Check the status of any Vehicle's Title
Check the status of any Vehicle's Title by VIN Number
If you are considering buying a used vehicle, you must find out the title status of a vehicle. The seller or car dealer may hide some facts from you as they want to sell a vehicle as soon as possible. Our VIN Decoder tool will reveal a full report on any title registration changes if there were any. Simply, enter a VIN Number and get access to the vehicle history report including all title checks.
Lookup any Vehicle's Title history by using a VIN Decoder
Our VIN decoder returns all the necessary title checks that you will need to make an informed decision. These title checks are also provided below. The given information is precise and up-to-date and is retrieved from national and local databases. To get your vehicle history report, simply enter the VIN number and get an instant report now.
- Damaged Title
- Dismantled Title
- Gray Market Title
- Junk Title
- Lemon Law Buyback Title
- Prior Police
- Prior Tax
- Rebuilt Title
- Reconditioned Title
- Remanufactured Title
- Replica Title
- Revived Junk Title
- Revived Salvage Title
- Salvage Title
- Scrap Vehicle Title
- Warranty Returned
- Water Damage
- Fire Damage
The Title Checks our VIN Decoder Tool Covers
A clear title indicates that the vehicle has no credit or any form of a lien. In legal terms, the vehicle is absolutely owned by the owner and there are no disputes or outstanding payments towards a third party concerning the vehicle in question.
A vehicle with a salvage title has suffered major damage in an accident or from another source. In general, salvage title vehicles have none to very low book value and this means a total loss for the owner. Also, several car dealers do not deal with cars having a salvage title. Yet, dealers might sell a car with a salvage title without declaring it. That is why our VIN decoder service is an important tool that you can use to safeguard your interest. It is still possible to revise the title of a salvage-titled car. A that has been repaired and inspected by relevant authorities for road use can be re-tilted and used again. Another option is to repair the car and then process it under the export title. A salvage title can be exported to some key overseas markets like Ukraine, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Senegal, and many others.
The seller provides the affidavit in lieu of title stating the paperwork that is missing, stolen, or destroyed. This is a legal document and is notarized or certified by relevant authorities.
Also known as the ‘Certificate of Title Surety’, this refers to a situation where the title of the vehicle was damaged or lost during the transfer process. Now that the title is unavailable, the ownership cannot be established legally and cannot be transferred using a normal process. Hence, a bonded title is processed using a surety bond. The vehicle will have a ‘Bonded’ stamp for a period of 3 to 5 years and during this period, the owner can go to the Department of Motor Vehicles to get a clean title for the vehicle.
A vehicle with a certificate of destruction is likely to be destroyed or shipped to overseas markets. Usually, insurance companies pay insurance claims on badly damaged insured vehicles. This way, insurance companies take ownership of these damaged vehicles and process them under the title of certificate of destruction. It is important to note that a vehicle with a title of certificate of destruction is highly unlikely to gain a valid title for registration. A vehicle with this title will not be allowed to be used on the road in most circumstances.
The electronic title is a digital title that could be issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Our advanced VIN decoder service also finds the electronic title for the vehicle.
The VIN lookup service provides a detailed auction history along with the export title. A vehicle that is to be exported overseas has an export title and custom clearance documentation. The export title allows the overseas buyer to process the documents accordingly and without any complications.
The junk title is designated to a vehicle when it is sold to a junkyard. The intention is to scrap these cars for spare parts. Alongside the certificate of destruction, the junk title is another title that you should check a VIN for to better understand the worth of the car you are buying.
A car with the lien or any credit against it is issued with a title directly to the lienholder. The title often indicates that there is some outstanding payment for the vehicle that is still being paid by the current owner. The payments could be owed to a bank or some other third party. The lienholder will be the lender and they will also retain possession of the title until all dues are paid. But, the owner of the vehicle will be the buyer.
A parts only title means that the vehicle has suffered major damage in an accident. The car might not be repairable and cannot be used in the United States anymore. The transfer is completed under the part-only title with a bill of sale. In some cases, the export title can also be processed for these vehicles. But, these vehicles cannot be registered or titled again in the United States.
A vehicle that has suffered major damage, has been repaired, and then inspected for road use, will have a rebuilt title. A rebuilt title can be issued by the insurance company, an authorized rebuilder, body shop, or collision center. A vehicle with a rebuilt title might face difficulties getting complete insurance coverage. Often insurance firms have some limitations and reservations regarding a vehicle with a rebuilt title. Our VIN check tool provides detailed history reports including all the title checks.
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