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    Year: 1973
    Make: CHRYSLER
    Model: VALIANT
    Colour: ORANGE
    Second Colour: BLACK
    Body Style: Saloon
    VIN: Get Report
    Plate: VL1ANT
    Engine No: Get Report
    Chassis: Get Report
    CC rating: Get Report
    Fuel Type: Get Report
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    Reported Stolen? Get Report. Why?
    Police Stolen List: No Records. Beware. Updated one hour ago.
    Popularity: Get Report
    Last Odometer Reading: Get Report
    Is odometer reliable? Get Report
    Imported with Damage: Get Report
    Subject to RUC: Get Report
    Water/Fire Damage: Get Report
    Statutory Write-off: Get Report
    Outstanding charges? Get Report
    Territorial Authority: Get Report
    Vehicle Type: Get Report
    Seats: Get Report
    Doors: Get Report
    Power: Get Report
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    Country of Origin: Get Report
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    Plates History

    Plate Effective Date
    VL1ANT
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    Plate: VL1ANT
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    Odometer

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    Carbon Dioxide Emissions

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    🦺 Safety Features

    Disclaimer

    The report was created and is only valid as at 28-Aug-2023 3:11am. The information provided in this report is provided by third parties. While CarJam has taken all reasonable care in preparing the report we are unable to guarantee its accuracy and no responsibility is assumed by CarJam or its agents for errors or omissions in this report. If you know that some information is incorrect you may be able to fix this. Fuel economy, vehicle and driver safety, emission data provided by RightCar.

    Glossary

    CC Rating

    Total displacement in cubic centimetres of all cylinders of the engine of a motor vehicle.

    Some older vehicles may show incorrect values depending on whether or not the original displacement measurements had been converted from cubic inches or other measurement units before introduction of the metric system.

    Certificate of Fitness (COF)

    A Certificate of Fitness (CoF) is a regular inspection that ensures vehicles like heavy trucks, larger trailers, motor homes, taxis, shuttles, buses, and rental vehicles meet required safety standards. Legally, these vehicles must be inspected for a CoF every six months. COF inspections are required for vehicle safety purposes and a vehicle that requires a CoF cannot legally be used on the road unless it has a current CoF. Vehicles requiring this certification are: heavy vehicles - trucks, larger trailers, motor homes; all passenger service vehicles - taxis, shuttles and buses and rental vehicles.

    Chassis

    Prior to 1990, only chassis numbers were recorded. These cannot be used to uniquely identify a vehicle. With the introduction of the VIN system in 1990 a unique number is now being recorded.

    Most vehicles registered before 1990 will have only the chassis number recorded unless the vehicle has had a VIN applied by a VIN agent.

    Vehicles that were registered after 1990 may have both a VIN and a chassis number in cases where the manufacturer has not applied a VIN. However, most manufacturers now use VIN's in place of chassis numbers. It is now compulsory for every vehicle that is registered in NZ for the first time to have a VIN. This includes used imported vehicles.

    It is in the interests of vehicle owners to have a VIN on their vehicle as a protection against vehicle fraud since it gives a unique reference to a vehicle.

    Country of Origin

    Country where the vehicle is built or manufactured (not merely assembled). Vehicles assembled in New Zealand are put together from CKD packs ("Completely-Knocked-Down"). They are not made in New Zealand — their Country of Origin will be the country from which the CKD packs are imported.

    Date of latest COF Inspection

    Date of the last recorded COF inspection for the vehicle. All COF inspections (both passed and failed) have been recorded in the vehicle register since February 1997. Before February 1997, only passed COF inspections were recorded when a vehicle was licensed.

    Date of latest WOF Inspection

    Date of the last recorded WOF inspection for the vehicle.

    Successful WOF inspections have been recorded in the vehicle register since November 1995, at the time a vehicle is relicensed. Only the most recent WOF prior to the relicensing is normally recorded.

    Since licensing is often done on an annual basis and WOF's are often required bi-annually, this item of information does not necessarily show if the vehicle has a current WOF.

    It is intended to begin recording all WOF inspections, both passed and failed, in the near future.

    Engine Number

    Every vehicle engine is marked with an engine number by the factory. The engine number includes coded information, which can be decoded to reveal information such as year of manufacture, country of manufacture, and engine type. Additionally, the engine number also serves as the serial number of the engine of a self-propelled vehicle and is normally supplied by the vehicle manufacturer.

    Fuel Type

    The type of fuel used in the engine of a motor vehicle. This refers to the primary fuel type if the vehicle also runs on an Alternative Fuel Type such as LPG or CNG.

    Imported Damaged?

    Imported with structural damage or deterioration at the border check inspection?

    Inconsistent Readings

    Odometer readings are inconsistent and jump backwards sometimes. Possible reasons could include: entry error at an inspection time or border check, or around the clock, or a wound-back odometer.

    Licence Type

    There are 4 types of licences:

    • Licence for normal road use (L);
    • Exemption licence (X) when the vehicle has been exempted from normal road use licence: the expiry of an exemption licence is the date after which the vehicle must be relicensed for normal road use;
    • Restoration licence (R) when vehicle is under repair or restoration and has been exempted from normal road use licence: the expiry of a restoration licence is the date after which the vehicle must be relicensed for normal road use;
    • Licence for trade plate (T): this licence permits the licencee to use a vehicle without registering the vehicle. A trade plate is associated with a person/organisation, it cannot be associated with a vehicle and so any query on a trade plate will not return any vehicle details but provide owner details which are the details of the owner of the trade plate.
    Licensing

    Vehicle licensing is the process of issuing a licence which allows the vehicle to be used on public roads. This is not the same as registration, which is where you're issued with your number plates. The licensing fee helps to pay for roading projects and road safety programmes. You have to license your vehicle regularly, at least annually, and you must display a current licence label on your windscreen. The licence is issued for a period of 6 or 12 months, after the vehicle is registered. The vehicle owner pays a licensing fee, and a licence label is attached to the vehicle.

    Plate Number

    Plate number refers to the unique combination of up to six alphanumeric characters assigned to a motor vehicle registered in accordance with Transport Legislation in New Zealand. These characters are displayed on metallic plates affixed to both the back and front of most vehicles such as cars, trucks, vans, caravans, and trailers authorised to travel on New Zealand roads. The plate number is also commonly referred to as the registration plate number or simply number plate. It is important to note that the number of characters displayed on the plate will depend on the type of vehicle and the date of registration. All motor vehicles registered in New Zealand must display the plate number.

    Popularity of Year Model

    Shows how many vehicles of this year model are currently registered in New Zealand.

    Power

    Power output of the engine of a motor vehicle as rated by the Manufacturer (in kilowatts). Some vehicles may be showing brake horsepower (bhp) for this figure.

    Previous Country of Registration

    Country where a vehicle has been previously registered before arrival in New Zealand.

    Registration

    Vehicle registration is the process of adding a vehicle to the Motor Vehicle Register, the list of all vehicles currently used on the road in New Zealand. Registration is generally a one-off process that officially recognises you as the person legally responsible for your vehicle. It's not the same as vehicle licensing, which is where you pay a fee for using public roads. When a vehicle is registered, we add its details to the Motor Vehicle Register and issue its registration plates (number plates) at this time. Until a vehicle is registered, it cannot be driven on the road and must be towed or carried for transport. Registration has been traditionally confused with 'licensing', when people refer to the renewal of licence in order to obtain a new licence label (the 'licence sticker') to place on their vehicles. If your vehicle is not correctly registered or is unregistered, you could receive a fine or infringement.

    Registration Status

    The registration status will show as:

    • Active — if the registration is current (but not necessarily licensed);
    • Cancelled — if the registration has been cancelled due to the vehicle having been destroyed, written off, or permanently exported out of New Zealand;
    • Lapsed — if the registration has been cancelled due to the vehicle having remained unlicensed beyond the period allowed by legislation.
    Reliable Odometer

    This indicator will show "Yes" if the odometer is reliable, or "No" for no if the odometer is unreliable. The information is entered at the time the vehicle is last inspected. The reliable odometer flag is also set to "No" if customs or courts request it. It was developed as a means to show on ownership papers that the true mileage may not be reflected.

    Reported Stolen

    This field indicates if the vehicle is stolen or of interest to the police.

    Result of Latest COF Inspection
    • Passed — vehicle has passed examination.
    • Failed — vehicle has failed examination.
    • Temporary Permit — vehicle has been issued with a temporary permit.
    Result of Latest WOF Inspection
    • PassedΒ  — vehicle has passed examination.
    • Failed — vehicle has failed examination.
    Road User Charges (RUC) and RUC Licence Type

    All diesel powered vehicles and other vehicles powered by a fuel not taxed at source, regardless of weight, must pay Road User Charges (RUC). Vehicles with a manufacturer's gross laden weight of more than 3.5 tonnes (3500kg) must also pay RUC. Fuels taxed at source are petrol, compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquified petroleum gas (LPG). There are 4 types of RUC licence: Distance, Time, Supplementary and Gap. Distance licences are purchased in multiples of 1,000 kilometres, while time licences are purchased in 1 month blocks. Supplementary licences are intended for short trips for the occasional cartage of heavier loads and are bought in multiples of 50 kilometres.

    Territorial Authority

    The Territorial Authority that the registered owner of the vehicle resides in (one of 67 Districts, Cities, Territories or the Auckland Unitary Authority).

    Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

    A Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is a unique 17-character number assigned to a motor vehicle. VINs are a security feature that helps combat fraud and are used to identify vehicles for administrative purposes. In New Zealand, VINs are checked during warrant of fitness and certificate of fitness inspections, and are accessible by the police and vehicle inspectors as they are recorded on a centralised database. The VIN is also checked during roadside inspections. VINs are used in various countries around the world including New Zealand, Australia, Europe, and the United States.

    Warrant of Fitness (WOF) Inspection

    A Warrant of Fitness (WoF) is a regular check that your vehicle meets required safety standards, at the time of inspection. It applies to passenger cars and light vehicles, and is required for vehicle safety purposes. A vehicle that requires a WOF cannot legally be used on the road unless it has a current Warrant of Fitness certificate. It's your responsibility to keep your vehicle in warrantable condition at all times, which means replacing any parts that don't meet the safety standards before the next inspection. For example, while tyres on your vehicle may pass on the day of your warrant inspection, you'll need to replace them as soon as the tread gets to the minimum depth. If you wait until the next inspection before replacing them, you increase your risk of having a crash or receiving a fine.