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CARFAX® Vehicle History Report™ (Policy)


The CARFAX Vehicle History Report is the industry standard, delivering more insight into a vehicle's history than any other source. Hundreds of insurance companies rely on CARFAX as an integral part of their:

  • Underwriting and Rating
  • Claims Prioritization
  • Total Loss Valuations
  • Special Investigation Unit (SIU) Investigations

This Anywhere Enabled Integration provides Personal Auto carriers in the U.S. and Canada with a seamless integration between the CARFAX Vehicle History Report service and Duck Creek Policy. The integration enables the user to retrieve data elements from the CARFAX Vehicle History Report from within Duck Creek Policy for vehicles associated with the policy and optionally attach the full vehicle history report to the policy as a PDF. The result is faster and more accurate vehicle risk assessment.

More about CARFAX and Duck Creek

Dependencies for Package

The following tools and packages are required for correct implementation of the package.

Tools Needed to Complete the Package Installation

The following tools are needed to complete the package installation:

  • Duck Creek Author
  • Visual Studio


To use this package, you must also have:

  • Duck Creek Policy
  • CARFAX Developer Account
  • Microsoft Azure Subscription

To use this package, you must also have the Personal Auto package.

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