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 »

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 »

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 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 »

The best way to check a vehicle identification number (VIN) is to access the VIN located inside the driver's side windshield and then visit the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System website. Click on "Purchase ... 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 »