Vehicle History Reports

Can you supply me with the VIN for a vehicle?

We are unable to access the VIN number of your vehicle but we can certainly help you locate it.  A VIN Number also known as the Serial Number or Chassis Number consists of 17 characters. If the vehicle is older than 1981, then the VIN number will be less than 17 characters.

Here are the most common areas and ways to find your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN):

  1. Check around the lower left-hand side dashboard (behind the steering wheel) of your vehicle.

  2. Check by the side of the driver’s seat on the door frame as a sticker

  3. Check the rear wheel rims on your vehicle’s mainframe.

  4. Pop the engine hood and check the front engine for a metal plate with VIN.

  5. Check the wind-shields and vipers from outside your car for VIN.

  6. Check behind the spare-tire.

  7. Contact your manufacturer, dealership, or previous owner of your vehicle.

  8. Check the documents like DMV registration, Insurance forms, lease records, and other important documents like dealership delivery documents.

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