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Locate the car's vehicle identification number. The VIN is located on parts of the car's body and frame. ... Perform a vehicle history search using the VIN. ... Evaluate the vehicle history report for title problems. ... Call your local Department of Motor Vehicles and provide them with the car's VIN.
Vehicle title information, which is a little bit different from real estate titles, are not public records. Real estate titles are in the public records systems, the courthouses have all the documents. It takes a long time research, 10-15 hours to research a real estate title, but vehicle titles are not public record.
The government sells public citizen financial information. ... When you register car or transfer the ownership, the price is reported to the DMV (among other things, for assessing the sales tax). Thus, it becomes a public record, which data mining companies like KBB have access to.
Using the car's Vehicle Identification Number, you can use services such as Carfax.com, vehiclehistory.com and Cardetective.com to look up information on the car's history, such as an accident history, but you will not find previous owners' names. ... "That is the simplest way to find out a vehicle's owner history.
Using a Car Title Search Provider. Use a government based title search. In some countries, such as the United States, you can check a used vehicle's history through an online database. For example, in the USA, you can use the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System, at http://www.vehiclehistory.gov/.
Non-personal information contained in motor vehicle and driver license records such as vehicular crash records, driving violations and driver status information are considered public information.
Using a Car Title Search Provider. Use a government based title search. In some countries, such as the United States, you can check a used vehicle's history through an online database. For example, in the USA, you can use the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System, at http://www.vehiclehistory.gov/.
CARFAX and AutoCheck A single CARFAX report costs $39.99, while AutoCheck charges $19.99 for a single title search.
You don't need your registration to find out the title number of your car. You can simply find it on the Certificate of Title itself. It's normally printed at the top or bottom of the document. But, the title number doesn't contain any valuable information about the vehicle or its owner.
Go to the U.S. Department of Justice's National Motor Vehicle Title Information System website to complete a title search. Click on the link that reads "Check Vehicle History." Choose from the listed companies which one you want to use to complete your title search.
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