Each DMV Vehicle History & Title Report checks for:
Frequently Asked Questions
You ask questions, our job is to answer them.
Where can i find my car's VIN information?
A VIN number records can be found on: The driver's side door, a sticker or a metal plate. The lower corner of the windshield, on the driver's side of the vehicle. Your vehicle title and registration. Your insurance card.
How do i get a vehicle history record?
You can download the most up-to-date vehicle records with DMV.com, or visit your local DMV. A comprehensive VIN history report will protect you from any foul play from a seller, such as: reversing the odometer, not disclosing previous repairs, or hiding accidents that may have damaged the frame or the vehicle.
How to sell your car with a VIN number check?
Preparing to sell your vehicle requires providing car info by VIN to potential buyers. Prospective buyers who obtain a VIN number report will get through information about the vehicle and it's condition. As a seller, you can then effectively address any question or concerns regarding the sale, and also get closer to your asking price.
What qualifies for a refund?
DMV.com stands behind the data provided & we provide refunds in the case of any error in title data is not correct as evidenced by a copy or proof of such data error from a state title document.
Why is my credit card showing a charge for a report that I did not receive?
If you ordered a report for a VIN for which no data was available you may see an authorization on your credit card for the amount of the report you requested. This is an authorization only & will be released by DMV.com within 24 hours. Hold times may vary by individual banks.
Is this a one-time charge?
Please be assured that the charges for a single or multiple Vehicle History & Title Reports are one-time charges. There are no monthly automatic charges or fees. You are only charged for the reports you specifically purchase.
Where does your vehicle data come from?
Vehicle history information comes from many sources including records on file from NMVTIS, state DMV, police records, fire & insurance records, data aggregators as well as many other proprietary sources.
What is NMVTIS?
The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) was created through the Federal Anti-Car Theft Act of 1992, to help protect consumers from fraud & unsafe vehicles & to keep stolen vehicles from being resold.
Why did I receive the message 'No Data Available'?
You did not receive a report, & will not be charged, because DMV.com does not have enough information for the VIN you requested. You may see an authorization on your credit card for the amount of the report. This is an authorization only & will be released by DMV.com within 24 hours. Hold times may vary by individual banks.
What is the purpose of NMVTIS?
To learn more about The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS), visit the NMVTIS vehiclehistory.gov website.
Who operates & manages NMVTIS?
The U.S. Department of Justice is responsible for oversight of the implementation & operation of NMVTIS, & works in partnership with the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA). AAMVA has been the operator since 1992. To learn more about NMVTIS visit the vehiclehistory.gov website.
How much will it cost to obtain NMVTIS information on a vehicle?
Cost for NVMTIS vehicle history reports vary & are determined by individual service providers. The Anti-Car Theft Act requires that the system be funded through user fees & not dependent on federal funds. For this reason, NMVTIS has been designed as a fee-for-service system.
How to Order Arkansas Vehicle History Reports
A VIN number lookup will give you all of the necessary information you need to successfully purchase or sell a vehicle in the state of Arkansas. When you look up VIN numbers through an online system, you will receive a report that has information including vehicle specifications, accident history, a safety report, car title information and more. These details can be very helpful in determining whether or not the vehicle is safe, along with estimating the appropriate value of the vehicle.
Ordering a VIN Code Lookup Online in Arkansas
If you want a VIN lookup done quickly without having to put in much time and effort, ordering an online VIN number check is your best option. This online method will provide you with a report instantly, and it is guaranteed to provide you with all of the vehicle history information you may need. One you receive the documentation, you will have access to it in your online account for 90 days, and you will also receive links via email to easily view the information.
The online option for checking VIN numbers is popular because it is very convenient; you can receive the information you need quickly, and from the comfort of your own home. You do not need to fill out extensive forms and send them in through the mail, and then wait for the information to be sent back to you.
Obtaining a VIN Number Check by Mail in Arkansas
Vehicle owners can request a VIN number report by mail by sending a written request through the Office of Motor Vehicles. This written request must include the reason for the vehicle history report, and vehicle specifics, including a description of the vehicle, the license plate number and the vehicle VIN number. You must also provide a copy of your drivers license and the appropriate fee. This must all be sent to the Arkansas Office of Motor Vehicles before your request for looking up the VIN number on a previously owned vehicle is considered.
If you want to see a VIN report for a car you are interested in purchasing, and you do not wish to use the quick and instant online method, you must ask the seller to obtain the report, and then provide it to you for perusal. Keep in mind that seeing a VIN number report before purchasing a vehicle is very important so that you know the vehicle you are considering is safe and reliable.
What info is in an Arkansas VIN history report?
Looking up VIN number details will produce a bevy of important information. If you opt to order a VIN check through the quick online method, you will receive all of the following information:
- Safety report
- Accident history
- Towing and impounds
- Recalls and defects
- Manufacturer info
- Online sales history
- State DMV title brands
- Theft status
- Title information
- Vehicle title problems
- Odometer readings
- Vehicle specifications
Why would I need to perform a VIN check in Arkansas?
Learning how to check VIN number details should be performed on any vehicle that is going to be sold or purchased. Both buyers and sellers benefit from viewing and/or providing the VIN report. Looking up a VIN number allows you to see the vehicle history, whether or not the vehicle has been in a car accident, and the associated safety report. This information can be used to determine whether the vehicle in question is in good condition.
You may want to provide interested buyers with the report if you are selling a vehicle in order for them to see that your vehicle is reliable. Providing the vehicle history report can help convince buyers to purchase your vehicle, and may help you negotiate a good price, because you have proof of the vehicle’s good condition.
If you are trying to purchase a vehicle, it is important to see the VIN history before you make the final purchase. A VIN report can help to ensure that you learn as much as you can about your potential purchase, and can help you make an educated decision regarding whether or not to buy it, based on its safety and reliability.
How do I locate my vehicle’s VIN number?
Knowing how to check a VIN number is very important, because the VIN ID is required in order for any report to be provided. To locate the VIN number on a car, you may need to look in the following places:
- The driver’s side door, near where the door latches closed, once shut.
- The driver’s side windshield in the bottom corner, above the dashboard.
If you cannot find the VIN in either place, or do not currently have access to your vehicle, you may be able to find the VIN number on certain vehicle-related documents. Both your vehicle registration and your auto insurance paperwork should include the VIN number.