What are RigDig Rollover Reports™?

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We understand your business needs for Truck History Reports will vary from month-to-month.  And we don’t want you to worry about these normal business fluctuations — that’s why we introduced RigDig Rollover Reports™.

Here’s how it works.  Let’s say you typically take in 50 used trucks a month from trade-in or auction, so you subscribe to the 50 reports plan (see subscription plans).  However, in the first month you end up only using 35 reports.  Don’t worry, we’re not going to take any of these reports away from you.  In this case the 15 unused reports will be rolled-over to use in future months.

As long as you maintain any type of RigDig subscription account, your rollover reports will never expire.  However, if you choose to cancel your account, you will lose all unused rollover reports.


Since 2000, there have been over 639,000 federally recordable, tow-away accidents for class 3-8 trucks (for valid VINs) reported in RigDig. Of these accidents, over 23,000 resulted in a fatality.

VIN Cloning is a growing crime, where criminals take the vehicle identification number (VIN) from a wrecked vehicle while it is sitting in a junkyard, then create new VIN plates for a stolen vehicle of the same make, model, year and color. RigDig can protect you from purchasing a VIN cloned vehicle.

In April of 2013, 3.7% of the RigDig Reports run by users were for trucks that were flagged as either Junk, Salvage or had a serious Salvage Title.

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Protect your customers, your investments and your reputation. Let RigDig™ shield you from the unknown on trade-in and auction buys. Powered by the most comprehensive and the most trusted data sources available, RigDig™ Truck History Reports help you make more informed used truck purchase decisions. Whether you are a fleet manager, a dealer or owner-operator, don't make a deal without knowing as much as possible about a truck's history. Make better investments - get a RigDig™.