Powerful Tools Designed to Accurately Forecast Future Vehicle Resale Values and Running Costs
New powerful analytics tools give customers more power to make the asset decisions they need to grow businesses and drive return on investment. Let our VehicleData™ help turn your fleet into a competitive advantage.
- Solutions that cover all the critical aspects of VehicleData™ websites, VRM lookups, vehicle management and financing
- Analysts and data editors to provide accurate data and specific vehicle leasing insights
- Tools to forecast future vehicle resale values and predict real-life running costs
IDS VehicleData™ Technologies
Stream IDS VehicleData™ directly to your automotive dealer management system. Make informed decisions when comparing commercial and new vehicles with the DataDirect™ vehicle database, covering approximately 100,000 cars and LCVs up to 7.5 tons. VehicleData™ includes new vehicle specifications, prices and options at the most competitive pricing structure in the market.
Vehicle Registration Mark (VRM) WebAPI
Find individual VehicleData™ — including standard DataDirect™ VehicleData™, SMR data, technical data and images — by VRM or vehicle description and model year for the full range of cars and commercial vehicles. The IDS WebAPI uses Microsoft ASP.Net Web API platform, which allows the creation of HTTP-based web services accessible from a host of computer languages.
Vehicle Registration Mark (VRM) webAPI
Find individual VehicleData™—including standard DataDirect™ VehicleData™, SMR data, technical data and images—by VRM or vehicle description and model year for the full range of cars and commercial vehicles. The IDS webAPI uses Microsoft ASP.Net Web API platform, which allows the creation of HTTP-based web services accessible from a whole host of computer languages.
Predict forecasted running costs for service, maintenance and repair of more than 10,000 new cars and light commercial vehicles. Maintenance predictions are based on manufacturer main dealer service costs, repair costs, tire costs and MOTs and combined with our own experts’ predictions of component life. Repair costs include an allocation for critical parts — replacement brakes, wiper blades, starter motors, exhaust sections and more.