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Question: My car has been acting extremely funny. Do auto shops do free auto diagnostics tests?
Answer: Yes, at any Autozone
Question: My car has a large amount of miles, and is starting to make some weird noises. Where is a good place for me to go and get the auto diagnostics done on my car?
Answer: I would look for an auto repair center in your area with certified mechanics, a good rating with the BBB and good reviews from customers. If you have a Firestone auto care center in your area that is one good choice, otherwise check with your family, friends and co-workers to see if they have any recommendations or check with your local chamber of commerce. AAA will also give you recommendations or you can go online to the BBB site or servicemagic.com.
Answer: If you have a trusted local mechanic, then this would be a good place to take your car to have a diagnostic test run on it. If you prefer, you can try a national chain repair shop, such as Tire Kingdom, and they will be able to help you as well.
Question: I want to buy a used car but don't want to have trouble with it. Where can I get a good car history report?
Answer: I've used carfax before and they're pretty efficient with their process of getting you the information that you need. My experience with them was fast and efficient and it saved me the trouble of buying a car with bad history.
Question: The one question you should be asking any used car dealer is.. "Where is the car history report"?
Answer: Most used car dealers should have the vehicle history report and should provide you with it before you decide to buy the car. However, you can also purchase a vehicle history report.
Question: I need a car history report. Which website can offer me this service for free?
Answer: You can get a free car history report from Car Max and Kelly's Blue Book. If you visit the car dealer where you purchased the vehicle, they can also give you a free car history report.
Question: Used car dealers always recommend researching a car's history. Where do I access a vehicle history report?
Answer: A vehicle history report can be accessed via the web at the Carfax website. On the Carfax Website, if will give you detailed information on the history of the vehicle from a nationwide database.
Question: Recently, I heard that anyone can request a vehicle history report when buying a used car. Where can I go online to get a report on a car I wish to buy?
Answer: Go to the cars company website and look at what people are talking about. They should say some stuff about the car you want. Or u could ask somebody you know with that car.
Question: I want a vin history report. What site can I visit to enter information and get this type of report?
Answer: I have gone to Carfax to look up car history before I purchase, BUT, it often costs. The best is if you find a dealership that offers "free Carfax Reports". Carfax reports are better than all the free reports I have found online, but if you really want the limited information these free reports offer, and don't want to pay anything, the best I located was at www.vehiclehistory.com (it was powerful, but VERY slow, even though my computer is fast). If you want it free, though, this is the site to use.
Question: After searching for automobiles, I understand the importance of a thorough vehicle history report. Are there any additional resources for accessing these reports?
Answer: The best place to go is the DMV. Not only do they have files on record, but they are also going to tell you where you can go online to find more information.
Question: I found a car I really love but it has a few dings on it. how would I go about getting a car history report? I want to know about any wrecks.
Answer: There are a few companies that provide car history reports online. Carfax is one of the more popular companies that provide this service. Typically a report will cost you about $5-10, and you will need the VIN from the car.