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  • MyCarCheck


    My Car Check is a British vehicle history checking company owned by CDL Vehicle Information Services. My Car Check works with the police, the National Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (NAVCIS), the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA), the Association of British Insurers (ABI), the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB), the Finance and Leasing Association (FLA), the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA) and the National Association of Motor Auctions (NAMA), among others, to confirm if a vehicle has ever been clocked, scrapped, stolen or written-off, is still subject to a finance arrangement, or has had a registration plate or colour change. My Car Check holds data on all types of vehicles registered in the UK, including cars, vans and motorcycles. The data is sourced from organisations including the DVLA, the Police, the Association of British Insurers, plus members of the Finance and Leasing Association and CCTA It has provided advice on a wide range of consumer motoring issues including used car scams, vehicle crime, motor finance, new legislation, the best times to buy and specific makes and models.

  • Motor vehicle registration


    Motor vehicle registration is the registration of a motor vehicle with a government authority, either compulsory or otherwise. The purpose of motor vehicle registration is to establish a link between a vehicle and an owner or user of the vehicle. This link might be used for taxation or crime detection purposes. While almost all motor vehicles are uniquely identified by a vehicle identification number, only registered vehicles display a vehicle registration plate and carry a vehicle registration certificate. Motor vehicle registration is different from motor vehicle licensing and roadworthiness certification. Motor vehicles may also be registered with property owners or managers to gain benefits. For example, organisations with parking facilities may require registration of a vehicle with them to allow authorised users to park there.

  • HPI Check


    HPI Check is a vehicle history check service provided exclusively by HPI in the UK. HPI pioneered the vehicle history check in 1938. The HPI Check produces a report that provides information about a vehicle's history, mainly if it has outstanding finance, or if it is written off, stolen or clocked, among other things. The term "HPI Check" is a term widely used to describe an actual vehicle history check throughout the motoring industry in the UK. However, "HPI Check" is a registered trade name of HPI. An HPI Check is usually performed just before purchasing a used car from a dealer or a private buyer to discover whether the vehicle has a hidden history. The check can reveal vital alerts that can help protect used car buyers from fraudsters. An HPI Check does not only check the history of used cars but can be used to check any vehicle that is registered with the DVLA including; vans, motorbikes, quad bikes and motor homes. The HPI Check history report data comes from the DVLA, the National Mileage Register, Police records, insurance companies, finance houses and industry bodies. The HPI Check Report is available to both consumers and dealers all over the UK.

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