Get a VIN Number from a Car License PlateMarch 14, 2010 No Comments
How can you get a free VIN check without the VIN number? There are ways to obtain a VIN from a car license plate number.
A reverse VIN look-up or license plate to VIN number search, locates a vehicle’s VIN number using the car’s license plate number. This service helps you secure both a VIN check and a car history report on nearly any vehicle.
How to Get a VIN from a License Plate
1. Get the car’s current license plate number.
2. Go to a reverse VIN look-up site (see below for links).
2. Enter the license plate number to perform the reverse VIN look up. You may also enter the VIN number to find the current license plate for the car.
3. Obtain the VIN number and then conduct your VIN check or buy a vehicle history report.
What is the Cost?
Currently a reverse VIN search costs between $29 and $70 depending on where you go. License-plate-search.org is the cheapest, however iinfosearch.com offers a refundable charge if no information is found.
How Does it Work?
Records are kept on both the registered license plate tags and related VIN number for each car. This service finds the number you enter and matches it to the corresponding number.
If you only have access to the license plate number, or only had time to write this information down, you will still be able to research the car. Every private seller will provide this for you, even if they can not or will not provide the VIN.
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