What does this mean? Loan/Lien record(s)
"Information Reported: One or more non-major state title brand(s) and/or
additional significant event(s) has been reported to AutoCheck. It is
recommended to have pre-owned vehicles inspected by a third party prior to
That simply means the seller financed the vehicle when they bought it and the vehicle may not be paid off. But remember, when a vehicle is paid off the finance company does not report that to the State Department of Motor Vehicles. Unless the owner goes to a Motor Vehicle Agency with the title and reports that it's paid off the vehicle history report will still show there's a lien on the vehicle. For example, I bought my 2008 Grand Marquis in 2012 and financed it. I paid off the vehicle in 2016 but never reported it to my State's Department of Motor Vehicles. I don't believe that's my job! I have the clear title and on it the title it is signed by a representative of the finance company and dated releasing the lien. So when I sell the vehicle Motor Vehicles will update the title status and remove the lien information from the VIN. Hope that helps! Jim
Great. Thanks very much.
You're welcome. Glad to help! Thank you for the best answer click! Jim
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