Motor Vehicle Search

Purchasing a car in Australia is a tedious process, particularly if you are going for a second-hand vehicle. A PPSR motor vehicle search makes this process easier for you by providing you with details about the motor vehicle you are about to purchase so that you can make the best decision possible. It also prevents you from encountering legal complications in future due to the purchase of a stolen car or of a car with stolen parts. This PPSR search covers cars and vans registered under the Personal Property Securities Register.

To use our motor vehicle search, you will the car’s Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) or Chassis number.

The Process

Quick PPSR follows a 3-step process to create a PPSR search report for you.

First, you key in the VIN Number of the car you are about to purchase in the search box at the top of the page.

Secondly, you make the $9.89 deposit required for the search.

Finally, you wait for the report and check your inbox.

The Report

After conducting a Quick PPSR check on the vehicle you are planning to purchase, we will send you a report that will detail the following about the car:

Specifications and registration details:

These include details about the make and model of the car, engine number, date when the car was registered, and the length of registration for the vehicle.

Its physical condition:

the written off section of the car PPSR report gives you insight into how well the car can perform by highlighting its encounters with accidents and weather damage.

Its stolen status:

This will be highlighted under the stolen status of the car.

Its financial status:

The outstanding debt tied to the car will fall under the PPSR Registration section of the report. A car with financial owing poses a greater risk than one without.