VIN CHECK ON DUBAI CARS
EXCLUSIVELY FOR CARS REGISTERED IN THE EMIRATE OF DUBAI
Elevate your car-buying confidence with our Dubai Vehicle History VIN check. Dive into essential details like owner history, odometer insights, and reasons for RTA inspection failure. We’re not just affordable – we’re your insightful ally, guiding you through the intricacies right here in Dubai.
The information is only available from 2015.
The information is only for vehicles registered in Dubai.
Inspection history outside Dubai is not available.
Results can take up to 2 working days to generate.
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Basic vehicle information
Odometer History in Dubai
Previous RTA Inspection Results (Pass/Fail)
Number of previous owners
✖ Physical Inspection At Seller's Location
✖ Engine Inspection For Oil Leaks
✖ Transmission Inspection & Gear Shifting
✖ Chassis Condition Report
✖ Under Body Examination
✖ Rims, Tires, Suspension
✖ Test Drive (If permitted by seller)
✖ Accident History
✖ Computer Diagnostic Test
✖ Electrical System
ONLY FOR CARS REGISTERED IN DUBAI
DUBAI HISTORY REPORT
Dubai History Report Explained
Vehicle Specification Details
The report's introduction includes all the key information about the car and its specs that you usually also find on its registration card. This section offers a concise summary of key aspects. It includes the odometer reading summary, highlighting if it exceeds the average mileage for cars in Dubai. Additionally, it specifies whether the current owner is the first, any history of government inspection failures, and notes if the vehicle served as a company vehicle.
This section highlights the different Kilometre/miles readings recorded at the government test over the lifetime of the car. This is crucial in knowing if the odometer was tampered with.
If a seller is claiming that he/she is the first owner of the vehicle, this section will help you confirm this. It will tell you how many times the vehicle has been transferred, as well as if the car was registered with or without number plates. It will also tell you how long the vehicle stayed with each owner, and if the vehicle was ever registered for commercial use.
Every year, vehicles need to be tested at the government's testing centre in order to confirm that the vehicle is fit for the road. This section highlights the test results of the vehicle's life. In case the vehicle had failed due to any reason, it would be mentioned in this part of the report.
Vehicle confiscation in UAE can range between 1 week to 90 days. If a vehicle is impounded, it can be parked at the yard in direct sunlight without ever being turned on. This can be detrimental to the life of the car. This section will tell you if the vehicle was ever impounded, and for how long.