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You can find your VIN on the vehicle title, the vehicle registration, and the insurance policy. If these papers would not be available, the VIN can also be found inside the vehicle itself. It can be seen on the dashboard on the driver's side and on the driver's side door. Learn more
The vehicle history report is generated and delivered instantly after purchase.
Your vehicle history report gets delivered over the Internet. You'll be able to print it and save it as a PDF file for your records.
CheckVehicle.net provides complete information on its vehicle history report. These include: vehicle specification, title data current and previous state, title issue data, most recent odometer reading (odometer history reading), brand assigned to the vehicle and date it was applied, salvage history, information from companies and auto recyclers and information from junk and salvage yards. Learn more
CheckVehicle's data comes from government sources and independent agencies. States, insurance carriers, and junk yards are required by law to report vehicle records to the these places. CheckVehicle.net provides instant access to this data over the Internet. Learn more
We support automobiles, buses, trucks, motorcycles, recreational vehicles, motor homes and tractors. The vehicle needs to be built after 1981. Run a VIN check
From 1954 to 1981, the standards for VIN is not yet accepted. As a result, different manufacturers used different formats. In 1981 the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration standardized the format. The standardized VIN allows us to maintain and query vehicle data for vehicles since 1981.
You can share CheckVehicle's vehicle history report by downloading it as a PDF file. You can also print a copy of this PDF for your records.
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