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Get a BikeFacts History Report now.
Don't risk buying a used bike with an unknown history, get a BikeFacts History Report to check:
- if there is finance owing
- if the vehicle has ever been stolen
- if the vehicle has ever been written off
- Vehicle Identification
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), make, model, variant and badge.
- Registration DetailsRegistration number (number plate), expiry and state registered.
- Encumbrance CheckUtilises PPSR to determine whether there is finance/money owing on the vehicle.
- Written Off CheckReferences PPSR / NEVDIS to check whether the vehicle has ever been declared a write off.
- Stolen CheckReferences PPSR / NEVDIS to check whether the vehicle has ever been stolen.
Obtaining a BikeFacts History Report is a crucial step before purchasing a used bike. A bike's history report brings to light information that may not have been acknowledged previously by the seller. For example, if a bike had any finance or money owing on it, as the new owner, this could affect your credit history and leave you in debt. In the past for a basic bike history report, Australians had to rely on a REVS or VSR check.
REVS, which stands for the Register of Encumbered Vehicles, is no longer available and has been replaced by the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR).
PPSR allows Australians to check whether the goods they are buying have a security interest over them - such as cars, bikes, boats or machinery - almost anything except real estate. However, when making a significant purchasing decision such as buying a bike, it pays to do more research than less.
Don't risk buying a used vehicle with potentially costly, hidden problems - know your next bike with a BikeFacts History Report.