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With our Vehicle Check you get

  • Reported stolen
  • Outstanding finance
  • Written off
  • Scrapped
  • Plate changes
  • Number of previous owners
  • Recorded mileage
  • Colour changes
  • Imported
  • Exported
  • Risk of third-party trace
  • Engine number
  • Year of manufacture
  • Date first registered
  • If used before registered
  • Annual road tax
  • CO2 emissions
  • Environmental Report

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Vehicle Check is provided by Experian Ltd (Registered number 653331)

Experian Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

Experian Ltd is registered in England and Wales with registered office at The Sir John Peace Building, Experian Way, NG2 Business Park, Nottingham, NG80 1ZZ.

* Checks carried out on Vehicle Check in 2016. ** Vehicles registered as stolen on the Police National Computer in 2016.

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What is an insurance category?

Category A:

A Cat A vehicle will have suffered extreme damage in the past, probably in an accident. The insurance company that handled the claim decided the vehicle could not be repaired.

Cat A means the vehicle had no salvageable parts, so most Cat A vehicles are destroyed. However, very occasionally a Cat A vehicle may be returned to its owner, who may subsequently repair it.

Category B:

A Cat B vehicle will have suffered serious damage in the past, probably in an accident. The insurance company that handled the claim decided the vehicle could not be repaired.

Most Cat B vehicles are destroyed once any usable parts have been removed. However, very occasionally a Cat B vehicle may be returned to its owner, who may subsequently repair it.

Category C:

A Cat C vehicle will have suffered significant damage in the past, probably in an accident. The insurance company that handled the claim decided that repairing the vehicle would have cost more than replacing it.

Insurers often sell Cat C vehicles on for salvage. Many are safely repaired and returned to the road.

Category D:

A Cat D vehicle will have suffered damage in the past, probably in an accident. The insurance company that handled the claim decided that repairing the vehicle would have cost more than replacing it.

Insurers often sell Cat D vehicles on for salvage. Many are safely repaired and returned to the road.


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