A vehicle identification number check produces important information such as the ownership history of a vehicle, the history of past maintenance and repairs, and the car's accident history. People also carry out VIN chec... More »

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In many cases, a VIN or serial number may be located on vehicle's plates or stickers, old insurance or registration cards, or repair records from a dealership. The identification or serial numbers of classic cars vary by... More »

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. More »

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A vehicle identification number (VIN) is required in Canada to register a vehicle in addition to other required documents, such as proof of ownership, proof of insurance and a new vehicle information statement provided f... More »

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Looking up a VIN number at a DMV gives valuable information, such as sale and ownership history, accident history, liens, damage from floods, improper odometer settings and whether the vehicle classifies as a lemon. Each... More »

The information attached to the VIN number of a used car can be found by obtaining a vehicle history report, according to DMV.org. Many online companies, such as Carfax, offer VIN number checks to determine the history o... More »

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... More »

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