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Report run: 04/20/2021 08:36:04 EDT

2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier

Hatchback 4D (Electric 60kw 12V / Lithium Ion)

VIN:
1G1FZ6S05K4108747
Class:
Alt Power - Electric Car
Country of Assembly:
United States
Vehicle Age:
2 year(s)

This vehicle is not eligible for Buyback Protection

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Due to the vehicle's history showing major state title brand(s) and/or not meeting other Buyback Protection terms and conditions.

YOUR VEHICLE AT A GLANCE
AutoCheck Score
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86
87
92

This vehicle's AutoCheck Score: 86

Other comparable 2019 vehicles in the Alt Power - Electric Car typically score between 87-92.

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Number of Owners
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Calculated Owners: 1
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Current Owner

Purchased: 2019

Where: AL

Owned from: 03/05/2019 - 01/29/2021

1 year(s) 10 month(s)

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Vehicle Use: There is indication of the below usage(s) for this vehicle

Personal | Fleet | Rental | Lease |

Taxi | Livery | Police | Government |

Drivers Ed | Commercial

Personal | Fleet | Rental | Lease | Taxi | Livery | Police | Government | Drivers Ed | Commercial
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Major State Title Brand Reported: One or more state title brands have been reported by the state Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Your vehicle is NOT qualified for the AutoCheck Buyback Protection program.

2 Problem(s) Reported
Major State Title Areas Checked
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No fire brand
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No hail brand
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No flood brand
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No junk or scrapped brand
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No manufacturer buyback
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No lemon brand
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Salvage brand
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No rebuilt or rebuildable brand
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Odometer brand (EML or NAM)
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Accidents Reported: There were 1 accident(s) reported from government sources and independent agencies for this vehicle. Not all accidents/issues are reported to AutoCheck.

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Accident Number 1

Date of Accident: 09/14/2019

Location: AL

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Date of Accident
Location
1
09/14/2019
AL
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Damage Reported: One or more damage-related events from an auction or independent source have been reported for this vehicle. It is recommended to have pre-owned vehicles inspected by a third party prior to purchase. Please also check the report to see if there were subsequent repairs made.

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1 Problem(s) Reported
Other Problem Areas Checked
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No non-title fire damaged record
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No non-title hail damaged record
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No non-title flood damaged record
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No auction junk or scrapped record
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No auction rebuilt or rebuildable record
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No salvage auction record
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Damaged or major damage incident record
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No structural damage or structural alteration record
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No recycling facility record
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No crash test record
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Problem 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 purchase.

3 Event(s) Reported
Vehicle Events Checked
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Insurance Loss record
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Titled to an insurance company record
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No Auction Lemon/Manufacturer Buyback record
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No abandoned title record
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No grey market title record
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Loan/Lien record(s)
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No repossessed record
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No corrected title record
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No duplicate title record
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No theft record(s)
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Problem Reported One or more odometer problems have been reported to AutoCheck by the state Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or auction sources OR there is a potential odometer discrepancy when AutoCheck examined the sequence of reported odometer readings.

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State title odometer check : An odometer brand such as EML (Exceeds Mechanical Limit), NAM (Not Actual Mileage) or similar odometer brand have been reported by the State Division of Motor Vehicle on this vehicle.

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Auction odometer check

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Odometer calculation check

0 Problem(s) Reported
Mileage
Date Reported
Other
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2
03/14/2019
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Information Reported: AutoCheck found 1 recalls. It is recommended that this vehicle be taken to the nearest dealer to have the recalled components replaced or fixed. Not all open recalls are reported to AutoCheck.

Recall Date: 11/13/2020

MFR Recall Number: N202311730

Component: Safety: HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY MAY MELT OR BURN

Recall Date
MFR Recall Number
Component
11/13/2020
N202311730
Safety: HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY MAY MELT OR BURN
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Below are the historical events for this vehicle listed in chronological order. Any discrepancies will be in bold text.

Report Run Date: 04/20/2021 08:36:04 EDT

Vehicle: 2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV Premier (1G1FZ6S05K4108747)

Event Date
Location
Odometer Reading
Data Source
Details
03/05/2019
DELTA, AL
Motor Vehicle Dept.
REGISTRATION EVENT/RENEWAL
03/14/2019
DELTA, AL
2
Motor Vehicle Dept.
TITLE(Title #:101677280) (Lien Reported)
09/14/2019
AL
State Agency
FRONT IMPACT WITH A DITCH(Case #:9709921)
VEHICLE DAMAGE REPORTED AS DISABLING
09/27/2019
DELTA, AL
Motor Vehicle Dept.
REGISTRATION EVENT/RENEWAL
09/29/2020
DELTA, AL
Motor Vehicle Dept.
REGISTRATION EVENT/RENEWAL
11/13/2020
Manufacturer
MANUFACTURER RECALL
RECALL N202311730
Safety: HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY MAY MELT OR BURN
LOCATE YOUR NEAREST AUTHORIZED
CHEVROLET DEALER TO SCHEDULE REPAIR.
11/18/2020
AL
Auto Insurance Source
VEHICLE REPORTED AS TOTAL LOSS
VEHICLE HAD COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE CLAIM
01/29/2021
BESSEMER, AL
Motor Vehicle Dept.
TITLE(Title #:105754432)
SUSPECT MILES
SALVAGE
VEHICLE TITLED/REGISTERED TO AN INSURANCE COMPANY

Event Date: 03/05/2019

Location: DELTA, AL

Odometer Reading:

Data Source: Motor Vehicle Dept.

Details: REGISTRATION EVENT/RENEWAL

Event Date: 03/14/2019

Location: DELTA, AL

Odometer Reading: 2

Data Source: Motor Vehicle Dept.

Details: TITLE(Title #:101677280) (Lien Reported)

Event Date: 09/14/2019

Location: AL

Odometer Reading:

Data Source: State Agency

Details: FRONT IMPACT WITH A DITCH(Case #:9709921)
VEHICLE DAMAGE REPORTED AS DISABLING

Event Date: 09/27/2019

Location: DELTA, AL

Odometer Reading:

Data Source: Motor Vehicle Dept.

Details: REGISTRATION EVENT/RENEWAL

Event Date: 09/29/2020

Location: DELTA, AL

Odometer Reading:

Data Source: Motor Vehicle Dept.

Details: REGISTRATION EVENT/RENEWAL

Event Date: 11/13/2020

Location:

Odometer Reading:

Data Source: Manufacturer

Details: MANUFACTURER RECALL
RECALL N202311730
Safety: HIGH VOLTAGE BATTERY MAY MELT OR BURN
LOCATE YOUR NEAREST AUTHORIZED
CHEVROLET DEALER TO SCHEDULE REPAIR.

Event Date: 11/18/2020

Location: AL

Odometer Reading:

Data Source: Auto Insurance Source

Details: VEHICLE REPORTED AS TOTAL LOSS
VEHICLE HAD COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE CLAIM

Event Date: 01/29/2021

Location: BESSEMER, AL

Odometer Reading:

Data Source: Motor Vehicle Dept.

Details: TITLE(Title #:105754432)
SUSPECT MILES
SALVAGE
VEHICLE TITLED/REGISTERED TO AN INSURANCE COMPANY

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Below are the specific definitions for events that appear in this vehicle's report. More information is available in the full AutoCheck glossary.

Term: Salvage

Section Location: Major State Title Brand Check

Definition: A salvage vehicle is a vehicle that has been wrecked or damaged beyond repair; declared a total loss by the insurer; or declared a total loss by reason of theft. When an insurance company as a result of a total loss settlement acquires a vehicle, the insurance company must apply for a Salvage Certificate. If the owner retains possession of a salvage vehicle, the owner must obtain a Salvage Certificate before receiving a total loss statement from the insurance company.

Term: Odometer Problem

Section Location: Major State Title Brand Check

Definition: The vehicle has odometer-related problems. These may include discrepancies such as not actual miles, a broken odometer, exceeding a vehicle's mechanical limits, a mileage discrepancy, or suspect miles.

Term: Major Damage Incident

Section Location: Damage Check

Definition: When a (i) State agency or third party reported an event that did or may have resulted in vehicle frame or mechanical damage, such as a collision or incident such as vandalism or theft, or (ii) a third party reported that an inspection indicates that a vehicle appears to have sustained frame or other damage. Not all damage events are reported to AutoCheck and the damage severity of reported events will vary. In all events AutoCheck recommends that prospective vehicle purchasers conduct a detailed vehicle inspection prior to purchase of a pre-owned vehicle.

Term: Insurance Total Loss

Section Location: Other Title Brand and Specific Event Check

Definition: Insurance companies label a vehicle a "total loss" when the cost to repair the vehicle to its pre-damaged state exceeds the cost of the vehicle's worth, or actual cash value. Insurance companies must follow certain state law (defined percentage of damage before it can be deemed a total loss) and they also can set their own standards for totaled vehicles.

Term: Titled to an insurance company

Section Location: Other Title Brand and Specific Event Check

Definition: The vehicle's title has an insurance company as the listed owner. This usually signifies that it is probably an insurance total loss when showing after an accident or collision. Insurance companies label a vehicle a 'total loss' when the cost to repair the vehicle to its pre-damaged state exceeds the cost of the vehicle's worth, or actual cash value. Insurance companies must follow certain state law (defined percentage of damage before it can be deemed a total loss) and they also can set their own standards for totaled vehicles.

Term: Loan/Lien

Section Location: Other Title Brand and Specific Event Check

Definition: A loan/lien is the legal right to take and hold or sell the vehicle of a debtor as security or payment for a debt. Normally, a vehicle will have a lien due to a loan or unpaid repair bill against the vehicle. Check with the seller to ensure that the lien has been satisfied.

Term: Personal Use

Section Location: Vehicle Use

Definition: This vehicle was driven for personal use.

Term: Accident

Section Location: Accident Section

Definition: A state or municipality has reported an accident or collision for this vehicle that may or may not have sustained damage. Not all damage events are reported to AutoCheck and the damage severity of reported events will vary. In all events AutoCheck recommends that prospective vehicle purchasers conduct a detailed vehicle inspection prior to purchase of a pre-owned vehicle.

Term: Open Recall

Section Location: History Section

Definition: A recall is considered 'open' for a vehicle when it has not received the required service to correct the identified recall. The vehicle will need to be taken to a repair center that has been authorized by the manufacturer to correct any open recall conditions.

Term: Recall

Section Location: History Section

Definition: A safety, emission or bulletin issued by the vehicle manufacturer, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or the Department of Transportation (DOT). These are different than a service bulletin. A recall involves work that must be done at no charge to the consumer by an authorized dealer of the vehicle make involved.

Term
Section Location
Definition
Salvage
Major State Title Brand Check
A salvage vehicle is a vehicle that has been wrecked or damaged beyond repair; declared a total loss by the insurer; or declared a total loss by reason of theft. When an insurance company as a result of a total loss settlement acquires a vehicle, the insurance company must apply for a Salvage Certificate. If the owner retains possession of a salvage vehicle, the owner must obtain a Salvage Certificate before receiving a total loss statement from the insurance company.
Odometer Problem
Major State Title Brand Check
The vehicle has odometer-related problems. These may include discrepancies such as not actual miles, a broken odometer, exceeding a vehicle's mechanical limits, a mileage discrepancy, or suspect miles.
Major Damage Incident
Damage Check
When a (i) State agency or third party reported an event that did or may have resulted in vehicle frame or mechanical damage, such as a collision or incident such as vandalism or theft, or (ii) a third party reported that an inspection indicates that a vehicle appears to have sustained frame or other damage. Not all damage events are reported to AutoCheck and the damage severity of reported events will vary. In all events AutoCheck recommends that prospective vehicle purchasers conduct a detailed vehicle inspection prior to purchase of a pre-owned vehicle.
Insurance Total Loss
Other Title Brand and Specific Event Check
Insurance companies label a vehicle a "total loss" when the cost to repair the vehicle to its pre-damaged state exceeds the cost of the vehicle's worth, or actual cash value. Insurance companies must follow certain state law (defined percentage of damage before it can be deemed a total loss) and they also can set their own standards for totaled vehicles.
Titled to an insurance company
Other Title Brand and Specific Event Check
The vehicle's title has an insurance company as the listed owner. This usually signifies that it is probably an insurance total loss when showing after an accident or collision. Insurance companies label a vehicle a 'total loss' when the cost to repair the vehicle to its pre-damaged state exceeds the cost of the vehicle's worth, or actual cash value. Insurance companies must follow certain state law (defined percentage of damage before it can be deemed a total loss) and they also can set their own standards for totaled vehicles.
Loan/Lien
Other Title Brand and Specific Event Check
A loan/lien is the legal right to take and hold or sell the vehicle of a debtor as security or payment for a debt. Normally, a vehicle will have a lien due to a loan or unpaid repair bill against the vehicle. Check with the seller to ensure that the lien has been satisfied.
Personal Use
Vehicle Use
This vehicle was driven for personal use.
Accident
Accident Section
A state or municipality has reported an accident or collision for this vehicle that may or may not have sustained damage. Not all damage events are reported to AutoCheck and the damage severity of reported events will vary. In all events AutoCheck recommends that prospective vehicle purchasers conduct a detailed vehicle inspection prior to purchase of a pre-owned vehicle.
Open Recall
History Section
A recall is considered 'open' for a vehicle when it has not received the required service to correct the identified recall. The vehicle will need to be taken to a repair center that has been authorized by the manufacturer to correct any open recall conditions.
Recall
History Section
A safety, emission or bulletin issued by the vehicle manufacturer, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or the Department of Transportation (DOT). These are different than a service bulletin. A recall involves work that must be done at no charge to the consumer by an authorized dealer of the vehicle make involved.
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Buyback Protection Terms and Conditions
This vehicle (1G1FZ6S05K4108747) does not quailify for AutoCheck Buyback Protection.

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