There are many trusted websites that offer VIN decoding services, including Chevy truck VIN numbers. National Motor Vehicle Title Information System recommends some approved VIN data providers on its website vehiclehistory.gov, including CheckThatVIN, instaVIN, titlecheck.us by Auto Data Direct, VinAudit and VINsmart. These VIN data providers charge between $ 3.50 and $ 6.99 for a single VIN check, as of 2015.
General Motors’ Service and Parts Operations also offers downloadable and printable VIN cards for Chevrolet cars and trucks manufactured by GM from 1972 through the present on its website, service.gm.com. Select 1960 through 1971 Chevrolet car and truck VIN cards are also available on the same website. Additionally, General Motors Heritage Center offers VIN decoding services, body plate and trim tag codes and photocopies of available product literature for vintage Chevrolet cars and trucks for a fee of $50.
The VIN cards offered by General Motors’ Service and Parts Operations contain information about the VIN system, world make and manufacturer identifier, gross vehicle weight rating, brake system, body style description, engine information and plant codes. An appropriate VIN card can be used to easily decode a Chevrolet car or truck VIN number if the year of manufacture of the vehicle is known.
Another way to decode a Chevy truck VIN number is to use free VIN decoding services offered by websites such as vindecoder.net, decodevin.org, vin-decoder.org and northamericanmotoring.com.