About PPSR Check
ppsrcheck.com.au is dedicated to the latest developments, news and information on PPSR. You can also conduct PPSR checks via ppsrcheck.com.au.
ppsrcheck.com.au is a business division of Equifax, Australia’s leading provider of business intelligence with credit files for more than 16.5 million credit-active Australians.
About the Personal Property Securities Register - PPSR
Personal Property Security (PPS) reform brought the different Commonwealth, State and Territory laws and registers regarding security interests in personal property under one national system. PPS reform introduced the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) and a single national online PPS Register.
More about PPSR
The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) was introduced on 30 January 2012 and brought fundamental change to the way you manage your credit and security interests. The aim of the reform was to help you reduce risk and protect your business.
Top 3 Most Asked Questions
Where can I find a vehicle's VIN?
The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) can be found on the vehicle itself, either on the dashboard, or on one of the door posts (where the door latches when it is closed). The vehicle’s VIN is also displayed on the registration certificate and insurance policy documentation.
What information do I need to run a PPSR check?
All you need to provide is the correct VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) of the vehicle as well as a valid credit card for payment. The system uses a vehicles VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) as the unique identifier. The VIN is required when ordering reports. It is recommended that as many fields are entered as possible to improve accuracy, however they are not mandatory.
Can I get a PPSR check on an older vehicle?
Prior to 1989, VINs varied in length from 11 to 17 characters. PPSRCheck.com.au can only report on vehicles that use a 17 character VIN. Therefore, information on vehicles manufactured before 1989 is limited.