, engine number & specs, insurance, registration expiry date, and more.
The certificate carries current data as per the official PPSR database which also gets information from local financial institutions and other lending agencies that could place a lien on the vehicle.
Once a vehicle is registered with the local road authority in a state, you can get the full registration details online. See the current status (registered, unregistered, suspended) and the expiry date.
Get access to data on any car registered in Australia. It takes less than a minute to do all you need to do for a used car check and get your instant car history report.
Outstanding finance checks on cars are based on the PPSR database. This database is an Australian national register of security interest in personal property, that is, debt owing on and secured by personal items like a car. It replaced the state-based registers (REVS) and the ASIC Register of Company Charges.
Enter the vehicle identification number (VIN) or registration plate number to get started. Click Search or Run Check. We'll verify the number against the PPSR database, then pull the finance owing information for you.
It's not free as the PPSR database attracts a fee to use.
You can use the VIN or registration plate number (Rego number) to look up the specs and history of any used vehicle registered in Australia.
Simply submit a rego or VIN check using the registration number or the vehicle identification number. You'll then get a detailed report outlining the full history to make sure there isn't any unexpected surprise waiting for you.
If you're buying a used car in Australia, you should check if the seller had a registered security interest or other issues including a car write-off check (for damages like hail, water/storm, etc.). Once you're planning to buy a second-hand vehicle, you should get a car history report before you commit to the sale or hand over any funds.
The VIN is a 17-character alphanumeric code. It is unique to each vehicle and therefore is its identifier. With this code, the official government and business resources can track vehicle warranties, recalls, insurance claims, registrations, etc.
It also means you can access certain information tied to specific used vehicles when you're trying to decide if you should buy it.
The VIN is located in several areas on the vehicle, including:
We pull data from all state car databases via the National Exchange of Vehicle and Driver Information System (NEVDIS). These include the authorised organizations for REVS checks for NSW, WA, QLD, and others. We also get information from the PPSR register which is a combination of state REVS registers and the ASIC register.
Together, these various databases allow us to provide you with information on: