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EOFY Save 30% on Car History Report - Now $25 (Usually $36.95) @ CarHistory.com.au


If you're buying a second hand car, this Car History Report may come in handy. I used them once so have been receiving their emails.

This is an excerpt from their email:

With end of financial year (EOFY) car sales coming soon, it’s a perfect time to drive a bargain on your next used car purchase. But don’t risk buying that car without knowing its reported history.

A comprehensive CarHistory Report + PPSR Certificate can tell you more about a car than just taking it for a test drive. It can answer important questions like:

  • What's the rego status?
  • Is there money owing?
  • Has it ever been reported stolen or written off?
  • How does the sale price compare?
  • Is the odometer reading consistent, or is there evidence pointing to it being rolled back?

Buy with confidence

With a CarHistory report for only $25 (usually $36.95), make your next used car purchase a confident one. Hurry - this offer ends soon!

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  • +14 votes

    Get ppsr for$3 and use common sense for the rest. Save another$22. How can a report tell you that the odometer has been turned back?


      Plus one. I second this money saving opinion.

    • +1 vote

      Always assumed they scraped sales data, so if the car has been sold previously, they'd have the odometer readings. First owner though? Assume that section would be blank. Basically end up with a PPSR report padded out with free info from redbook or the like.

  • +3 votes

    If you could pull data from work done by mechanics then this might be worth it..

  • +2 votes

    As other have said…waste of money:

    What's the rego status? Free here in WA (i presume same in other states) https://online.transport.wa.gov.au/webExternal/registration/
    Is there money owing? $3.40 https://transact.ppsr.gov.au/ppsr/QuickVINSearch
    Has it ever been reported stolen or written off? $3.40 https://transact.ppsr.gov.au/ppsr/QuickVINSearch
    How does the sale price compare? Free www.carsales.com
    Is the odometer reading consistent, or is there evidence pointing to it being rolled back? Worthless….no way this is available or accurate for all vehicles.

    • +1 vote

      Just bought a $3.40 report for the car I'm going to inspect.

      "There is no security interest or other registration kind registered on the PPSR against the serial number in the
      search criteria details"

      This translates to : no money owing?

      Many thanks

  • +3 votes

    https://www.ppsr.gov.au/ as suggested for $3.40

    Plus rego check in the state of your choice for $0.00 (e.g. Vic, Qld, NSW etc)

    Plus a redbook search for $0.00.

    Thanks for playing.


    Thanks everyone for the comments. I was actually contemplating this.


    Sorry, I'm negging this. All the useful information is available through the PPSR for like $4.


    Thanks for the info. This will save me $22.


    Rip off! PPSR is all you need.

  • +1 vote

    This is the opposite of a bargain. More like an anti bargain warning - don’t pay 6 x more than you have to!