Free New Hampshire VIN Check
Floodings in New Hampshire are becoming more frequent and powerful at an alarming rate. Coinciding with this, vehicles being sold without damage disclosure are on the rise in the state.
Before purchasing a used car in or out of New Hampshire, having a vehicle history report with you can point you in the right direction.
Run a free New Hampshire VIN Check and get your vehicle history report instantly. Simply enter your VIN below:
VinCheck.info gathers information on thefts, accidents, sales, titles, specifications, and more from official US government sources across the country. These information are collated into a database to provide free vehicle history to the public. Search based on the 17-digit VIN or the license plate number.
New Hampshire Resources for Car Drivers and Owners
New Hampshire (nicknamed the Granite State) is the 10th least populous US state with a population of 1,377,529. It is located in the northeastern portion of the Mainland US. The state spans a total area of 9,349 square miles, making it the 5th smallest US state. Its capital is Concord, while the largest city is Manchester. There are 489,224 automobiles registered in New Hampshire as of 2019. The average car insurance cost ranges between $389 (minimum) and $1,275 (full).
New Hampshire DMV
The New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles offers vehicle registration and title services in New Hampshire. Car owners must visit one of the department’s offices to avail of these services:
- Request Motor Vehicle Records
- Apply for Motor Vehicle Driver’s License
- Inquire about Mandatory Liability Insurance
New Hampshire Title Request
One way of getting vehicle title information from New Hampshire DMV database is by visiting New Hampshire DMV ‘Title Search’ page. Complete a Release of Motor Vehicle Records form and send it in person or by mail (along with the $20 payment) to this address:
NH Dept. of Safety
DMV – Title
23 Hazen Drive
Concord NH 03305
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 a New Hampshire VIN Check?
Check for accidents. Looks can be deceiving. Behind a facade of beauty may lie a ticking time bomb. Whether as a result of past traffic collisions or some other reasons, you don’t want to court death by riding on cars that are in very bad shape. A VIN check can help you uncover the status of any used car you are dealing with. According to the 2019 IIHS report, New Hampshire’s crash fatality rate was lower than the national crash fatality rate (0.73 vs 1.10 per hundred million vehicle miles) in 2019. Of the 90 fatal traffic crashes recorded for the year, 101 people were killed.
Check for thefts. According to the FBI’s 2019 Crime in US reports, New Hampshire had a total of 893 recorded vehicle thefts just for the year 2019. It would be wise to stay vigilant of any potentially stolen cars. Get yourself a free vehicle history report by VIN to confirm any theft status at this instance.
Check for title brands. Flood, hail damage and salvage titles are title brands that provide clues about the severity of past damages. As of January 2021, the state was not mentioned in any state ranking in terms of major disaster declarations. Nevertheless, it pays to be wise about the cars you plan on buying as they may come from states with severe weather conditions.
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 New Hampshire VIN Check to uncover the full-story of your next vehicle.