Friday, March 7, 2014
Thursday, March 6, 2014
7:18 PM By ~J~
The Comparisons of instaVIN vs CARFAX®
How many times have you heard the phrase: Show me the CARFAX®?
If you're a dealer, you've probably heard it more times than you care to admit. CARFAX® has set itself up as being the industry standard when it comes to getting quality used car reports. However, more and more dealers are starting wince when they hear that phrase.
It might be the fact that CARFAX® charges upwards of $30.00 for one vehicle history report. It might also be the fact that many dealers have been burned more than once by providing customers with a CARFAX® report, only to find that the reports were not only incomplete, but full of errors.
The fact is, CARFAX® is no longer the industry standard when it comes to getting accurate reports on used cars. They are expensive, and their information isn't always reliable or up to date.
What should you do the next time a customer asks you to “see the CARFAX®”?
Provide your customers with an instaVIN report instead. instaVIN is turning heads when it comes to accurate reporting on used cars. Not only do they provide access to more than 40 million junk, salvage, and insurance total loss records, but they offer up-to-date lien information, theft information, and the most updated vehicle reports in the used car industry.
instaVIN doesn't require that you pay a monthly subscription fee to use their service. They also don't have any hidden charges. Their rates are as low as $2.99 per report! Dealers can even provide customers with vehicle history reports on the spot when they use the instaVIN mobile app. All you need to do is scan the VIN number using an iPhone or iPad, and voila! A real-time vehicle history report is available at your fingertips in a matter of moments!
When its come down to the decision of using “instaVIN vs CARFAX®”, save yourself a potential headache and don't bother wasting time with CARFAX®. Customers deserve better, and quite frankly, so do you!
Want to know more about instaVIN? Visit their website today at www.instavin.com