33 months ago
When checking a car for money owing we cannot always provide a definitive answer; sometimes further (human) analysis is required. Here are the common scenarios:
In this situation we’ve matched a registered security to one or more of the following key vehicle identifiers:
We’ve been unable to match against any of the above vehicle identifiers
We’ve matched against non-key vehicle identifiers e.g. past plate, make, model.
The most common scenario is a past plate match. What often happens is people sell a vehicle with a personalised plate, removing the security, then purchase a new vehicle with a security and move the plate to the new vehicle. While it’s highly unlikely the vehicle you are checking has a security (bearing in mind the VIN, chassis & current plate don’t match) we recommend reviewing the security details given in the report to see if there are any other commonalities.