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Summer is here and its a perfect time to look for a used vehicle.

Over the coming weeks we will be launching more exciting products and offers, so keep your eyes peeled for the best used vehicle check offers on the web. You may have noticed you can now check if the vehicle has a valid MOT (along with its renewal date) and how many days until it expiries, we hope you find it useful.

You may have noticed recently that you can purchase 4 Total Car Checks for £8.99, to help those of you that have your eye on more than one vehicle.

Buying a Multi-Check will give you an extra 22% saving over a single check price, which we think you'll agree, is great value.

We are always looking to make our product bigger and better, so don't be shy, get in touch and let us know what you think, and what you'd like to see in the future from Total Car Check.

Vehicle data checks are powered Total Car Check Ltd and VDS Ltd. Terms and Conditions apply.

Lowest Price Guarantee

We promise we will always be the lowest priced comparable car history check on the web.

A Total Car Check costs just £2.89.

We think we offer the best value for money check on the web, and we hope you agree.

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If you are doing several vehicle checks why not take advantage of our multi-buy option? Its 4 checks for £8.99, which works out to be a 22% saving on the normal price!

Its perfect if you're looking at few different vehicles and the vouchers are valid for 60 days. Available now.

What do we check?

50+ checks are performed

  • Stolen
  • Written off
  • Scrapped
  • Exported
  • Previous Keepers
  • Previous Plates
  • Colour Changes
  • Unscrapped
  • Imported
  • VIC Inspected
View a sample report

If you supply us with the vehicle VIN number and V5C log book date we can perform some further checks to help to continue to protect you against any nasty surprises.

Read our report appendices for information on the manual checks you can perform when inspecting the vehicle.

Who supplies the data?

We use open data wherever we can

Written off and stolen vehicle data (incl. Cat A,B,C & D) comes from the ABI

Vehicle specs data supplied by the DVLA

CO2 emissions data comes from the VCA

Read more about our data sources

The stolen vehicle data check does not include a check of the police stolen vehicle data extract, so does not include vehicles that may be registered stolen with the police but have not yet been registered as stolen by the auto-insurance industry on the motor insurance fraud and theft register database.