Sample Report

Vehicle History Sample Report

Navigating through a Vehicle History Report can be overwhelming with its various sections and technical terms. Here’s a simple guide to help you understand each part of the report for a Suzuki GSX-R600 with the VIN JS1GN7BA622104802, based on the provided sample.

Vehicle Specifications:
This section decodes the information embedded in the VIN and provides essential details about the vehicle. For instance:

Make and Model: Identifies the manufacturer (Suzuki) and model (GSX-R600) of the vehicle.
Year: The production year of the vehicle (2002).
Engine: Provides the engine size (600CC), which can be a factor in performance and insurance costs.
Made In: Indicates the country where the vehicle was manufactured (Japan).
If "No data" is listed, like for 'Trim' or 'Fuel Type', this indicates that the information is not available in the database or was not provided.

Title Records:
These records show the history of the vehicle's ownership as recorded by various state DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) offices.

Date: When the title record was reported.
State: Which state's DMV reported the record.
Meter Reading: The odometer reading at the time of the title record. "M" stands for miles.
Current: Indicates if the title record is the most recent. "1" denotes the current record.
For our Suzuki GSX-R600, you can see the progression of mileage over the years, from 3 miles in 2002 to 9,000 miles by 2008.

Junk / Salvage / Insurance Records:
These entries reveal if the vehicle has been labeled as junk or salvage, or has had any insurance loss claims. "No J/S/I records found" means there are no such negative records for the vehicle, which is a good sign for potential buyers.

Theft Records:
This section reports if the vehicle has been stolen or recovered after theft. "No Theft records found" implies the Suzuki GSX-R600 has not been reported stolen, which reassures the potential buyer of its legal status.

Lien / Impound / Export Records:
A lien indicates a legal claim over the vehicle due to unpaid debts. Impound records would show if the vehicle has been held by authorities. Export records show if the vehicle has been sent out of the country. "No Lien records found" suggests there are no such claims, impounds, or known exports—another positive indicator for buyers.

Accident Records:
This section would indicate any reported accidents the vehicle has been involved in. "No Accident records found!" signifies that there are no reported accidents for this vehicle, which is a positive indicator of its history.

Salvage Auction Records:
If the vehicle had been deemed a total loss by an insurance company and sold in a salvage auction, it would appear here. The statement "No Salvage records found!" means the Suzuki GSX-R600 has never been in such a situation.

Sale Records:
This portion of the report would show any record of the vehicle being sold. For our example, "No Sale records found!" indicates there are no records of sale available in the database, which may simply mean that such transactions were not reported.

Problem Checks:
Checks for potential problems related to the vehicle's title are summarized here. The phrase "Great, No Check records found!" indicates that there are no known issues with the title.