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VIN Records Check - Only  $19.95   

EACH REPORT CHECKS FOR:

Whats included (when available).

  • 250 Brands Checks

  • Major Accidents

  • Lemon Cars

  • Salvage & Flooded Cars

  • Odometer Rollback

  • Title History and Duplicate Titles

  • Total Loss

  • Flooded Cars

  • Air Bag Deployment

  • Gray Market Trade

  • Undisclosed Lien

  • Theft (USA, Mexico, and Canada)

EACH REPORT CHECKS FOR:

Whats included (when available)

  • 250 Brands Checks

  • Major Accidents

  • Lemon Cars

  • Salvage & Flooded Cars

  • Odometer Rollback

  • Title History and Duplicate Titles

  • Total Loss

  • Flooded Cars

  • Air Bag Deployment

  • Gray Market Trade

  • Undisclosed Lien

  • Theft (USA, Mexico, and Canada)

How do VIN checks work?

When we run a VIN check for you, we search for all records in the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System that are associated with your unique VIN. The NMVTA maintains vehicle history information from a variety of sources. States, insurance companies and salvage yards are required by law to report information in a timely manner to this system so that up-to-date, comprehensive information is available quickly and easily. More about NMVTA

Why is a VIN check necessary?

You may want to run a VIN lookup check for the following reasons:

  • To know more about the history of your vehicle

  • To find out if there are problems with the vehicle’s title

  • To perform an informal assessment of vehicle value

When buying a vehicle, running VIN lookup  reduces the risk of intentional fraud or unintentional misinformation by providing all available information. As a seller, it increases your confidence in a sale and helps ensure that you’re providing a vehicle with a clean history.

What is a VIN Lookup?

The VIN Lookup is a colloquial term that refers to checking a used vehicle's history to gauge whether or not you should buy it. It is also referred to as a Vehicle History Report. However you label it, it is an integral part of the used car buying process.

Shopping for a used car can be a daunting task. Even when you find a few that look good, you never really know what you're getting into. Someone looking to sell might be withholding valuable information such as a previous accident or an odometer problem, and you might not be able to tell just by looking at the car or driving it around for a bit.

That's where the VIN Number Lookup comes into play. Every vehicle built after 1981 has a unique 17-character alphanumeric vehicle identification number (VIN). You can think of it as a car's fingerprint. Every time an accident is reported to the insurance companies, the car changes owners, or anything else occurs with the automobile, it goes into the DMV database. From the very first registration until the last renewal and everything in between...all of this vital information is stored.

The VIN Lookup, or Vehicle History Report, allows you to tap into this vast database BEFORE you purchase the car, so you know exactly what you're getting into. All you need is the VIN, which you can request from the current owner. Using this sequence, you can get a VIN Lookup report from Carfax or Autocheck, two leaders in the automotive industry.

What will the report tell you? Hidden problems such as persistent mechanical issues, odometer tampering, fire or hail damage and severe damage. Other pieces of information on the VIN Number Lookup include DMV transactions, ownership transfers, mileage readings and vehicle specs. Everything you need to know before you make the final decision will be included in your vehicle history report.

So if you're in the market for a used car, remember to perform a VIN Lookup using the vehicle identification number first...you'll be glad you did.

David Bloom is a contributor to many automotive sites, including VIN Lookup and VIN Number check, among others.

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