What Are Some Ways to Check the VIN of a Recreational Vehicle?

Visit DMV.org to request a recreational vehicle history report using the machine's vehicle identification network. The report reveals information such as disclosed damage, accident reports and recall history. Another site offering VIN checks is VinAudit.com.

DMV.org offers comprehensive VIN checks on RVs as well as other types of vehicles.

  1. Visit the website
  2. Visit the DMV website and click the header labelled "Buying & Selling."

  3. Run a vehicle history report
  4. Hover the mouse over "Buying & Selling" and click "Vehicle History Reports."

  5. Enter the VIN
  6. Enter the VIN in the blue box under "Get CARFAX Reports." Fill in the billing information. Reports vary in price depending on the information needed.

One alternative to Carfax is VinAudit.com. The site is easy to use, and getting a report only takes a few minutes.

  1. Visit VinAudit.com
  2. Visit the website and click "Vin Check" at the top of the page.

  3. Enter the VIN
  4. Enter the VIN number of the RV in the box provided. Click "Check History."

  5. Enter payment information
  6. Enter the payment and billing information in the spaces provided.

  7. Print or download
  8. After making the payment, download or print the report.

The prices and content of these reports vary and are subject to change without notice.