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... More »

A free VIN check to determine if a vehicle has been reported stolen or is a salvage vehicle can be conducted at the VinCheck website. VinCheck is run by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). More »

A relatively simple way to check a vehicle registration for free is to ask the person or dealership selling it for a vehicle history report. You can also consult websites such as CarFax.com and MotoSnoop.com, though you ... More »

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The National Insurance Crime Bureau allows the public to check the vehicle identification number of motorcycles and other vehicles online to determine if the vehicle is stolen. Once the requested information is entered i... More »

Ford's official website offers a vehicle identification number lookup tool that is free to use for all visitors - simply enter the VIN in the tool?s search box and then click on the Submit button. To locate the tool, vis... More »

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... More »

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Look up a vehicle's VIN using a free VIN search service, such as the one provided by the National Insurance Crime Bureau, or paid services such as Carfax and VinCheckReport.com. A VIN search returns information such as w... More »