Free Alabama VIN Check
Alabama’s northern part is one of the most vulnerable to tornadoes while the southern part is frequently exposed to storms. For this reason, auto insurance rates may be higher than the national average. You need a car you can rely on without spending too much on repairs. If you’re buying a used car in or out of state, make sure you know its vehicle history. Make sure you run an Alabama VIN check.
Run a free VIN check and search for records from over 2.2 million cars registered in Alabama and from the rest of the country.
VinCheck.info gathers information on thefts, accidents, sales, titles, specifications, and more from official federal and state government sources across the country into a database to provide free vehicle history to the public. Search by VIN (17 digits) or the license plate number.
Alabama Resources for Car Drivers and Owners
Alabama (nicknamed Yellowhammer State) is the 24th most populous state with a population of approximately 4,863,300 people. Located in the southeastern region of the United States, Alabama has 67 counties spanning 52,419 square miles. The largest cities in Alabama are Montgomery (capital), Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, Tuscaloosa, Hoover, Dothan, Auburn, Phoenix City, and Gadsden.There are 2,109,108 automobiles registered in Alaska as of 2019.
The Motor Vehicle Division of the Alabama Department of Revenue is the equivalent of the department of motor vehicle (DMV) in other states. You need to go to this department if you want access these services:
- Request Motor Vehicle Records
- Apply for Motor Vehicle License
- Inquire about Mandatory Liability Insurance
Alabama Title Request
You can also obtain vehicle title information through the Alabama Vehicle Information Check System. Run a title lookup or request at the official Alabama Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle Division (ADOR-MVD) website below:
Enter a VIN or a title number to retrieve title information. This is a fee-based service that requires a $95 annual fee for subscribers and a $6 per-record fee for non-subscribers.
Other Resources for Car Drivers/Owners
- Emissions and Safety Inspection Locations
- Vehicle Safety Ratings
- Vehicle Recalls by VIN
- Automotive Market Values
- Automotive Reviews
Why Should I Run an Alabama VIN Check?
Check for accidents. Some cars sustain damages so extensive they become unsafe to ride. Make sure to buy a car with reliable and safe parts for the road. A VIN check covers minor and major accidents, especially those covered by a police report. According to the 2019 Alabama Crash Report, a total of 159,102 traffic crashes were reported in 2019. In 851 fatal traffic crashes, 930 people were killed. Alabama’s crash fatality rate was higher than the national crash fatality rate (1.32 vs 1.10 per hundred million vehicle miles) in 2019.
Check for thefts. According to the FBI’s 2019 Crime in US reports, Alabama had a total of 12,577 incidents of motor vehicle theft in 2019. Watch out for stolen vehicles that are being resold in the used car market. Run a free car report by VIN to check records of theft and theft recoveries.
Check for title brands. Flood, hail-damage, and salvage titles are examples of critical title brands that you need to watch out for before buying a used car. The state is prone to tropical storms and hurricanes, and most of the state is located in a region of tornado alley known as “Dixie Alley.” Alabama ranks as 7th most disaster-prone state with 79 major disaster declarations from 1953 to 2017. As of January 2021, however, the state ranked 12th with 93 major disaster declarations.
Check for other critical information and records. Our free VIN check offers a range of crucial checks including:
- Vehicle Specifications
- Safety Ratings
- Market Value
- Fuel Efficiency
- Warranty/Manufacturer Recall
- Title Records
- Sales Records
- Lien Records
Run an Alabama VIN Check to uncover the full-story of your next vehicle.