How to check a vehicle? In three simple steps you’ll be able to find all the information on the vehicle you might need

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Why choose Vehicle Reports?

Claim Alerts

Vehicle report established the Automobile Insurance Anti-Fraud and Theft registry (M.I.A.F.T.R), to increase the tracking of claims and the level of protection offered when buying a used car. Previous insurance claims will be revealed in the report we offer you.

True Mileage

Sometimes the Mileage of a vehicle may be rolled back or reversed, this is usually done to make a car more attractive to potential buyers. Our vehicle history reports expose the true mileage of the car.

Pending Financial Alerts

The Vehicles Report relationship with insurance and financial institutions results in almost instant responses when checking the financing status of vehicles. Our reports helps you see the loan/lien status of any used vehicle.


Never buy a vehicle without an auction VIN check!

Auctions are popular places to find good prices for used vehicles online, coming primarily from the United States and Canada, but also from the rest of the world. Using our Auction VIN Service you can get a secure and accurate auction history on any vehicle. Our goal is for you to know every detail of the vehicle before you buy it. We are the only site that shows auction photos in our reports for many vehicles.

Works for any vehicle!

We consult reliable data sources to check any type of vehicle!

We have reliable data for all types of vehicles: cars -including vintage cars, heavy trucks, and many more!
Classic cars
We provide information collected from the most respected and trusted data providers and industry experts. We obtain our information to generate our vehicle history reports from the following data sources, including but not limited to:

Benefits of checking your vehicle's history


Odometer register
We obtain all of our mileage records from the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), and Federal databases. Each report contains detailed mileage records along with service and title details when available.
Market value
Obtain information on the value that is usually given to the vehicle, including specifications on what time of year is best to sell or buy.
Owner history and service records
Find out how many owners the vehicle has had, the location, and the length of ownership. We present your vehicle records in chronological order, including the location of where the events occurred.
Vehicle specifications
Get detailed vehicle specifications such as body color, engine, fuel, transmission, safety, options added by the manufacturer, etc.
Record of accidents and salvage
Check out crash records, which are provided by state agencies and trusted partners in the auto industry. View salvage auction information, including vehicle date, location, mileage, and damage.
Title history and brand check
Get more than 70 current and historical title “marks,” including negative marks such as scrap, salvage, rebuilt, or flood damage.

VIN inquiry can supply your needs

View crash records provided by trusted state agencies and automotive industry partners. View information on salvage auction listings, including vehicle date, location, mileage and damage.
See estimated market values ​​for used and new vehicles, based on historical vehicle sales history.
Over 150 data points to describe your vehicle, including photos, body color, accessories, safety features, and more
Theft of a car can reduce the value of the vehicle. Look to see if the vehicle you are buying has any past theft records.

Carfax vs Vehicles Report

Vehicles Report and CarFax use the same authentication sources to generate their vehicle history reports. The main differences between both sites are the following:

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A vehicle history report is valid forever, that is unless new amends should be required to be added to it. Once generated it can be printed and kept as a record or shared. A copy is sent by email and is accessible online at any time.
All manufacturers of all types of vehicles across North America are required by state and federal laws to assign a unique 17 digits VIN number for each and every vehicle they manufacture. Without a valid and verified VIN (vehicle identification number), you will be unable to prove the ownership of your vehicle legally. If you are in possession of a vehicle new or used, you absolutely have a VIN number on your vehicle. Here are the most common areas and ways to find your vehicle identification number:
a) Check around the lower left-hand side dashboard (behind the steering wheel) of your vehicle.
b) Check by the side of the driver’s seat.
c) Check the rear wheel rims on your vehicle’s mainframe.
d) Pop the engine hood and check the front engine for a metal plate with VIN.
e) Check the wind-shields and vipers from outside your car for VIN.
f) Check behind the spare-tire.
g) Contact your manufacturer, dealership, or previous owner of your vehicle.
h) Check the documents like DMV registration, Insurance forms, lease records, and other important documents like dealership delivery documents.
A VIN number or vehicle identification number is a 17 digits unique series number. This number is mandatory for each and every vehicle and is assigned by the vehicle manufacturer. The VIN of your vehicle tells you the following information:
a) The state location where your vehicle was made and is currently residing.
b) The identity of your vehicle manufacturer , model and detailed specifications.
c) The serial number, body type, chassis number, model, transmission, engine variety, and other specifications of your vehicle.
d) The security code of your vehicle’s manufacturer.
e) The whereabouts of one of the many plants of your vehicle manufacturer, where your vehicle was produced.
f) The vehicle serial number or production line series.
According to the state and federal laws, it is illegal to change, tamper with, or alter your VIN number. It is also important to check for a VIN duplication after parts or accessories of your vehicle have been replaced.
As mentioned in California Vehicle Code Sections 10802, 10803, and 10750: VIN Tampering- Illegal Sales, Possession, or Alterations of Vehicle Identification Numbers (VINs) is a federal crime and is punishable by the court of law. This misdemeanor can get you up to three years in prison, in addition to a penalty of up to $25,000 dollars. and CarFax use the same resources for authentication of vehicle history reports while charging 60% less than what CarFaX charges for the identical report for the same services and offering that CarFax offers. Our vehicle history reports never expire and are yours to keep. You can access the vehicle report using the digital link provided on my reports page. Carfax reports expire after a period of 30 days, requiring you to make an additional purchase if you wanted to access the data again. Another great reason to use “Vehicles Report” and save yourself money. also gives its user options of sending reports via email and/or receiving an official copy of the vehicle report shipped to your mailing address. When requesting a copy of the report, a bill of sale form is included for all customers in order to conduct a safe transaction.