Why do we provide the VIN report for FREE?
We know that you have been searching around the internet for a real free car history report, and you couldn't find them. We were frustrated with the landscape of free information on vehicles online.
Often times, we found ourselves hopping from site to site, trying to make sure we don't end up with bad deals and sometimes, we did. We felt that there has to be a simpler way to obtain these information and paint a better picture without leaving the site. Therefore, we took it upon ourselves to find a better solution. We created VinFreeCheck.
Unlike other "Free VIN Check" sites, we do not just decode your VIN specification and ask you to pay for the detailed vehicle history report. You can perform a free VIN check on your vehicle, and we will give you a full VIN report with no string attached for free. If a full report is not available, we will provide a basic VIN report that does 4 title brands check instead of the full title brands check.
Now, it may not be super comprehensive like CarFax or AutoCheck, but we do have comprehensive records of car being sold in from year 2000 onwards. We only make money through providing developer API and Advertisement on our site.
What's in the Free Vehicle History Reports?
Decode your VIN, and provides you the most accurate Vehicle Specification Information.
Salvage/Junk Title Check
We check your VIN against our own Canada and United States Salvage Title database. You can find out whether you Vehicle came with a Salvaged title or clean title
Vehicle Collision Check
We check your vehicle against our flooded damage, and accidental damage database that collects data from 50 states of United States
Realtime Market Pricing
VinFreeCheck scans all the car listing sites across North America to give you the most accurate pricing, preventing you from overpaying for a vehicle.
We fetch all available odometer records from from state Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) or auction sources. You can manually examine the sequence of reported odometer readings to determine if there are any potential discrepancies.
Detailed Vehicle History
We also fetch your vehicle historical records in chronological order from state DMV, and multiple auction and police sources.
Where to find my VIN Number?
You can find your VIN through the lower right of the windshield, and under the hood of your front engine.
As for Motorcycle VIN, you can lookup your VIN on the motorcycle frame, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration requires all "two wheelers" or "three wheelers" or ATV to have the VIN displayed on the frame.
You can also do a VIN lookup or VIN number lookup on your insurance card/policy. You can learn more on how to locate your VIN from our guides as shown on the right side.
Locate Your Car VIN Number
VIN is an important piece of information you need to have. But where do you find it on your car? This guide is aimed to show you the different locations you can find the VIN of your CarLearn More
Locate Your Motorcycle VIN Number
Every motorcycle manufacturer display the VIN on different locations. The vast majority of motorcycles we came across display the VIN and frame number on the right side of the head stock tube.Learn More
We have ran more than 100,000 FREE VIN Reports
These are what people saying about us
“Looking for a car and didn't know where to begin. Vin Free Check real time market pricing saved me from overpaying, Thanks guys :)”
“The salvage and title checking are real! It may not be as comprehensive as the CarFax or AutoCheck Reports..But hey! it's free - i will always check it with VFC before buying an actual report”
State Based Informational Guides
We have compiled a list of state specific guides for you. Feel free to check them out.