FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently asked Questions
What Is A National Vehicle Report?

A vehicle history report contains a range of information on a car, including previous owners, odometer readings, open recalls and damage, accidents or repairs. Our reports are designed to provide our customers with comprehensive vehicle specifications and history throughout North America.

Does National Vehicle Report Have A Report For Every Vehicle?

National Vehicle Report are available for ALL vehicles manufactured since 1981, when the 17-character VIN was standardized. There are some cases where we are able to retrieve data on vehicles older than 1981. Please speak with a customer service agent (live chat or by phone) to see if we can assist. You can look up trucks, cars, RVs, motor homes, trailers and more!

What Is A VIN?

VIN stands for Vehicle Identification Number. A VIN consists of 17 characters and serves as a unique identifier for a specific vehicle. At National Vehicle Report, you can use either a VIN or a license plate and state to get a National Vehicle Report.

Where Is My VIN Located?

A VIN can often be found on the driver-side door, near where the door latches as well as on the lower-left hand corner of the dashboard, in front of the steering wheel on the windshield. If you own the vehicle, you can find it on the title, registration card or insurance documents. If you need assistance connect with us on live chat or toll free.

Who Is A Vehicle History Report For?

National Vehicle Report can be used by anyone who wants to check the history of a used vehicle. You may use a National Vehicle Report Report to check the history of a car you’re about to buy, or a car you own that you’d like to sell to a private party. Shoppers feel more confident buying a used car once they know its history. Increase your chance of selling a vehicle by 23% by showing your buyers a vehicle history report.