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A vehicle with a significant flaw that the manufacturer or dealer has attempted to fix numerous times may receive a lemon branded title under lemon car laws.
State laws vary, but a vehicle that has been submerged for a specific amount of time has suffered water damage and may receive a flood damage branded title.
When a car is stolen and thieves roll back the odometer, the DMV will issue an odometer rollback title. There is no way of ever telling how many actual miles are on the car.
A car that suffers hail damage (even just cosmetic) may receive a hail damage branded title.
When a junk or salvage vehicle is fully repaired, and the DMV approves it for legal use, they may issue a rebuilt tile so that any subsequent owners will know the car’s history.
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We have one of the best, most comprehensive, and up to date VIN reports.
Yes, our coverage for vehicle records extends to all 50 states.
Yes, as one of the few approved National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) data providers, we offer one of the most comprehensive vehicle history reports available.
Yes, our vehicle history report will show and check if the vehicle is stolen.
Yes, our vehicle history reports show open safety recalls in the US so you can be sure you are getting the safest vehicle possible.
Using a VIN check or vehicle history report, you can check the vehicle’s accident history. A branded title may indicate an accident. However, not all accidents are reported, so even if the car looks clean, have a mechanic check the used vehicle over before buying.
A VIN decoder breaks down the 17-digit unique identifier (VIN), which can also be found on a window sticker, to extract information such as where the car was manufactured (country, plant, etc.), the engine type, the model year, and other details. For example, the first three numbers represent the World Manufacturer Identifier (WMI) and can tell you the vehicle manufacturer and the country of origin. Numbers 4 through 9 are called the vehicle descriptor section or the vehicle identifier section. This area tells you the vehicle specifications, such as the engine size and type, the body style, the assembly plant, and the model year.