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CARFAX®Vehicle History Reports contain important information so you can be confident you’re making the right decision about a used car. No more regrets after buying a car with a troubled past. Instead, you can rest assured that you are purchasing a vehicle that will be dependable for years to come.
Don’t take a chance and buy without it! Contact us for your CARFAX®Vehicle History Report.
What Is On A CARFAX Vehicle History Report?
A Beach Municipal FCU CARFAX® Report Includes:
- Accident and damage history, including severity when reported.
- Service history, detailing if the vehicle has undergone routine, periodic or scheduled maintenance.
- Ownership details, including when and where has the vehicle been sold.
- Odometer rollback notifications.
- Open manufacturer recalls.
- Title history, including whether it's a salvage title and where the vehicle has been titled in the past.
- And more!
Other Important CARFAX Details
- CARFAX gets information from more than 139,000 state vehicle bureaus, automotive auctions, insurance companies, vehicle repair and service businesses, rental agencies, inspection agencies, and more.1
- The CARFAX Buyback Guarantee protects consumers from unknowingly buying a vehicle with a title problem. If you find that a title problem was reported by a DMV and not included in a CARFAX report, CARFAX may buy the car back from you.2
- A "clean" report means CARFAX hasn't found any significant concerns. The vehicle may have issues that are not mentioned in the report because they were not fixed or reported.
CARFAX® Vehicle History Reports are available for vehicles manufactured beginning with the 1981 model year when the 17-character VIN was standardized. They report primarily on used cars and light trucks, though some information for other vehicle types may be available due to their vast database — the world's largest vehicle history database containing billions of records from both domestic and international sources.
What would my auto payments be?
Many factors go into determining the final loan amount for the purchase of a new or used vehicle. These factors include any manufacturer's rebate, the trade-in value of your old vehicle less any outstanding balance, your down payment, etc. Once the loan amount is determined the interest rate and the term of the loan will be used to estimate your vehicle payment.
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