Is Your Car Or Vehicle Still Around?
If your car is still on the road (or in a garage or barn somewhere) then the RegArchive Car Report gives you probably the best chance possible of finding out if it is still registered, whether there are any photographs of it, and provides mechanisms to help you to get in touch with the current owner. Even if it's not, we can sometimes find out information about its fate and when it was scrapped. We check DVLA databases, trawl through over 540 newspaper archives, perform further research in our own archive as well as other searches. We'll also establish if the vehicle has been scrapped, stolen, written off, exported or had a colour change. You'll receive a comprehensive report based on what we find - have a look at a sample report, and if you have any questions before you buy your report, please get in touch with us.
The price for the report is only £29.90 £17.00 and is usually delivered within seven business days. The service is suitable for cars and vehicles of any age - whether from the last century or this one. The report often makes an interesting gift for someone who would like to know what has happened to an old vehicle from when they were young. It can provide peace of mind whether the vehicle is still around or has been scrapped.
What Customers Have Said
"Although the archives didn't come up with anything New for my registration number. I am very impressed with the amount of data that has been searched, for a fairly small fee. Thank you for your efforts."
"My 1972 Toledo changed hands only a couple of months ago. Very useful to know."
B. Garrick, Renfrewshire
"Excellent report! I discovered that my old Renault 5 was still in existence - hopefully I'll get to see her at some point!"
Alice Petersen, Cheshire
"Great service from you guys. Sadly my dad's car is no longer around but at least I know now. Thanks."
Roger Allen, Buckinghamshire
"How do you find out all of this stuff - great to know what's going on with my van - thought I'd never find out what happened to it"
G. Johns, London
"Scrapped! At least I know now. Thanks for the report."