I was wondering if someone who has the unlimited carfax could run the following cars for me and tell me if they're lemons or they problems?
please and thank you so much please respond asap plz
As for Carfax, check the small print. I WOULD NOT use Carfax again, I WILL NOT recommend them to anyone. Take the car to a mechanic to get checked out, go to the gov't to get a lien check. As far as I'm concerned, Carfax is nothing but a scam. Sure, they'll tell you your car is fine, but the fine print releases them of any responsibility, so why bother? They won't guarantee what they say, what a rip-off!
- State DMVs. Very slow to respond. They only have details on registrations and brands - when a car has major damage a brand is added. Also, they will only have data for one state - if the car has moved they can't help you. Fees vary by state.
- The best source is Carfax. They collect data from over 20000 sources - and still they don't have everything. However, it's the most comprehensive source.
For free - since it costs the DMVs and Carfax - nobody provides it for free.
When dealers buy Carfax reports they pay a price that allows them to redistribute the report - so ask the dealer. You'll find thousands for free on Cars and AutoTrader and most dealers will provide a Carfax report on any car on their lot.
The consumer unlimited account specifically states reports can not be distributed/shared as you requested.
Regarding the answer above - Carfax lists RIGHT on EACH report that they DO NOT HAVE ALL ACCIDENTS. I think they say it 5 times on EACH report. The recommend an inspection in addition to a Carfax Report - a Carfax report is not the only thing to do.
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