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AutoFax - vehicle history reports (VIN check) for used cars

Instant vehicle history reports (CarFax) for just $9

Instant vehicle history reports (CarFax) for just $9

AutoFax - vehicle history reports (VIN check) for used cars

by Sai Praneeth
AutoFax - vehicle history reports (VIN check) for used cars
AutoFax - vehicle history reports (VIN check) for used cars

What is it about?

Instant vehicle history reports (CarFax) for just $9.95.

AutoFax - vehicle history reports (VIN check) for used cars

App Details

Version
1.51
Rating
(9)
Size
11Mb
Genre
Lifestyle Shopping
Last updated
July 28, 2016
Release date
February 23, 2016
More info

AutoFax is FREE but there are more add-ons

  • $8.99

    Vehicle history report

App Store Description

Instant vehicle history reports (CarFax) for just $9.95.

AutoFax provides peace of mind when purchasing used cars by showing detailed information (title, past usage, odometer records and accident history). Your vehicle records are saved to your device for offline use and can be shared via email or any other sharing service on your device.

Just enter a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) and a push notification will alert you when your vehicle report is available (typically within 2 minutes). Our reports are inexpensive but highly accurate used car records (as detailed as CarFax or Experian AutoCheck).

Refer your friends and family to the low cost vehicle history reports from AutoFax to earn free AutoFax reports. For every person you refer, you will get one vehicle history report free after your referral makes their first purchase.

What information is included in our reports?
- Number of owners and types of uses (personal, rental, etc)
- If a vehicle is junked, salvaged, rebuilt, or flooded, etc.
- Any accident reports along with dates.
- Odometer reading as of the titling dates and any rollbacks.
- Info from salvage yards and insurance company vehicle totals.
- Dates that the titles were issued.

You need a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) - a serial number that uniquely identifies a car to get vehicle history reports.

Ask seller for a VIN from any of these documents
+ Insurance Declarations Page
+ Insurance ID Card
+ Vehicle Registration
+ Vehicle Title

Or, get your Vehicle’s VIN
+ On the dashboard, just below the windshield (driver's side)
+ On the driver's side doorpost (where the door latches)
+ On the driver's side door (below the latch mechanism)

If you use KBB, Edmunds, AutoTrader, Cars.com or Craigslist for your car research you need AutoFax to compliment them and help with your used car search.