Where does VinAudit get data from?It’s our goal at VinAudit to compile a comprehensive vehicle history report from the most authoritative sources. VinAudit continuously aggregates data from government agencies, non-profit organizations, and industry partners. Our data partnerships currently include:
|Provincial/territorial departments of transportation and other official vehicle registration agencies from 12 provinces and territories: |
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, Yukon (excluding Northwest Territories).
|The Canadian Motor Vehicle Arbitration Plan (CAMVAP) is a dispute resolution program for Canadian consumers who are experiencing problems with the assembly of their vehicle or with how the manufacturer implements its new-vehicle warranty. CAMVAP covers vehicles from the current model year and up to an additional four model years old.|
|Transport Canada is the federal department, within the government of Canada, responsible for developing regulations, policies and overseeing services related to interprovincial and international transportation, as well as for vehicle manufacturing.|
|Partnerships with National Motor Vehicle Title Information System, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and other government agencies and private industry partners across North America also help VinAudit provide as much vehicle information as possible.|
What types of data does VinAudit have?Through our partners, VinAudit aggregates the following types of data: