Vehicle Identification Number Search

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Vehicle Identification Number Definition

A Vehicle Identification Number, also known as a VIN, is a 17 digit alpha numeric code that vehicle manufacturers use to describe the make, model and design features of a vehicle. There are dozens upon dozens of detail that can be gleaned from a Vehicle Identification Number Search. You can even find license plate number and owner information.

DMV Vehicle Identification Number Search

There are a couple ways to lookup a Vehicle Identification Number. The first, and antiquated method, is to visit the DMV and request a VIN Number Search. This means that you’ll have to have to visit the DMV in person, take a number, wait in line and then hope that you have all the relevant information when you finally make it to the window.

Vehicle Identification Number Search Online

The second method to looking up a VIN number is to find an online VIN Decoder. There are a multitude of free VIN Decoders out there but very few will also give you access to driving records, owner information, recall and safety data and license plate information. With our resource you can quickly access over 2 billion records in just seconds. The best part about looking up Vehicle Identification Numbers online is you can do this from the convenience of your home or anywhere.

Additional Vehicle Resources

With our premium databases you can quickly access a multitude of vehicle records without having to visit the DMV. You can lookup driving and vehicle records by name, license plate or VIN number. All our vehicle database records are updated daily so you can rest assured that our information is accurate.  If you’re interested in signing up with our premium membership, we offer a 5 day trial for $2.95 where you can test drive our resources before committing.

Vehicle Identification Number Search
Vehicle Identification Number Search

2 responses to “Vehicle Identification Number Search

  1. I have been looking for the first car I owned before I went in the Army back in 1970. I still have the original bill of sale with the vin on it.
    Its a 1966 2door hard top Chevy SS Cheville. Problem is they ask for 17 digits. my vin is only 13 digits. Do I need to add the year 1966 to it at the end or the beginning or what number are I missing.
    I’d really like to find the owner and see if they’d be interested in selling it. If not I would love to know if it still around.
    Side note: I only paid $1,175.00 back than. 🙁

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