Washington VIN Check

Free Washington VIN Check and VIN Lookup

The internet is full of information. Any used car buyer can research a vehicle online instantly. In spite of this, used car fraud is still rampant. Many buyers simply don’t use available information online. For example, if you are buying a Washington registered vehicle, you can run a free Washington VIN check.

Run VinCheck.info‘s free VIN check now and instantly look up over 2.9 million cars registered in the state of Washington:

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VinCheck.info gathers official information on thefts, accidents, sales, titles, specifications, and more from federal and state government sources across the country into a database to provide free vehicle history to the public. Don’t have a 17-digit VIN? Search our database by license plate number.

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Washington Title Request

Here are some ways you can get vehicle title information in Washington State through the Department of Licensing (DOL):

  • To check if the title is valid and clear of lien holders, call 360.902.3770. (DOL will not provide specific details about the vehicle.)
  • To check if the vehicle has title brands, send a completed Vehicle Record Request form to [email protected]. (Use the form only for vehicle you own or have owned.)

The VINCheck.info vehicle history report is a great source of information about the vehicle title. Run our free VIN check to search for:

  • Potential title brands issued by state DMVs against the title. A “title brand” permanently associates a potential issue related to the vehicle.
  • Vehicle liens records that indicate if a finance company may have a claim to ownership of the vehicle.

Washington Resources for Car Drivers/Owners

Free Washington VIN Check ToolWashington is officially referred to as State of Washington. It is located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States; its capital is Olympia. Named after the first US president, Washington was the 42nd state to join the Union. The state has a population of about 7 million people residing in 39 counties spanning 71,362 square miles. The largest cities in Washington are Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Vancouver, Bellevue, Everett, Renton, Federal Way, Spokane Valley, and Yakima. Spokane Valley, and Yakima.

Statistics on Accidents, Theft and Disasters:

  • Number of cars registered as of 2016: 2,935,656
  • Accidents (Source: 2015 annual report of WA Department of Transportation.
    • A total of 117,053 motor vehicle accidents were reported in 2015.
    • 49,505 resulted in injuries and 551 resulted in fatalities.
    • Among all persons involved in fatal or injury collisions, motorcyclists, pedestrians and bicyclists are much more likely to be the person killed or injured than drivers or occupants of motor vehicles.
  • Motor Vehicle Theft (Source: 2016 crime report from the FBI)
    • 32,286 thefts in 2016 at a rate of 443 thefts for every 100,000 inhabitants
    • Seattle had the most number of thefts, with 4,128 thefts in 2016.
    • Motor theft increased by 20 percent in 2016 compared to 2015.
  • Natural Disasters/Hazards
    • Flooding is the costliest natural disaster in Washington, one of the states that are prone to floods. The risk is highest in floodplain areas.
    • Twelve or more earthquakes are felt out of over 1,000 earthquakes that occur in the state; they cause damage occasionally.

Traffic Safety Performance (Core Outcome) Measures*

*Source The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
and the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) (See Publication: DOT HS 811 025)
**2017 State Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) Data is Not Yet Available
***Based on the Highest BAC of a Driver or Motorcycle Rider Involved in the Crash

****Washington Data: State Survey
*****On March 11th, 2014 GHSA and NHTSA agreed on bike fatalities as a newly required performance core measure

Other Resources:

1. Washington 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 Washington VIN Check?

  1. Check for accidents. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports about 6 million automobile accidents every year.
  2. 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.
  3. Check for special purpose designations, including taxi-use, rental-use, or police-use.
  4. Check for thefts. In Washington State, 88.4 motor vehicles are stolen per day as of 2016. Check an active theft or previously recovered theft record by VIN search to make sure you are not buying a stolen car or a car with stolen parts.

Run VinCheck.info’s free Washington VIN Check now to uncover the full story of your next vehicle:

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