If you want to buy a used car, there’s one simple way to instantly find its history. You guessed right, it’s done by using Bing. Here’s how it works:
Put the car’s VIN into Bing search box and hit ENTER. The first result will be the used vehicle history.
VIN stands for Vehicle Information Number and was initiated in 1980. It’s a standard method to identify cars. Decoding the number is easy and free. The used vehicle’s history is provided usually for a small fee. But several bucks can really make a difference because nobody likes to buy a car that had problems in the past.
Bing is able to display the information only in certain countries.