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VIN Reports Include:

  • Lemon Check
  • Title Check (Salvage, Junk, Total Loss, Flood Damage, etc)
  • Odometer Problem Check
  • Accident Check
  • Full Registration Check
  • Damage Check (frame damage, flood, fire, hail, etc)
  • Theft Check
  • State Inspection Records
  • Ownership and Theft Check
  • Full Vehicle Use History
  • Loan/Lien Check
  • Airbag Deployment
  • Loan/Lien Check
  • Airbag Deployment
  • Title Washing
  • And more...

Colorado VIN check



In Colorado VIN check is one of the ways to avoid numerous problems and losses associated with buying used vehicles. On this page, we outline the necessary procedures.

Loan/Lien VIN check in Colorado vehicles: Why is it so Important?

When you collect all the necessary documents and apply for a Colorado vehicle title, the title is only mailed to the applicant if there are no liens or loans filed against it. Otherwise, the title is mailed to the lien holder. As a standard delivery of the title
takes 4-6 weeks (according to CO DMV), it may take a long time before you find out there in a lien against the vehicle. Online VIN checks help reveal any liens before you take any steps resulting is significant financial loss.

If you want to have all the vital vehicle history data for a really low price use the form on this page. Unlike most other VIN report services, even Carfax and Autocheck, these covers not just car but also motorcycle, truck, RV, trailer, camper, motor home and even classic car VIN numbers. This is reported to be a good option for Colorado VIN check.


Colorado motor vehicle records check

Motor vehicle records check is one of the ways to get some information on the history of the vehicle title, which is limited to lien check. However, the Federal Driver’s Privacy Protection Act (DPPA) is a federal law that limits disclosure driver’s information by the motor vehicle departments, so as to prevent any malicious use of driver’s personal data by third parties. In Colorado, vehicle record search cannot be done based on license plate number, only by the VIN or title number. You can request VIN records search only if you are either the owner on the vehicle, have signature of the owner authorizing you to request the motor vehicle report, or declare the intended use of the vehicle record report. The records search report will include vehicle description and available the lien information, including the name and mailing address of lien holder. Please, note that the imaged records are kept at he CO DMV for seven years only, so VIN checks for older vehicles in will be unavailable. In addition, you will have to provide a number of other statements in order to request the data you need. If you are a used car shopper, this kind of report will not give you all the necessary data about the vehicle history. You’d better use online VIN check services that major in collecting vehicle history records. They will not disclose the names of previous owners or lien holders, but you will have all the critical vehicle hostory information no DMV office will provide.

The link to Colorado License Plate History on the site of Colorado motor vehicle department has nothing to do with the specific vehicle history - it shows show the state license plate was modified as time went by, since 1913 up to present time.

VIN verification in Colorado

In Colorado, VIN verification is a procedure that confirms the identity of a vehicle. VIN verification if mandatory for any motor vehicle that takes place before vehicle registration in Colorado, if the it was either previously registered in another state, was purchased in another state or had a salvage title and then was repaired to a roadworthy state. (Colorado VIN verification form, as well as other forms you will need for vehicle license renewal, vehicle registration and other procedures, can be found here at the website of the department of motor vehicles Colorado at this link: http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/Revenue-MV/RMV/1212139246080. The law enforcement officers and licensed dealerships that do VIN verification services are found here here. The cost of the verification is $10 to $20.

Colorado vehicle inspection

Please, don’t be confused about certified VIN verification and Certified VIN inspection. In Colorado, VIN inspection is carried out by Colorado State Patrol Offices, it is mandatory for out-of-country registrations (including military registrations) and titles.

Colorado motor vehicle laws and consumer protection

The good news for used car shoppers is that Colorado motor vehicle laws oblige used vehicle sellers to disclose any salvage title history by filling out a Rebuilt from Salvage Disclosure form, and the words “Rebuilt From Salvage” should be etched in letters at least 1/4 inch high on any previously salvaged vehicle, which is in CO defined as “damaged in excess of fair market value”. However, this consumer protection law is not a reason to miss out a Colorado VIN check report: although concealing the salvage history is illegal, it’s only a misdemeanor, so buyers should always the on the alert.

Colorado vehicle license renewal

Colorado license plate renewal service is available online at https://www.colorado.gov/apps/dor/dmv/vehicle/registration/renewal/welcome.jsf . Please, be ready to provide you current license plate number and a valid email address. You will also need a Credit card or checking account to pay the necessary application and processing fees.

Colorado vehicle registration

Vehicle registration in CO should be completed within sixty days after purchase or within ninety days after becoming a resident of Colorado. For this, you will need a VIN verification form, a vehicle title with the owners name in it, Proof of insurance, payment of all applicable taxes and fees and passing. In Colorado, emissions testing is also mandatory for registering a vehicle.