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Hi,
I recently became fortunate enough to call Australia my new home and am in the process of buying my first used car down under. I was advised by some of my new friends to do a REVscheck. Coming from Europe, I don’t really know what this entails. Are there any disadvantages to doing a REVscheck and what does it actually check for besides accidents? Which kind of information would I need to enter in order to do this. What if the owner of the car tries to keep me from performing such a check?
Sorry lots of stupid questions, but would appreciate some brief advice from locals here.
 

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If you are purchasing through a dealer it will not be necessary, even through Carsales (website) you can purchase a ‘car report’ that will cover everything you need.

REVS check will inform your if there is a mortgage on the car etc. - great peace of mind if you are purchasing off a random/stranger.

Have you found a car you are interested in yet?
 
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