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Keith Griffin

A Free Service for Checking a Used Carís History

By July 3, 2008

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It's even easier (and free to boot) to learn more about a used car's history - especially if it's been flooded. The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has created a new Web-based service with information about insurance claims like flood damage and thefts for consumers called VINCheck. (Editor's note - this link has been updated since the original publication.)

NICB's VINCheck is a service provided to the public to assist in determining if a vehicle has been reported as stolen, but not recovered, or has been reported as a previously declared total loss vehicle by cooperating NICB members. To perform a search a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is required. A maximum of 5 VINCheck searches can be conducted within a 24-hour period.

"This is a step in the right direction, but because the information is limited, we still need federal legislation that would expand total-loss disclosure," said Ivette Rivera, National Automobile Dealers Association's executive director of legislative affairs, in a news release promoting the new website. "We would like all insurers and rental car companies to leverage existing technology, such as vehicle history reports, to keep dangerous, rebuilt cars and trucks off the road to truly protect consumers."

Image © NICB

August 24, 2008 at 9:26 pm
(1) Mackie Images says:

Thank you the report. It would indeed be great to see free car history reports. Matter of fact, it should be free..

February 27, 2009 at 11:57 pm
(2) Donna says:

That car history is not free, it links back to AutoCheck, which charges $14.99 for a vehicle history report.
(Editor’s note – Donna’s comment refers to another comment that has since been deleted. VIN Check is a free service.)

April 1, 2009 at 4:30 pm
(3) Vehicle History Report says:

Thanks for the great information.

April 27, 2009 at 8:57 pm
(4) Free Car History says:

Great this helps a lot, I wanted to do a vin check for a while now.

Thank you

July 26, 2009 at 9:41 pm
(5) nick says:

this is not a free site and i’m not referring back to anyone elses comment…it does refer you back to autocheck and it does cost 14.99

July 26, 2009 at 10:12 pm
(6) Used Cars Guide says:

How are you getting referred to another website? I’m confused. I just went back and ran a VIN and was not referred to another website. Drop me a note at usedcars.guide@about.com to explain what is happening.
Your Guide to Used Cars

August 5, 2009 at 12:10 pm
(7) TC says:

Not really free…is it?

November 15, 2009 at 12:28 pm
(8) j.m. says:

this is NOT free! they want to charge just like the rest, you should not even suggest it.

November 15, 2009 at 3:37 pm
(9) usedcars says:

J.M. – I have gone back and checked. This is a free service, when offered by the NICB. Other places, when you search Google, do charge, but not NICB. Also, the original link has been updated and works now. Please click on it to be brought to a free site.
Keith Griffin
Guide to Used Cars

December 1, 2009 at 1:34 pm
(10) jay says:

It’s free but extremely limited … In fact it’s sorta useless.

December 12, 2009 at 6:30 pm
(11) April says:

I agree with Jay, it might be free but the info is not very helpful. It doesn’t give hardly enough info.
I am trying to find out what kind of accident and damage my car had. I have noticed some issues with the front, right side. Tire wear, damaged rim, hood not lining up squarely and more. But chances are it wasn’t a total loss so this report was no help, I’m just as clueless as before!
I want to know if the car I will be driving my children around in will be safe. And it should NOT cost me to find that out!

January 28, 2010 at 11:15 pm
(12) K says:

Don’t we have the right as consumers to know what we are purchasing? Used cars should come with a complete car history report since the information is available! I hope this website can make it happen, because just knowing that the car isn’t stolen and it hasn’t been completely trashed doesn’t help much.

February 8, 2010 at 4:19 pm
(13) Lopez says:

I agree with K. Its ridiculous we have to pay to check car history. Later we get in trouble if we buy a stolen car. Makes absolutely no sense. Car reports and histories should be completely free.

February 20, 2010 at 1:05 am
(14) GARY says:


May 24, 2010 at 12:00 am
(15) AMANDA STONE says:

it would be nice if you could see the report for free. alot people dont have any where between 30

May 24, 2010 at 12:02 am
(16) amanda stone says:

it would be nice to see the report for free alot people dont have 30 to 60 dollars to see if their family is going to be safe in a vechile or not dont advertise free if it is not free!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

July 9, 2010 at 2:08 pm
(17) Eric says:

every one has the right to a free car history check as long as they want to go through the hours of research it might take to do so. if you want to try to search all of the databases that carfax or autocheck search i’m sure you could. you aren’t paying for the car history report your paying someone to find it for you and package it in a neat userfriendly way. you can’t just demand that you have the right to make someone else do everything for you.

August 31, 2010 at 10:04 pm
(18) Jennifer says:

yes….it is free to recieve informatin we proboly could have figured out ourselfs. It’s un-real how we are charged to see if our vehicle may kill us or someone else on the road becouse most car dealers are useless liers out for themselfs. “who cares if i sell this young mom of two a vehicle that in 3 weeks will stop dead in the middle of the highway almost killing her and her children. i got my pay for the sale!!” just un-real. Everything has a price tag on it. and noone with power to change it cares!
~injured and upset

December 12, 2010 at 5:35 am
(19) Jim says:

Is $30 really too much money to check out a purchase that will cost thousands of dollars? If it’s that upsetting to you, just find a car within your price range, say for $5,000, and offer the seller $4,970. I’d bet they’d be willing to take it.

December 12, 2010 at 5:48 am
(20) Jim says:

The report of the link DOES let you know if the vehicle is stolen and if it has been totaled for FREE. That’s useful information to have before you buy a car.

If you need the report, but you don’t have an extra $30 or whatever the cost is to make sure you are buying a reliable vehicle, maybe, just maybe you are not in the financial position to be buying a car in the first place.

March 25, 2011 at 1:12 am
(21) nette says:

so where are the free reports everywhere you go they are charging it back and forth it there really anything FREE

April 13, 2011 at 8:49 pm
(22) JAS says:

“… just maybe you are not in the financial position to be buying a car in the first place…”

Maybe, just maybe, there are those of us who’s car is now too old or it’s a better idea to get another car rather than repair, or in today’s economy part of the millions pulling on unemployment, and public transportation is making cuts that takes out a bus route that is anywhere near where you need to be, and need a car to get to interviews and can barely afford the gas it takes to put in the car… so those people are forced to buy from private owners rather than go to an overpriced car-lot that has to give you the history if asked.

It’s a shame that the system is set up this way so that someone can make a buck off of public record (if this information is public).

May 3, 2011 at 1:58 pm
(23) Robb says:

Very disengenuous-as if you didn’t know it wasn’t free.

These 3rd party sites get paid to driv traffic to the major vin reporting companies.
So no matter how many different site come up saying “free vin check”- they ALL COST- and inevitably lead you back to the major pay site.

TOTAL BS-Nice job lying to flks when you know damn well it’s not free. Yet somehow to you, sleep comes easy? WOW!

May 4, 2011 at 9:09 pm
(24) usedcars says:

@Robb – As I’ve said to other posters, this website does provide a FREE vehicle history report to see if the car has been stolen or salvaged. I think that is a valuable free service to have. Yes, it does offer a link to a AutoCheck, but it still provides you free information. I can sleep fine at night because nothing in this post misrepresents what this website provides. Where did I lie? I do know “damn well” that this is a free report.

May 20, 2011 at 3:32 pm
(25) Bill says:

You do provide a free service, but even you have to admit
it is misleading to say “Free vehical history report”.
A more honest phrase would be “Free Limited Vehicale Report”

May 24, 2011 at 3:08 am
(26) Danzarma says:

They are all bloody liars, aren’t they. Nothing is free in America!

May 29, 2011 at 7:44 pm
(27) TITO says:

never free

June 5, 2011 at 7:30 am
(28) gail says:

why do consumers have to pay for this information – do these businesses pay for it? Like your credit report – they can see info. you can not -This is highly docummeted info. It has to be reported to goverment, insurance and Mfg. (mfg. and dealership seem annoyed they had to tell me about the warrenty/recalls repairs done previously even as they were doing a second(3rd -I may never know) time on the same car!) – I will pay again for history report *see, I didnt know the one I paid for in 2009 was useless, I didnt know what to look for -I never had a money pit lemon before -then give it to dealership, send copy to mfg, witness their total indifference as they listen to my sob story – 99,800 miles -only 100 miles warrenty left – it had 65K when I bought it….. then give up, I have to be to work…so I can buy another car.

June 24, 2011 at 2:05 pm
(29) rita schmelzvik says:

free? NOT.!!!!!! Why not be upfront about it & quit the misrepresentation?

My own fault, I guess. No such thing as a free lunch, unless you’re going on Obama-mama care . . . and that is DEFINITELY not free either.

June 27, 2011 at 1:22 pm
(30) Tony W. says:


July 23, 2011 at 4:20 pm
(31) Shanz610 says:

Oh My Friggin Gawd…..People, get OVER yourselves and stop harrassing the man who specifically says the info the website provides is for stolen or total loss vehicles!!! If you don’t want to download, fill out and mail the government forms yourself, and you want detailed info handed to you on a silver platter instantateously, then pay the 15 bucks and shut the heck up!!

The only people who complain that nothing is free are those with what I call an “entitlement complex”, where they think they should not have to work or pay for ANYTHING because “others” should just give it to them. So, here’s a news flash folks – NOTHING IS FREE!!!! Either you pay for it directly or you pay for in taxes, because either way, SOMEBODY has to do the research for you, duh!

July 24, 2011 at 3:05 pm
(32) Ang says:

What a FRIGGIN WASTE OF TIME!!!!!! Yeah sure this crap is free but thats all you get out of it… CRAP! The stupid report tells you absolutely nothing at all! All it said was that my car was not in their dumb theft report and not in their total loss report. What would anybody gain from this info? Why does everything have to cost money? I can’t even find out what my car has been through. How am I suppose to know what quality of car I’m driving without having to pay a load of cash? That sort of money can be for something more useful like paying off every other money sucking bill out there. Oh an BTW why is this friggin thing called a “REPORT”? Give me a break… report nothin! It’s a couple of letters put together to form a waste of time and effort. This webpage is probably a 2nd graders computer project.

July 28, 2011 at 1:03 pm
(33) Han says:

Free my @$$!!!!

August 2, 2011 at 11:16 am
(34) Shanz610 says:

I’ll bet you wouldn’t complain about the report if it said that the car was previously stolen and recovered from the bottom of a friggin LAKE!! Or if it had been in an accident where the insurance company paid it off as totaled, then someone decided to fix it up and try to sell it to you with a bent frame!!!!

August 7, 2011 at 8:53 pm
(35) RODNEYAHOO.O says:


August 12, 2011 at 2:31 am
(36) dodo says:

you suck. this is not free, this is an advertisement for autocheck.

August 12, 2011 at 10:31 am
(37) Shirley Johnson says:

I just purchased a car fax report with Car Fax and did not get all the information that I see they have on an example one. I’m very disappointed with this. How can I get all the info and there is on the example that’s shown in their advertisement?
Shirley Johnson

August 13, 2011 at 1:19 pm
(38) G kimble says:

Thank you so much! That is just what I wanted to know; just if had ever been stolen, or in totaled condition. Glad to say neither came up!

August 20, 2011 at 3:28 pm
(39) Pastor Rick says:

This is not a free service. it provides known information then provides a handy link to another paid service for $14.95. 8/20/2011

August 20, 2011 at 10:07 pm
(40) usedcars says:

This does not provide “known information.” It is not readily accessible to the average person for free. Please read my entire post.
Guide to Used Cars

August 22, 2011 at 7:51 pm
(41) Tim Simmons says:

This is why I don’t use About.com, they let guys like this post BS! All he’s is doing is collecting money every time someone clicks the VinCheck link. This amounts to nothing more than SPAM!!

August 22, 2011 at 8:14 pm
(42) usedcars says:

If you don’t use About, then why are you posting a comment? I don’t post things just to collect page views. But, you have made me realize that the opening graf on this blog is too complicated for some readers to comprehend. I have made it simpler so people don’t feel they are being deceived. Thanks for your input.

September 2, 2011 at 12:49 am
(43) dave28 says:

its not free the only info u guys gave me was saying there were 25 reports and then asking to pay to view them u r lying in ur adds people need to know these things bout there car but ur to ignorant to care u make money just haven the site i bet so do us all a favor and shut this site down it does no good

September 13, 2011 at 8:36 pm
(44) Greg says:

In response to all the people who claim that NICB offers a free VIN check, this does not apply to VIN numbers that contain both alpha and numeric characters. This site only accepts alpha or numeric VIN numbers, but not both. What a joke!

September 16, 2011 at 4:02 pm
(45) Walter says:

not sure why everyone has such a problem with this free history search. yes, it does offer history free, even if it’s limited to whether it’s been stolen or totalled. and yes, it works on VIN numbers that have both alpha and numeric characters. if it didn’t work for you, I’d try again — maybe they had trouble with the site a couple of days ago. Just tried on one that is alphanumeric and worked fine. Thanks for the FREE info! :)

September 29, 2011 at 12:50 pm
(46) carolinel says:

The public paid for all the private information to be “PRIVATE” or ‘PUBLIC”…but you found way to steal those information right from the DMV, INSURANCE(S), CAR DEALERS, etc…than you got created a website dircting people to this other sites just so both, all of you make the money by making public beliving that they have to see history before they buy the next car…what a LIARS….you all work together just to RIP OFF THE PUBLIC, again and again….

September 29, 2011 at 12:57 pm
(47) carolinel says:

I do think that every citizen should be included and have a CLASS ACTION LAW SUIT against all of this sites…make them document how many millions they made of us, how do they get the information, who is selling our info, records, SS#, our Bank Account# etc….
I hope we get together and START A CONSUMER CLASS ACTION!

October 16, 2011 at 6:23 pm
(48) JJ says:

@carolinel – WOW!!! You are very, very scarey!

I am shopping for a car for my son and the info on the FREE site is very helpful. Many used car dealers will include a CARFAX report, but not private party sellers. At least with this FREE site I can make sure it isn’t stolen or a total loss!! Thank you for this very useful information!!

October 18, 2011 at 3:16 pm
(49) Robert says:

Really what did you find out for free that there were no reports on it jj or maybe it had 23 reports on it what Credit Card did you use????????

October 18, 2011 at 6:33 pm
(50) nunya business says:

Dude, do yourself a favor and take the site down. Most of these people will only be happy if you walk up to their f**kin’ door and hand them a f**kin’ carfax, free of charge. I understood exactly what you said, first time around, and I appreciate that. Yeah, I’d like to find it all for free myself, previous owners, insurance claims, title changes… ain’t gonna happen. So I’ll take what I can, and IF I decide to make a purchase, then MAYBE I’ll ask the salesman to “show me the carfax”. But wouldn’t it be something to find out it was a salvage vehicle – FOR FREE??!!?? Get a life, people. This guy’s only trying to help. You don’t like it? As Sir John Gilguid would’ve said, “go screw yourself”.

October 24, 2011 at 10:53 am
(51) Katharine Smith says:

This is not a free sight. It takes you to carfax and that is not free.

October 29, 2011 at 9:50 pm
(52) Da Man says:

I agree with the idea that the Car History Report should be the responsibility of the seller and must be mandatory.

The Car industry should be cleaned up. Selling is a noble profession and should not have rogues in it.

November 2, 2011 at 8:54 am
(53) Anneconex says:

Are you considering buying a new (used) car, or are just curious of your used cars history? You should check out AutoCheck! AutoCheck is a lot like Carfax: It gives you a detailed report about your car Ė any accidents it’s been in, odometer readings, major work, etc.

Score an AutoCheck Report (Requires Car VIN #) now by doing the following:

COPY & PASTE the following into a new Browser Window (Address bar):


After you copy/paste that into a new window, at the end of the link where it says VIN= put your VIN # afterwards (Example: &VIN=1GBxxxxxxxx). Hit enter and your AutoCheck Report will show up! It’s that easy! Good Luck & Make sure you share with your friends!

November 5, 2011 at 2:02 am
(54) John says:

If any of the people complaining read the article they’d figure out what the author wrote about. It is simple, you want to know if a potential purchase is stolen, or once salvaged-bingo-this site tells ya! Other than that, of course you’re gonna have to pay.

November 5, 2011 at 5:00 pm
(55) RevRaZz says:

The link left by Anneconex on 11/2/11 8:54am was very helpful


I copied & pasted link into Google search, but before searching I typed in the VIN. Searched, clicked on AutoCheck link and it brought up the report.

The report had alot of information, which was free. It shows dates and incident for Title and Problem Check, Odometer Check, Vehicle Use and Event Check, Full History and a Vehicle Glossary explaining problem areas. The site doesn’t go into problem areas for more detail, but I am very pleased with the results I got and yes, it was FREE!!!

Thank you Anneconex!

November 18, 2011 at 6:15 pm
(56) LILBA says:

I am with RevRaZz… Thank You Anneconex!!!! your link was much appreciated! At least I know where my car has been and what it has been serviced for! I hope everyone else uses the link I will be sharing with everyone! Very Helpful!

The link left by Anneconex on 11/2/11 8:54am was very helpful


I copied & pasted link into Google search, but before searching I typed in the VIN. Searched, clicked on AutoCheck link and it brought up the report.

This report is much more helpful then the one that was in the article, the article’s link was free just didn’t provide what I wanted to see but the link above did! Thanks again Anneconex!

December 7, 2011 at 4:10 pm
(57) Amy says:

All this tells me is whether the car has been reported stolen, or was written off as totaled. It doesn’t say anything about whether the car was damaged from a break-in. I checked my own car (that had to have the computer system replaced after a theft attempt), and it came back clean.

December 8, 2011 at 1:56 pm
(58) Steve says:

It says FREE VIN Check… what about FREE don’t you understand?

December 13, 2011 at 3:32 am
(59) Edward M says:

I found Carfax to be garbage and always recommend Vincarhistory.com which gave me much better results. But Carfax has the marketing so I’m sure someone will expect that, sh**ty service or not.

December 14, 2011 at 12:17 pm
(60) Greg says:

warning!! None of car reports are FREE!! NOT ONE !! Should be a law and fine for misleading advertisement.

December 18, 2011 at 11:10 pm
(61) DAVED says:

Thanks sooooo much Anne! Your link made me feel so better. I was riddled with anxiety about a purchase I am picking up in 4 days because of some unanswered questions, but this sites report answered them and put my mind at ease! Thank you so much for your time to put this on here! My family is appreciative!

January 23, 2012 at 7:26 pm
(62) WAYNE says:

What a great service.
The government should be backing this.

January 24, 2012 at 7:04 am
(63) Larry says:

Thank you Anneconex (#53). Worked and I got a FULL report. Many props to you my friend.

January 25, 2012 at 10:39 pm
(64) tryinto says:

Thank you Anneconex. Got a full report. Awesome!!

January 31, 2012 at 8:30 pm
(65) Peg Gross says:

This site is a total ripoff. I entered my credit card information, only to find that supposedly there was some issue and that I needed to log into their member site. Of course there is nothing on the home page indicating that you needed to set up an account. If my credit card is charged, there will be H$#(O! to pay.

February 2, 2012 at 4:36 am
(66) king says:

vin check is not free at all i think i will create my own and show them what free means

February 13, 2012 at 7:13 pm
(67) jimmy says:

wow they all lead to the car fax that u have to pay for its a “loop hole” they should be free

February 18, 2012 at 1:42 pm
(68) Jeff says:

A full vehicle history report should be made available by law for “free” to car buyers, sellers, lookers and every person who is involve in buying and or selling a used vehicle as it is a safety concern, consumer right, and of course just a better way to do business. It should be made mandatory to provide by sellers private or not. And definitely FREE for consumers to make an educated decision on buying a use vehicle. These so called free history reports provided by other sites such as NCIB whatever their names are very misleading and does not provide the information it leads to suggest. Of course it is good to know the car your buying is not stolen and have been thru damage atfer damage but, it does not make a person feel that it is reliable enough information to buy that used car. America is a free country but, nothing in it is FREE.

Please make this FREE full car history report happen…….

February 21, 2012 at 4:11 pm
(69) Kat says:

EVERY place I go to enter in a vin number to check out the car history of a vehicle i want to buy wants to charge me SOMETHING… Even when it says FREE. Which is crap. So I guess I will KEEP driving my paid in full piece of crap and then take bus to work. CAN’T ANYBODY HELP A PERSON ANYMORE WITHOUT GETTING PAID TOO. We AREN’T asking for a new car or a million dollars. Just a stinking report for free.

February 29, 2012 at 6:08 am
(70) Average Joe says:

Anneconex, it worked GREAT. Unfortunately, I don’t know if it’s no longer a valid link, or if it’s limited per IP address or proxy?

I checked a VIN couple days ago & worked, but as of today it no longer works. I get a a proxy error, “Unable to proxy Experian.” (AutoCheck is through Experian) No more joy. :-(

Even as little $ as a VIN check might be – EVERY dollar saved in this economy can go back into buying a car. I might not look at a car for a month at a time. $45 bucks once (for a month) might not be bad, but there have been times I’ve been looking for 3 – 4 months. That adds up!

But you definitely need to check the car history! EVEN when someone says the title is clean. The VIN that I was able to check… showed some… let’s call… “discrepancies”… in what the seller was telling me. Needless to say – I didn’t buy the car.

Anneconex (or anyone else) if you’re out there, and you’ve got another trick up your sleeve, people are listening and waiting!

February 29, 2012 at 7:41 am
(71) Joey says:

it is not free as no such thing as “free” once you enter it will sent you to the another link where you require to PAY!

February 29, 2012 at 8:12 pm
(72) Average Joe says:


if you’re referring to the link some of us are referring to that Anneconex posted – you’re COMPLETELY INCORRECT!

I used personally used the link Anneconex provided and obtained a FULL & FREE report.

March 5, 2012 at 4:24 pm
(73) Text says:

This link for autocheck is not working now. Anybody with other link?

March 14, 2012 at 2:23 pm
(74) Annon says:

What is wrong with all of you? It IS free, I just used it before even seeing this article. The article doesn’t say it give a full report. It says it will tell you if the car has been stolen or reported in a collision, which is does. This is mostly directed at the idiot that made some comment about the author being able to sleep at night whilst lying to people.

March 14, 2012 at 10:28 pm
(75) victoriouswon says:

Oh my gosh…bunch of freaks! For all of you crybabies who are flipping out about not getting ENOUGH FOR FREE, grow up. Be responsible for yourselves…take initiative and accomplish something on your own.

If you want to know about a car’s history just ASK THE DEALER FOR THE CARFAX. Any reputable dealer will provide one for free, and many have links to the Carfax reports for their cars with the listing. And if they won’t, be willing to walk away and keep looking.

And if that’s too much work for you then go to:

Choose one of the providers and get a report for anywhere from $3.00 to $10.00. And if you aren’t willing to pay THREE BUCKS for a report then you are just an idiot who likes to complain to random strangers online. And if that’s the case, please use spellcheck, because you sound stupid when you write things like “themselfs”.

March 22, 2012 at 6:27 am
(76) Jason says:

Yeah, nothing is free anymore we have to face that. I got burned once when buying a used car, so now I run a vin check myself no matter what the owner says. it’s just $10 at vinaudit.com

March 29, 2012 at 12:48 pm
(77) Bill says:

What are you all crying about?? This FREE vin check provides 2 MAJOR pieces of information for free. 1) Has this vehicle ever been reported stolen 2) Has this vehicle ever been declared a total loss. It will not give you service history, previous owners ect ect like the paid reports do. If you want this information for free be prepared to put in some work. Thats what Carfax did. They worked to get all of this information together into a nice neat little report for you and they want you to pay them for their work. Simple. You want a free steak you have to kill the cow, butcher it, and cook it. You want a free report you have to put in the leg work to gather the info.

April 10, 2012 at 8:19 am
(78) gsba says:

The Carfax check for total loss is not accurate. I own a vehicle which was declared a write-off in 2007. I repaired it and put it back on the road and it is still going strong. I ran the VIN on this site and Carfax report says no record of total loss. I am in Canada, maybe that is why…but won’t trust Carfax reports anymore.

April 16, 2012 at 9:23 am
(79) I HATE LIARS says:

This is a bull s**t website as everyone else said it IS NOT FREE. Hopefully getting enough bad comments someone shuts it down

April 25, 2012 at 10:13 am
(80) darby says:

omg.. look at all these people whining about how it should be free to know everything about your used car. don’t like it? buy a new car. can’t afford it? carfax charges 25 bucks for unlimited history checks. not everything should be handed to you, owning a car is a privilege not a right so…. quit expecting free crap all the time. ugh.

April 30, 2012 at 5:45 pm
(81) Amichell says:

Now if half of u that are telling people to stop whining about it not being free found out your car was no good you would feel the same damn way. It says leave your comment which is a personal opinion that everyone is entitled to so shut the hell up about them complaining they have every right to

May 5, 2012 at 1:09 am
(82) Honda Guy says:

I found a site that only charges $5.46..
I got one for my 92 civic, it looks legit..

Its some guy that offers them, but it takes 12 hours or less because he manually pulls them from some database that is free.. The about page was interesting…

June 11, 2012 at 12:26 pm
(83) BEST & MATTHEW says:

This is really B******* !!!!!!! this should be for free .This is complete exploitation of the general public .Imagine my friend and I have spent several days on the internet looking for a free information over an SUV we want to buy and we can ‘t get any information for free this is a highlevel of frustration .We are highly disappointed.Is it how to serve humanity ? Everything in life is not all about money !!!!!!!

June 29, 2012 at 6:13 am
(84) erik says:

what ever happened to false add laws,if not say its not free we will find out anyways.bunch of #%*@(%^ RAT WHORES

July 7, 2012 at 9:49 pm
(85) Upset says:

The information is useless given by the website. I wasted my time even reading the article. You have to pay for information on the vin number.

July 7, 2012 at 11:39 pm
(86) buddy says:

I’m starting to understand how obama got elected there really are so many morons in this country

July 10, 2012 at 2:00 pm
(87) Rob says:

I cannot believe all the people on here that feel so entitled, that they are owed something. People today are so lazy and unwilling to help themselves. Bring the car to a mechanic, like has been done over the history of car purchases….or do you also think that should be free…that the government should pay a mechanic to look at a car for you??
Lazy people are raising even more lazy, self entitled children who think the world owes them everything….get off your lazy butts and make sure your car is safe for yourself. Either pay a mechanic or pay someone to do your research….or, learn to do either yourself if you can’t afford a few extra bucks for a large purchase. This site offers something for free…not every piece of information…but something for free…and all I see is complaining for more, more, more….I deserve more…I’m owed more…take, take, take, free, free, free….get a backbone and some pride and take care of yourself . (ok, steping down from soapbox now ;)

July 12, 2012 at 8:06 pm
(88) grandpa says:

Anneconex …… Free? Nothing is free on any of these sites. The free ones were limited info. But…………….for for a whole one dollar, I did get what you could say was a car history report. It was from,
http://www.vehiclehistory.com/ The link for Anneconex no longer works.The businesses of America steal your info and you have to pay to look at it. What a joke. PEOPEL WAKE UP !!! We are slowly losing all freedom of anything!

July 16, 2012 at 9:38 pm
(89) skaizun says:

Even the pay-per-use services aren’t infallible. I ran my VIN through two such services, without paying for them. One said that my car, which I bought new and have never given or sold to anyone else, and has never been in a major accident or had any other major, reportable, problem, had 16 “items”, while the other said there were 25. Ridiculous.

And I disagree about VINcheck being useless: If you’re buying a used car, it’d be nice to know whether it was ever stolen or deemed a loss. That implies that it *could* have been wrecked, sold, auctioned, repaired (possibly poorly), etc.

However, I do agree that vehicle info should be free or at a nominal fee. It should be treated like the credit rating companies: One free credit report per year or upon refusal of credit. For a vehicle, one free credit report for a used vehicle up for sale at a used car dealership or at auction, public or private; for privacy reasons, such should not be made available for a private party sale, but could be obtained upon request and a small fee from the seller’s local police department or DMV upon proof of the sale (newspaper or car sale magazine ad, but nothing from the internet, as that can be faked).

P.S. One pay-per-use company offers a so-called “unlimited” service, but you get five VIN-based reports, along with unlimited plate/tag-based reports, the latter of which is ridiculous, because many people, dealerships, charities, and auctions, have the vehicle uninsured and remove the license plate upon transfer or when made ready to be sold, if only to avoid having to pay insurance on it. So, caveat emptor.

July 24, 2012 at 9:49 pm
(90) Bill says:

these people keep saying its worth spending 30-40 dollars to check the history of your car before buying……but what if you are looking at 2-3 different cars to buy….you have to pay each time..? The unlimited version expires after so long, then your not in market for a car anymore so its no longer of any use to you. I think every car lot…new, used, buy here/pay here should be required to provide that service for you free of charge. Besides, it makes them stand behind what they are trying to sell as well.

July 26, 2012 at 3:38 pm
(91) eddy says:

i just did mine and it didnt cost me a thing, mind you it just said that the vehicle was never stolen. does anyone know where there is a free website to check for liens.

July 27, 2012 at 7:59 am
(92) Kimbo says:

Great way to check out a vin

Montgomery is awesome!!

July 27, 2012 at 10:44 pm
(93) John says:

Tried VinCheck and it wasn’t FREE so don’t know where this comes from. It is more or less a promoter for other clients.

August 1, 2012 at 3:52 pm
(94) brian says:

vincheck does cost you, it is not free for the complete report, which is what people need to see, not just that they have 18 reports on the vehicle.

August 6, 2012 at 3:28 pm
(95) scott says:


August 8, 2012 at 9:02 am
(96) alma says:

It is not free!

August 10, 2012 at 9:52 am
(97) Stephen says:

I am appalled by the entitled morons who commented here. The man says right in the article that the site tells you if a car has been stolen or totaled. Why would you expect someone to put up a website and give away full information for free? Would you offer your own services for free to any caller? I bet you’d be a busy person. If you need a report for “free”, why not demand it from whomever you are buying the vehicle? It’s in their interest to do so if they want to sell it to you. If you don’t like that, then YOU make the calls and visits to the DMV yourself.

August 22, 2012 at 1:23 pm
(98) L. Jones says:

Here is the real deal. No matter what site you go to, most of them say Free VIN# report. You go and type in the #, and they offer a sample report (which is not the car you are looking at). Then in order to look at the report for the car you are looking at you have to pay a fee for it. If the car has been stollen or claimesd on insurance as a loss, that is nice to know. But what about the drive train, or the Lemon Law, or how many times it’s been in the shop for motor work. Those are the things I need to know. I have seen anywhere from $1 for 1 car to $70 for unlmited cars for 30 days. All of the sites that say FREE VIN REPORT send you to a pay first page. I’m not saying it should be free but if you say it is free then it should be free. I know a lot of work goes into making these sites, but they do not charge the dealers or the machanics a fee for the information. They (the people working on the car) are requirded by law to enter it into the data base, any time a car is serviced.

August 26, 2012 at 7:01 pm
(99) Vickey says:

This is not a totally free site. This refers you to another site, which wants to charge $14.99 for a complete report. This is false advertisement.

September 1, 2012 at 10:23 pm
(100) Brandy says:

Wow, did any of the complainers actually read the whole THREE PARAGRAPHS before they tried to do the vin check? He tells you it only checks for theft and insurance loss, not all the specs. I mean, I read them, and I didn’t feel disappointed at all that the site only told me what the guy told me it was going to. Go figure..

Do your homework.

September 6, 2012 at 8:28 am
(101) K says:

The point is…… integrity in advertising. If there is no free option for this service, fine! It’s the wasted effort and time pursuing false claims that makes me angry! Anyone not offended is a punk.

September 18, 2012 at 1:49 pm
(102) paul says:

This is a total rip off! It is NOT FREE! This just loops back to a pay for VIN site. Shameful.

October 2, 2012 at 12:29 pm
(103) John says:

It’s free, It tells me the main question : Was it salvaged, also tells if they have a report of theft. Why complain about these guys for trying to offer some info?

October 2, 2012 at 8:57 pm
(104) CARSON CHURCH says:


October 4, 2012 at 10:47 am
(105) Kyle says:

I hear you buddy I can’t believe I actually wasted my time and read all the comments, although some were entertaining.
Vote for Obama again he has more free stuff for you the aliens will pay for it. that’s why we’re going to Mars to get the money.

October 15, 2012 at 7:34 am
(106) Shane says:

Since when has $14.95 been classed as FREE. If you are going to put up (and I quote) A FREE SEVICE FOR CHECKING A USED CARS HISTORY. Then make the @&&$Ä•+ thing Free. Arseholes.

October 18, 2012 at 6:52 am
(107) Brad Pyne says:

Simply, a lot more sources of incidents and cheaper. Very satisfied

October 23, 2012 at 7:58 pm
(108) Margaret says:

Thank you I know a lot of people are complaining. But it was good information to get, it would be nice if you could go to one of the other sites and get a little information about your car, like where it was originally bought from or any little information would be great. LOL

October 28, 2012 at 3:46 pm
(109) Fail. says:

Thank you ignorant web surfers. Due to your lack of intelligence I have come to realized how dismal the future for mankind is. A majority of the comments above display not only the lack of ability to understand but also the ability to string a writer by a noose for attempting to share information. Whether you are able to replicate the results of the writer is dependent upon your own abilities. As evidence to this demeaning comment some of you should take the time to read the comments. Grammatical errors are all over the place. Good to know the world is STILL filled with people willing to flog others for attempting to share information. Whether his information was lacking detail or completely inaccurate did not require you people to deal YOUR SENSE OF JUSTICE out by bad mouthing the writer.

October 30, 2012 at 2:39 am
(110) Robby says:

I’ve been using http://www.VinDataCheck.com , They offer cheap VIN Reports. Much more cheaper than Carfax Vehicle History Reports.

November 25, 2012 at 9:30 pm
(111) mic says:

Need to figure out the meaning of the word FREE.

January 2, 2013 at 10:12 pm
(112) JerryIA says:

Free right, this dud gets paid by this company if you purchase this report, do some research this marketing scam.

January 4, 2013 at 6:34 am
(113) usedcars says:

I do not receive any compensation from any vehicle history reports company. I’m bound by journalism ethics that would require me to disclose if I did.

January 8, 2013 at 10:39 pm
(114) scott says:

the National motor vehicle title information service (NMVTIS) has approved several sites that can provide title and vehicle history info. The fees vary but this one http://www.add123.com/ cost $2.50 and will give you the basics including any reported accidents, etc. the same as Carfax. The only thing it doesn’t give is maintenance records like service records but for a fraction of the cost of CarFax it’s worth it. Also, the link provided by Keith on this website does give legitimate title and salvage info for free but you have to make sure you click on the free site link and not one of the advertisers on the page who charge for the info. I saw several sites on the NMVTIS approved list that did charge $14.99 but the “add123.com site is the cheapest at $2.50. Hope this helps some folks.

January 10, 2013 at 3:00 pm
(115) Paul says:

The free service provides 2 answers… 1st has the vin entered ever been reported stolen and 2nd has the vin entered ever been reported written-off

The option of $15 will tell if there is outstanding monies owning on the vin entered.

January 20, 2013 at 10:26 pm
(116) COMPUTERTECH says:


January 23, 2013 at 3:20 pm
(117) COOPER says:


January 23, 2013 at 10:15 pm
(118) Consumer says:

Really? Lying just to get email addresses to spam

February 7, 2013 at 3:44 am
(119) SoCal Law says:

i do agree with you!

February 16, 2013 at 11:17 am
(120) Rosco DD says:

NOT FREE – The free part is not a VIN check. When using a stolen car VIN – Comes Back CLEAR. Always reports OK. Only the Fee based checks are returning real information.

FALSE ADVERTISING for CarCheck / AutoCheck they all link back to the same pay as you go site.

February 17, 2013 at 9:25 am
(121) Vlad says:

salvagedb.com salvage cars database

February 18, 2013 at 2:15 am
(122) Wayne Garsky says:


March 7, 2013 at 3:53 pm
(123) Bill says:

The price of a check is not that much but I think if something is said to be free then by God let it be free. There’s way too much misleading anymore. Probably the reason for so much anger.

March 8, 2013 at 9:28 am
(124) alwarid says:

Actually I found this link very helpful. You will never get a FREE full vehicle history report. Even the very basic reports cost money. The reason is that there are a lot of people working to prepare these reports. They collect data from multiple sources and most of the companies that produce vehicle history reports have paid subscriptions with NMVTIS. So, for ďFREEĒ; the link provided in this article is absolutely useful. Note: I work in this field. I have a website that provides NMVTIS reports translated to Arabic language the link of my website is:


So, I know what Iím taking about.

March 18, 2013 at 5:47 am
(125) Donna says:

This info gave me the basics to know if I wanted to go another step with a car salesman. I have found that if you deal with a reputable dealer and have a serious discussion on a car that the dealer will provide a carfax report free of charge.

March 22, 2013 at 3:43 am
(126) Dele says:

please can you advise me on the most suitable car history report I can subscribe to on yearly basis and that covers cars from Europe, USA, Canada, etc.
The issues is that Nigerian buys a lot of used vehicles from this country but most of them are already tampered with. We need a valid ways of knowing exactly what you are buying into so as to stop these bad trend.

March 30, 2013 at 7:01 am
(127) Name says:

I’m guessing that until the laws are changed we will continue to get raped by the dealers and auto industry in general even for over things as important as the safety and legal sale of vehicles. The same laws designed to force sellers to disclose information for the sale of a home need to be assigned to car sales as well.
The dealers look at it like this – if you don’t have $30 to $60 dollars to ensure your families safety then maybe you shouldn’t be purchasing a car at this time…………. unfortunately you don’t always get to chose when the time is right to buy a new car… sometimes the time is now… and every dollar counts…. Their attitude should fall more along the lines of “we stand behind the safety of all our vehicles and assure the consumer that all vehicles are legal sales other wise dealer assumes responsibility”

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(128) Silvia says:

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April 27, 2013 at 8:03 pm
(129) JERRY DUVALL says:

Hey, go to vehicle history.com do the address e-mail address on right hand side. It will give you complete report Ė really nice, only place I found

April 28, 2013 at 3:41 pm
(130) Mike Pleeks says:

Thanks for wasting my time checking out these sites – HELLO – THEY ARE NOT FREE – HELLO THE AREN’T FREE – please rename these site
as pay for the info sites !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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June 18, 2013 at 2:24 am
(134) Led @ maxliner-usa says:

Nice to know, never thought there’s a service like Vin check, this is very helpful especially for those who are fond of buying and selling cars.

June 25, 2013 at 3:21 pm
(135) HAROLD says:

one person said is 30 dollars to much for such a large investment BUT WHEN U SAY FREE IT SHOULD BE FREE

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(136) Terrance says:

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July 12, 2013 at 1:52 pm
(137) Deb says:

I wanted to check if a car had been in an accident. Unfortunately this website doesn’t provide that info. Otherwise, I can see the value in this website.

July 27, 2013 at 5:58 pm
(138) Melissa says:

This is not free. I get so tired of these websites saying it’s free to get the history on a vehicle. It only gives the info about the make of the car. ( NO HISTORY) This website sucks.

July 28, 2013 at 6:36 am
(139) Dime Cams says:

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July 29, 2013 at 2:03 pm
(140) Jeremey says:

Clearly, no one is understanding what the site is used for. https://www.nicb.org/theft_and_fraud_awareness/vincheck

That is the site this article is pertaining to. What it does is check the vehicles vin history to see if it was stolen or if it was totaled by insurance. I just recently found out my car was totaled by insurance so now everything makes sense why my car has a misalignment in the rear end. It won’t tell you everything you need to know, but it tells you the basics of what you want to know. The fact that it tells you, clearly on the website that whether or not the card you’re going to buy is stolen and/or totaled is enough to make a financial decision. And if it really bothers you that much to go find out what was done to the vehicle, ask the dealership yourself. They can provide that information for you. If they don’t provide that, then it’s probably best you don’t buy from there.

Be smart before you attack someone who’s trying to help you. They may never want to offer you help again.

August 7, 2013 at 3:55 am
(141) Henry says:

Even the Carfax is also a joke. I subscribed for a reports Carfax account and was only able to get one report. Their system is saying that my account has been deactivated and I should contact them BY EMAIL. I sent them email several times but they never get back to me.

August 13, 2013 at 7:14 pm
(142) VictorM says:

I believe what people are upset about is the fact that the title of this article states that you can get a cars history for free. coupled with the fact that there are literally hundreds of links stating the same thing but in fact you eventually have to pay. People are just tired of being tricked into reading the article. sure, its sorta good limited info to get for free here but the author new damn well what he was doing in titling this article. its ridiculous to say that he didn’t mean to trick you into reading the article with that title because you know he did. If you don’t understand what I am talking about, then go do a search and try to find a free vehicle history report. then after spending an hour being misled, maybe you will get it. boo to this article. sorry, good info, wrong way to attract the reader.

August 19, 2013 at 2:28 am
(143)  says:

You have well said about carís history. I think this Web-based service will definitely be helpful for all of the carís owners.

August 20, 2013 at 9:43 pm
(144) Britt says:

Seriously NOT ONE car report is free! Car accidents are supposed to be public records right? If it says “major damage” from an insurance company it could be in reality just the damn hood but wouldn’t you appreciate knowing the truth. AUTO CHECK IS AWFUL!

September 1, 2013 at 10:45 pm
(145) Michael Solomon says:

I had just gone to the VINcheck site and received a message that I had
received the maximum number of VIN searches for a 24 hour period.

That statement is totally erroneous, since I have only requested 1 (one) verification within the last 24 hours.

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September 2, 2013 at 2:48 pm
(147) car says:

VIN check tells you if car has been stolen it does not give history. I can’t find one site that is free for a vin history. they say FREE and offer a ‘promo’ if you order 1 you get a second one free etc.

September 16, 2013 at 11:57 pm
(148) Alexandra Garcia says:

I got a pretty extensive vehicle history report FREE on RecordAccount.com

September 22, 2013 at 11:44 am
(149) T says:

useless I want info not that it has been reported to theft or total loss I already know that

September 26, 2013 at 2:37 pm
(150) Bill says:

The NICB.org VIN check for stolen or totaled vehicles is free. I just did it. That is all it claims to check.

ADD123.com runs a complete check for $5. It has a 100% good reputation from webutation.com and others. I just tried that, but I got a ‘system down’ message, so I’ll try again later.

October 11, 2013 at 10:16 am
(151) Angie Kingston says:

Do not go to Vehicle history record’s site. they claim to only charge $1.00 and they charged $14.95 to my credit card-what a scam.

October 12, 2013 at 9:05 pm
(152) cc says:

this site is nothing more than a scam, you should be shot, stone, burned and hung, lying thief

October 15, 2013 at 3:29 pm
(153) Ed Cawley says:

You are the same as other scam there is nothing free, and my time is not
So I will keep this short, it will not give you a free honest report, and I can
Prove it should all be reported to cyber police lair lair

November 26, 2013 at 2:57 pm
(154) pringlescan says:

Comment number 146 has the right idea and was much more useful and insightful than any information contained on this website.

December 26, 2013 at 7:27 pm
(155) joe says:

This sight just told me my car wasn’t stolen. I ALREADY KNEW THAT, WHAT A JOKE OF A SIGHT!

January 15, 2014 at 4:31 pm
(156) TBALL says:


January 17, 2014 at 1:37 am
(157) michael says:

wow Kieth thanks for wasting 10 minutes of my life. Delete this!!!!!!

January 23, 2014 at 2:35 pm
(158) Don says:

Why do you say things are free when they are not?

FREE means FREE = not 6.95. not 1.95 but FREE

Why is that hard to understand?

February 3, 2014 at 4:19 pm
(159) CJ's Car America says:

There’s definately a lot to know about this subject.
I like all the points you made.

February 6, 2014 at 8:29 pm
(160) free says:

this is NOT FREE

February 10, 2014 at 8:23 pm
(161) Harvey Dover says:

Your article said that it is a free service. IT IS NOT. I TRIED IT AND YOUR SITE WANTS 6.95 FOR ONE OR 14.95 TO JOIN. If you offer something for free , it should be .

February 14, 2014 at 10:29 pm
(162) mike says:

This site is not free !!!!!

February 15, 2014 at 1:28 am
(163) Austin says:

im takin this to my lawyer to look at cuz this site says FREE IT IS NOT FREE and he will let me know what to do from then on so bye liars of a site

February 15, 2014 at 1:34 am
(164) Austin says:

Im taking this big lie right to my laywer!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOT LYING BYE

February 15, 2014 at 1:38 am
(165) vvnn says:

Dont even email me!

February 17, 2014 at 5:30 pm
(166) Mike says:

Useless ,all the free section showed me was the model body style and age. No actual history.
A waste of time .

February 21, 2014 at 10:17 am
(167) Darcy Hardy says:

This is not free….another scam to get your information and trick you into paying!!!

February 23, 2014 at 6:19 pm
(168) Mary says:

Its NOT FREE! :/

February 23, 2014 at 9:46 pm
(169) BEE says:

it is not free! Misleading headline!

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(170) auto repair shop sugarland texas says:

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March 3, 2014 at 7:10 pm
(171) Craig says:

I just tried all of these….THERE IS NO free reports. The best I saw was “there are 18 items for your car”. In order to see them, you must purchase the report. Just saying “FREE IS NOT REALLY FREE!!”

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March 29, 2014 at 8:55 am
(173) CAROL says:

After an hour of research found NOTHING FREE except bare essentials – even the “hack” doesn’t work so don’t waste your time. I’m trying to see what accident info the vehicle we’re trying to sell will show to us OR prospective buyers so we BOTH are informed.

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May 1, 2014 at 1:22 pm
(175) Bradley says:

Why are you putting is add up saying you can check your vehicle for free ? It’s not for free at all. When we have recall on are vehicles and have hard time with the GM company in the first place. Thanks a lot..

May 4, 2014 at 10:11 pm
(176) cc says:

scam, not free

May 8, 2014 at 1:33 pm
(177) Lu says:

It seems to me this car fax info is as big a lie as the dealers can be. Nothing free here!!!

May 11, 2014 at 6:18 pm
(178) Shannen says:

I literally just did it, it’s free…

May 18, 2014 at 7:53 pm
(179) trevor says:

your a dickhead,3 times I tried your site ane 3 times it asked me for money,do not advertise FREE assistance if your assistance is not for FREE.

May 20, 2014 at 2:05 pm
(180) car dealership insurance says:

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May 20, 2014 at 2:45 pm
(181) Tina says:

Are you all really that angry or just need something to fuss about? If you paid the money and still fussing you’re an idiot, if you didn’t pay the money and fussing you are an even bigger idiot. Just shut up and move on, if your biggest worry is talking bad about something not being free then your lives are either way to easy and you need to get a job because you have to much time on your hands or you are really just a bunch of idiots. And if the ones that followed that non working link above did not see that as advertising also, well I suppose you all are the biggest jackasses of them all. So suck it up butter cup and do it yourselves. Just ridiculous, spoiled people.

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