Buying a car, bike, truck, trailer, or caravan? Our REVS checks get the latest information from the national PPSR & NEVDIS databases. We provide official PPSR certificates with registration details, finance check, stolen vehicle check & write-off history. We also provide an on-screen summary, so you can get the information you need in seconds. Simply enter your VIN or registration number and get your REVS check emailed instantly.
Simply enter the VIN or Rego (number plate) and then click Search. You may also need to select the vehicle's state if prompted.
Enter the email address you'd like the PPSR certificate sent to. Choose to pay with either credit card or PayPal and then click Buy Now.
After your payment is processed you will get a summary of your REVS check. A copy of the PPSR certificate will also be emailed instantly.
We offer the cheapest available REVS checks for searches with either VIN or registration number. Don't pay more than you need to.
If you buy a used vehicle with finance still owing on it, you are responsible for that debt. We will provide you with details of encumbrances, loans, money owing etc.
Many vehicles are re-sold after being written-off. We will provide you with complete write-off history. e.g. collision, flood, hail, fire etc.
There are over 150 vehicles stolen every day in Australia. We search the national stolen vehicle register to help you avoid vehicles that have been reported stolen.
The Takata airbag recall affects one in every four Australian vehicles. Our REVS checks will tell you if your vehicle is on the national recall list.
Get an accurate description of the vehicle. e.g. make, model, colour, year, rego number, rego expiry, compliance date, engine number etc.
If a vehicle has money owing on it and you are waiting for it to be paid off before buying it, you can check for finance changes as often as you like for 14 days.
Our dedicated Australian-based support team is ready to answer any questions you might have about REVS checks. We ask that you please visit our REVS Check FAQs page first, as there might be an answer already waiting for you.