It is always a good thing to conduct a Car History Report search every time you want to an expensive or a valuable second hand good. Most people usually have lots of questions when it comes to these and below are some of the common FAQ you may find useful:
You can use the PPSR to pull an entire car history of the car you are interested in purchasing. For you to do this, you will need the name of the state where the car is registered as well as the registration number.
For you to register security interests in the Car History Report, you will need a Secured Party Group Number. Additionally, you will need the secured party details, collateral details and grantor details where applicable.
There are a number of ways you can use to conduct searches on the Car History Report. For instance, you can use a serial number of the car, such as the Vehicle Identification Number or by a grantor using an Australian Company Number, ACN.
You can find the Vehicle Identification Number on the vehicle itself or on the posts where the doors latch when they are closed.
No, you don’t need any permission from your customer before you conduct a search on the Car History Report. However, you will need to have a reasonable ground for you to do the search and reasonable grounds are normally assessed based on the kind of relationship between you and the customer. For instance, you may have reasonable grounds when you offer a credit account, or you sell goods on credit terms.
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