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Use our simplified VIN check to find out where your vehicle has been before you buy with an affordable, comprehensive vehicle history report.

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So what IS  a VIN?

A VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) is a unique serial number used to identify individual vehicles by the automotive industry. 1981 and newer cars and light trucks will have a 17 digit VIN. Vehicles manufactured before 1981 may not be able to perform a VIN check.

Where do I find my VIN?

Finding your VIN can be a bit tricky. Most VINs are located in the lower left corner of the dashboard. You can read this number by looking through the windshield. Also check inside the driver-side door, where the door latches. You can find the VIN on the vehicle’s title, registration, or certificate of insurance as well. Once you have located your VIN, enter it into the VIN lookup field.

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