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Free VIN, or vehicle identification number, checks are available, as of 2015. Every automobile made has a stamped series of letters and numbers, similar to the Social Security number of an American citizen, to identify i...

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The National Insurance Crime Bureau maintains a free online VIN search tool, called VINCheck, that enables anyone to check a vehicle identification number against a database of stolen cars and a database of cars reported...

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the National Insurance Crime Bureau offer free VIN checks on their websites. To perform a VIN check, you need the VIN number, which can be obtained from the car or t...

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To obtain free car information by the VIN, access the website of the National Insurance Crime Bureau, and perform a VIN check to check the title of the vehicle. This process provides some basic information about the vehi...

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A commercial VIN check gives prospective purchasers of large commercial trucks a detailed history of the vehicle. Motivated sellers offer this VIN check to receive higher payment for their vehicles.

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It is possible to research a vehicle's VIN on Carfax or through Experian's AutoCheck, in order to find information about the car's title, accident history and mileage checks. These resources charge a fee to access the in...

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A VIN, or vehicle identification number, is a unique 17-digit alphanumeric serial number. This number is used by the automotive industry to identify each vehicle, motorcycle, moped, scooter and towed vehicle.

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