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When you see a used UK car or motorbike for sale and are interested enough to arrange a viewing, you are not alone when you use Vehicle Check Free. Before you even go to view the vehicle, you can inspect the previous history simply by entering the registration number into our vehicle identity check number plate adjacent.

Once submitted, you will receive an instant online car identity verification, confirming the details of registration. This is the information held by the Diver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, the department that retains all vehicle data on all cars, motor bikes and commercial vehicles throughout the United Kingdom.

Once you have identified the vehicle and are satisfied the details match, you can then choose the level of research you wish to do.

This can be a basic check or a full check. A full check will include a finance investigation to ensure there is no third party interest, a major factor in avoiding future loss of ownership.

 

Free HPI car checks are essential to anyone considering purchasing a car or any other vehicle and with vehiclecheckfree.com you are guaranteed instant information from DVLA sources on any car, van, motorcycle or any other type of vehicle registered with DVLA. You are able to check online in an instant the information held by the Driver And Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) and it is free. This vehicle check will display car identity data which you can utilise to identify the vehicle with a visual check and confirm online.


Checking vehicle history is a cheap, simple action that could save you considerable heartache and future loss. Simply enter any registration number below and we will not only provide you with a free vehicle identity check, but can check all known data.

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If a vehicle is written off then the insurance company will tell the DVLA and a Vehicle Identity Check marker will be added to that particular vehicles records. The VIC test compares the details DVLA has about the car against the car itself. It takes place at a VOSA (Vehicle and Operator Services Agency) To see all the details on VIC test and VOSA please visit the DVLA website: DVLA link.

Information you can get
You can find out various things about the vehicle, including:
 when its current tax disc is due to expire
 the date a statutory off road notification (SORN) expires
 the date it was first registered
 colour
 engine size
 year of manufacture
 CO2 emissions
 current vehicle tax rate

Vehicle Identity Checks (VIC)

The VIC test compares the details DVLA has about the car against the car itself. It takes place at a VOSA (Vehicle and Operator Services Agency)

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