WHAT IS A VIN NUMBER?
Every vehicle is assigned a unique identification in the form of a serial number by the
manufacturer. This unique identification number is called “Vehicle Identification Number” or VIN.
No two vehicles even of the same make, model, and model year can have the same VIN for
legal purposes. Every VIN number is made up of a 17-digit serial code, where information about
where the vehicle was manufactured, year, make, engine specifications furthermore are
encoded. Several vehicle manufacturers have been using VIN in America since the 50s for
keeping production records but the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA
) made it a quality regulation in 1981. Now all vehicles and vehicle manufacturers encrypt the
body of every vehicle with a 17-digit one of a kind VIN for tracking and identification purposes.
What is Vehicle VIN Number?
A VIN is a 17-digit unique serial number used for identification and registration of a vehicle. Without a verified and unique VIN, the ownership of the vehicle cannot be proved legally. Here is a quick brief of what information is stored in your VIN number:
Why a Vehicle VIN is Important?
What is a VIN Verification Database?
The areas of functionality concerned with DMV are driver registrations, vehicle registrations, certification of vehicle ownerships, vehicle law enforcements like DUIs, Theft, fraudulent document related crimes, VIN duplications, and license-plate forgeries. DMV vehicle inspectors are sworn officers of the law enforcement units of the state, who record, recover, and assist in the investigation of vehicle-related crimes and maintain an updated repository of VIN history at all times.
The data from banks and vehicle loan lenders is especially useful because it can save the owners of new or used car owners thousands of dollars. There had been hundreds of cases where the newly bought used car was repossessed by banks or dealerships due to unaccounted for lien and loan history. Therefore we made loan checks an integral part of our vehicle history reports, to save the consumers from any unpleasant and negative used car purchase experiences.
How to Create a Vehicle History Report?
Vehicle history reports are generated with the assistance of each unique VIN. These vehicle history reports are generated by many sources like dealers, lease organizations, maintenance stations, Insurance companies, state, and federal authorities. These history reports are vital to evaluate how much your car is worth. With the assistance of these vehicle history reports many important factors like salvage, depreciation, lease payoff, past ownership manuals, and other significant aspects of a vehicle history can be checked. Using a service like Vehicles Report ensures that every car owner has instant access to a legitimate VIN number and generates a comprehensive, user-friendly, and reliable vehicle history report for every used car seller.
There are hundreds and thousands of cases where the VIN from already salvaged or junked vehicles are reused to mask the identity of vehicles used for criminal activities. Many luxury car owners do not pay attention to this vital factor for consideration and are therefore subjected to thousands of dollars of loss on account of forged car market value estimates. A lot of times existing owners are not aware of their unique VIN being duplicated without their knowledge which can put their vehicle value in question and reduce its market value. It is important for all car owners and used call sellers to check for VIN duplications from time to time in order to ensure their safety and maintain their real car worth.
Under the safety regulations of several federal and state vehicle safety protocols
establishments like NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) and MOT
(Ministry Of Transportation), vehicle manufacturers all over North America are required
to organize regular safety recalls for every vehicle. Vehicle history reports by
www.vehiclesreport.com checks for open recall status and a complete recall history
for each and every unique VIN vehicle.
The knowledge of open recalls of a vehicle is first and foremost to ensure the safety of
the vehicle owner and the lives of their loved ones. A vehicle with several missed or
open recalls is more likely to have services and maintenance lapses. If you own a
vehicle and are not sure about all it’s standard recalls history, you can generate a
vehicle history report and catch up on the past open recalls. Open recalls are also
responsible for the reduced performance of a vehicle and safety of a vehicle. If a
prospective buyer runs a history report check on your used car for sale before you do
and finds out open recalls, this can either result in a huge drop in your asking price or
decline of the purchase altogether.
➢ Total Loss: To check if the vehicle had been junked or salvaged.
➢ Title Washing: Check if the real vehicle history is “removed”, by the new state sales method.
➢ Reconstruction: To check if the vehicle is sold after reconstruction from total loss.
➢ Flood damages: To check if the vehicle has any invisible flood damage history.
On account of accidents, manufacturer faults, or service misconducts the vehicle can be marked as dangerous for use and called a junked or total loss vehicle. We strongly recommend all used car owners and users to check their VIN number for junked or total loss history. It is not only to secure you from the loss of your vehicle investments but also to ensure the safety of lives.
Accidents are unfortunate incidents. Nevertheless, they are a real part of life. A lucky
used car may not have any accident history and a lucky used car owner knows about the
accident history of their vehicles. www.vehiclesreport.com checks each and every
vehicle for all-around and complete accident history and its damage report to determine
the true worth of your car. The used car you are about to purchase may have a hidden
or reduced accident damage history report. If the vehicle is presentable and passes a
quick drive test around the block, a non-technical buyer has no way of finding out about
the real accident history of a vehicle and can end up losing their hard-earned money.
Similarly, a clean and clear regular repairs history record is necessary to build up the
market value of your vehicle. It is an indication of a well-serviced and well-maintained
car that not only yields a higher sales value but adds time to the lifespan of a
vehicle. If you are not sure about the repair history of your vehicle, you can start by
finding out its maintenance history, which can improve your repair methods and help
your current service providers to the repair needs of your vehicle.
In a poll with our 500 millions of satisfied customers, we found that vehicles sold outside of their state of manufacture can have unaccounted for weather damage history. Because a consumer of a hot state may easily overlook the weather damages of a cold state vehicle and vice versa. Therefore, we have made weather damage history a compulsory part of all our vehicle history report, to save them thousands of dollars worth of repair cost and hundreds of hours worth of trouble.
Can I Verify VIN for my Vehicle?
- SUVs (Sports Utility Vehicles)
- Jeep/Safari rovers
- Station wagons
- Pick-up trucks
- Commercial vehicles
- Light trucks
- Family cars
- Off-road vehicles
- Service Vans
- Classic vehicles
- Hybrid Vehicles
- Sub-compact cars
- Sports cars
- MPVs (Multi-purpose Vehicles)