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VIN Number Check Includes:

  • 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...

VIN search



Car VIN search services are widely available on the web, the most popular and reliable are Carfax and Autocheck. Getting a VIN search report from any of these providers will cost you something but you won’t find so much car history detail elsewhere. The free VIN search that shows you availability and the number of records in their databases is also available.


Trailer VIN search starts with locating the VIN. The most typical locations are: the tongue (protruding metal bars), the outside parts of the frame. If not found in these locations, get a torch and be ready to inspect the entire trailer. As to history reports, free trailer VIN search can be done at Carfax site (they state that sometimes they get records on non-covered vehicles, such as trailers, so why not take a chance). NMVTIS vehicle history site can also help you do Trailer VIN search for title, theft and odometer history.

VIN search for motorcycle is available either through Cyclevin or NMVTIS, the former is more expensive but gives more information. Also, remember to inspect and search the motorcycle for VIN numbers located on it and make sure the VIN is found on both the frame and the engine and the numbers match. Otherwise, the motorcycle may be gathers from stolen parts and riding it may be illegal. If VIN numbers not’s match ask the seller about the reason and make sure the answer matches the documents. For such suspicious motorcycles, VIN history report which tells about past accident and major repairs is absolutely necessary.

Classic car VIN search is a bit more difficult because the VIN is not found in standard locations and most car history reports companies do not have classic car data. What you need is check out classic car interest clubs for VIN history options. There, you will also find VIN location if you cannot find on your own. Most classic cars will be reconstructed to a great extents, with many of their parts repaired or replaced because of age of the vehicle. However, classic cars repairs are typically better done as compared with common cars because classic car enthusiasts put much love and passion in what they do. In addition, the risk to have the consequences of water damage is lower because or less electrical equipment as compared with modern cars. However, the chance the the car has been stolen at some point in the past still remains so getting a classic car VIN check is recommended.

VIN search and the Engine

On most vehicles, the VIN number is duplicated on the engine. However, sometimes the numbers differ, which occurs either after an overhaul or gathering the vehicle from stolen parts (most typical for motorcycles) or parts from junk vehicles. Always search for the VIN on the engine and make sure in matches the the primary VIN number. In case of mismatch, buy a car history report and see the vehicle for salvage history or thefts.

VIN Search through NMVTIS

VIN search at NMVTIS (www.nmvtis.gov) can give you the basic vehicle history data which includes title history, odometer checks and theft checks at a really low cost (2 to 7 dollars). The advantage of this vehicle VIN search option is low price and availability of reports for all vehicle types: motorcycles, trailers, cars. The drawback is limited car history data only to title, odometer and theft.

Boat VIN search (which is actually called boat VIN search) can be done on sites like Boatfax, Coast Guard and Boat History Report. The HIN is a HIN is a 12-digit number found of the

VIN search at DMV

Doing VIN search at the DMV is also possible For this, you may go directly to your local DMV office or visit your state’s DMV site. In both cases, a certain free for processing your request will be charged. However, online VIN search faster and more informative. Please, also note that DMV.org is a privately owned website, it’s not an official DMV site!

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