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    Campbell Live: First-time car owner shocked by repo visit

    Check out this story of one young guy's bad luck buying a car without getting a "registered debt/money owing" report from Carjam (Campbell Live Tuesday 12th July):ย "Buying your first car can be a mixed experience. ย Getting the money together, not buying a lemon, finding the car that feels right for you.ย We talked to a young man who thought he had got it right, a good price for the car he wanted.ย And then the repo man turned up."

    Road Fever - recognize these "celebrity" Kiwi vehicles?

    Do you recognize these cars just from the clue? Maybe from the CARJAM report on the plate?

    Important Carjam Update

    Carjam's goal has always been simple - to provide the public with free vehicle data.

    1st January 2011 Changes to CarJam

    Government imposed fees have forced us to make the following changes to CarJam.

    Lives could be lost due to government charges

    Thousands of consumers are likely to end up buying illegal or unsafe vehicles due to a government proposal to charge for basic vehicle information, according to the motoring website carjam.co.nz.

    CIN now includes Fuel Economy Label

    Consumer Information Notice now includes a Fuel Economy Label. And it's free with every ย CIN which is free with every full CarJam Report.

    NZ Herald: Net helps buyers avoid rip-offs

    The internet has become a must use tool for people wanting to avoid being ripped off when buying cars privately.ย Read full "NZ Herald: Net helps buyers avoid rip-offs" article. Note there is some misleading information in the article, CarJam also sells full reports with more information than any competitor for a lower price.

    FairGo: The secret life of cars

    What secrets is the bloke selling your car not telling you? CarJam got a plug too!

    TVNZ Breakfast: Tips for buying a used car

    Breakfast teamย gets the lowdown on buying a used car from our consumer commentator Troy Churton.

    Trade Me Car Thieves growing net savvy

    Article in the NZ Herald at the weekend mentioning CarJam got a few things wrong though.