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Found an article about how to purchase a car correctly and they told to use VinDocs and CarFax, both cost money, what should I choose, is it necessary to spend money on it at all and how can I check a car for free?
You should always get a vehicle history report from CarFax or a similar provider before purchasing a used vehicle. To our knowledge, none of the reports are free.