Vermont VIN Check

Free Vermont VIN Check

Used vehicles with a Vermont title sold by out-of-state dealers, or out-of-state sellers, require a VIN verification. VIN check is also required for new vehicles; has a Salvage Title; vehicles being titled under bond; and vehicles over 25 years old, when owner wants an “exempt title”. Lookup over 220 thousand cars registered in the state of Vermont:

Check VIN: gathers information on thefts, accidents, sales, titles, specifications, and more from official US government sources across the country into a database to provide free vehicle history to the public. Search based on the 17-digit VIN or the license plate number.

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Vermont Title Request

Request copy of vehicle title information is through DMV Records Request at the official Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles website.

Submit a Record Request Form to get title records. Payment of fee is required to obtain report.

Vermont Resources for Car Drivers/Owners

Vermont VIN CheckVermont is a state located in the New England region of the northeastern United States. It is the 49th most populous state, with a population of approximately 624,594 people. The Capital of Vermont is Montpelier, and the state is divided among 14 counties spanning 9,616 square miles. Vermont was the 14th state to join union in March 4, 1791. The largest cities in Vermont are Burlington, South Burlington, Rutland, Brattleboro, Essex Junction, Barre, Middlebury, St. Johnsbury, Montpelier, and Shelburne.

Statistics on Accidents, Theft and Disasters:

  • Number of cars registered as of 2016: 229,570
  • Vermont Highway Safety Alliance’s recent Annual Report stated a total of 57 fatalities occurred on state roads during 2015.
    • Impairment by alcohol, drugs or both were a contributing factor in almost half of last year’s fatal crashes in Vermont.
    • Approximately 30% of the reported fatalities failed to use or were improperly using seatbelts.
    • Majority of crashes in Vermont occur in Chittenden County, where Burlington, the largest city in Vermont, is located.
    • There were 11 motorcycle fatalities in Vermont during 2015.
    • Speed-related fatalities are trending downward, from 33 in 2012 to 19 in 2015.
  • The motor vehicle theft rate for Vermont in 2016 was 45.1 thefts for every 100,000 inhabitants. On average, there were 0.7 motor vehicles stolen per day.
  • Vermont has had several floods during its history, but their impact is rarely devastating. The most destructive flood to hit the state occurred in November 1927.

Other Resources:

  1.  Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles
  2.  Emissions and Safety Inspection Locations
  3.  Vehicle Safety Ratings
  4.  Vehicle Recalls by VIN
  5.  Automotive Market Values
  6.  Automotive Reviews

Why should I run a Vermont VIN Check?

  1. Check for accidents. Every year, approximately 6.0 million automobile accidents are reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
  2. Check for title brands. Flood, hail-damage, and salvage titles are examples of critical title brands.
  3. Check for special purpose designations, including taxi-use, rental-use, or police-use.
  4. Check for thefts. Lookup a VIN to check for an active theft or previously recovered theft record.

Run a Vermont VIN Check to uncover the full story of your next vehicle:

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