CarHistory delivers an instant, easy-to-read vehicle report, and it's just $26.50* for NRMA Members (RRP $36.95). When you've found the one, a car loan from the NRMA can help you into that new car faster.
What you get in a CarHistory report from the NRMA
Frequently asked questions
What is a CarHistory Report?
A CarHistory Report includes a PPSR Certificate and depending on the information returned, the report can provide you with:
• A PPSR Certificate - formerly REVS (which indicates if there is existing finance on the vehicle)
• If the vehicle has suffered damage resulting in a written-off status, e.g. hail, fire, accident, flood
• If the vehicle’s odometer reading is consistent with what has previously been reported, or if it has potentially been wound back (based on the reading you provide)
• If the car has previously been reported as written off or stolen
• Previous sale listings
• Vehicle safety and emission ratings
• What the car is expected to be worth in the current market
How long does it take to get a report?
When you order a vehicle report, CarHistory’s systems immediately access several national databases to compile the report. This usually takes less than 30 seconds, however it can take up to 2 minutes.
Why should I get a CarHistory Report?
Things you should know
*Terms and conditions apply. 28% discount is calculated off the current RRP price for the same or similar report. 20% is the maximum discount available and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Offer, pricing, RRPs and discounts current as at 9 November 2020 and are subject to change or end at any time. Offer available for valid NRMA Members only.
^Compared with reported odometer readings and sale/price listings for similar vehicles.
†When a vehicle is written off or stolen, there may be a delay in this information being available for inclusion in the report. This is because the data provided is sourced from the NEVDIS database which is managed by the Road Transport Authority in each state in conjunction with AustRoads. There are sometimes delays in this information being reported into the NEVDIS database by the relevant Road Transport Authority. The data is provided as it is displayed in the NEVDIS database at the time the report is generated. For vehicles manufactured prior to 1989, a stolen check and written off check is not available.