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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...

What Is VIN Check and How Does It Protect You?



VIN Check (also known as VIN number search or VIN lookup) should be your first step towards buying a used car if you want to buy safely. The result is the Vehicle History Report (or Car History Report) on a certain VIN number. This way you can find out what happened to the car in the past and avoid numerous hidden problems, even if the car looks fine. VIN Check A VIN is looked up a database of millions used cars with over billion car events reported on different VIN numbers. Very often, there is really much to learn from a detailed report and, unfortunately, some discoveries are very unpleasant.

What Sort of Information Does Researching a VIN Reveal?

The information classified into the following major categories (different vehicle history report providers may categorize VIN data a bit differently):

  • Damage problems
  • Title problems
  • Accidents
  • Vehilce use
  • Odometer problems
  • Vehicle registration records
  • Manufacturer recall or Manufacturer buyback (lemon)
  • Theft records
  • Loan records
  • Airbag deployment

If you unknowingly buy a car with hidden problems, at the best you overpay, at the worst you compromise your and your family’s safety.


Major VIN Check Records

  • Damage. Water, fire, hail, frame or other major damage may result in assigning a Salvage Title to the vehicle. This means that the repairing damage exceeded 50-75% of the car’s cost and the vehicle was claimed ** total loss** by the insurance company.
  • Title problems. A used car may have the following problem titles: major damage, water damage, hail damage, odometer problem, insurance loss, rebuilt and other.
  • Vehicle use: taxi, police, rental, driver education and other use.
  • Odometer problems: odometer correction, exceeded limits, broken odometer. Last odometer reading and intermediate odometer reading reports are included.
  • Vehicle registration records: states the vehicle was registered at and the titles assigned, including registration in storm areas.
  • Accidents. Minor or major accidents and damage type, rebuilt or unrebuildable title (if salvage title is given)
  • Manufacturer recall or Manufacturer buyback. A major irreparable defect in a vehicle that made the manufacturer recall it or made the car qualify for a refund.
  • Theft records. A used car you are buying can be a stolen car, with all the consequences…
  • Loan records. A car could be pawned. You’ll want to make sure the loan was fully paid off.
  • Airbag deployment could occur during an accident. Possible result is the Airbag Fraud, which means that the airbag may be non-functional.

Airbag Deployment You can find more information about these problems is in Hidden Car Problems section.

Run VIN check and not the risk of buying a metal box of hidden problems!

How Fast Is the Procedure?

As a rule, the access to the report is immediate as the information is pulled from online databases.