Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 30, 2014
CarHistoryRecord.com has been launched as a website to help consumers learn more about used cars before they decide to buy, the company said yesterday.
“When the average consumer goes shopping for a used car, they are likely to find a lot of sharks in the water,” A CarHistoryRecord.com spokesman said. “These sharks will try to take advantage of them because they think they have more information than the consumer. Our goal is to level the playing field. We'll provide information about the car so that anyone can spot a ripoff from a mile away, and avoid it. We believe this will be a very popular service.”
Consumers can go to CarHistoryRecord.com, type in a VIN, pay a small fee, and then find out who owns the car, its approximate value, if it has been reported stolen, the estimated mileage, and if it has been in a major accident, he said.
“We can even let customers know if it has title branding problems or has been the subject of flood damage or declared salvage,” he said. “When someone has this information at their fingertips, it becomes much, much harder to get ripped off.”
The CarHistoryRecord.com search system is based on a giant database of public used car records, he said.
“This information is legally available to the public, but it can be difficult and time consuming for the public to access it on their own,” he said. “What we do is automate the process so that the consumer saves a great deal of time and effort.”
CarHistoryRecord.com, an online source for public records, takes pride in providing the most comprehensive vehicle history reports in North America. With hundreds of users daily, motor vehicle report availability and customer service are top priorities for CarHistoryRecord.com. Visit CarHistoryRecord.com today to chat with a live representative, call 1-877-313-5802, or email Manager(at)CarHistoryRecord(dot)com with any questions or concerns.