To find car specifications by VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), go to a website that decodes VINs, enter the number, and search. These websites present you with the vehicle's specifications after decoding the VIN. Web... More »

The vehicle identification number for Ford cars and trucks is a 17-digit series of numbers and letters that identifies an individual vehicle and certain aspects of the vehicle's construction. According to Ford Fleet, the... More »

A Ford vehicle's universal vehicle identification number, for all models manufactured after 1982, can be decoded by the user at Fleet.Ford.com. Vehicles produced prior to 1982 require contacting a Ford dealership for dec... More »

To perform a title search, begin by inputting the Vehicle Identification Number, or VIN, into the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System. Search for a title for free using the National Insurance Crime Bureau's w... More »

To search for car registration, begin by locating its Vehicle Identification Number, or VIN, and contacting a DMV office. Ask the state office to track the car's registration, and be prepared to fill out documentation an... More »

To check a car's vehicle identification number or VIN, enter the 17-digit letters and numbers into a VIN identification website, such as Edmunds, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or the National Motor V... More »

A Vehicle Identification Number, or VIN, indicates a vehicle's make, model, serial number, year and country of manufacture. The first character or group of characters in the number indicates the country from which the ca... More »