Vehicle Recalls Checker

Recall information about vehicle, part or accessory

A VIN number, or Vehicle Identification Number is a 17-digit number, that serves as the car's unique identity code.
For most vehicles, you can find the VIN on your front driver’s side interior dashboard or the driver’s side door post. Alternatively, you may find it on the vehicle’s insurance and ownership documents.
Example: 7FARW2H5XNE029388

It is widely known that VIN and, specifically, recall check are good ways to go for everyone who wants to purchase a used vehicle. Most of the car dealers don’t expect you to be a returning customer. Therefore, they don’t really care about health and safety of the consumers, selling old, stolen, and malfunctioning cars, often with fake titles. If a car had been recalled by manufacturer, chances are it was not actually repaired. As for 2014, every fourth recalled vehicle in the U.S. did not get adequate repair.

Additionally, some cars that get in accidents before the recall date are not subject to free recall. In such cases, careless drivers or dealers often skip the repair altogether, hoping that they will get away with that disfunction. As a result, you get a car with accelerators that freeze, steering parts that break or any other defects up to an exploding engine. These reasons are enough to car check tools before the purchase, aren’t them?

Vehicle recall check is no brainer. It takes minutes. You just find the VIN and insert it into the search engine. Voila! The complete picture is ready. You see the real car title, accident history, liens against the car. It becomes clear whether it had ever been recalled and what happened after.

As you can see, this driver safety tool goes beyond the opportunity to check for recalls. It gives you the entire car history and a hint whether there may be any fraud on behalf of your dealer or seller. Try it now and protect yourself!

How it Works

Unlike other online checkers, our tool works with the data from authorities plus the information from manufacturers, repair and gas stations, consumers, and other stakeholders. This means that you can check recalls for almost any model of car or motorcycle absolutely anonymously.

To check car recalls, you should find the VIN. This is actually the number of a vehicle. It consists of 17 digits and can be found in one of the following locations:

  • The outer side of car dashboard near the windshield (look at the driver’s side);
  • Door jamb at the driver’s side (part of the door that clicks when you slam the door);
  • Car insurance and title;
  • In trailers, VIN is usually also placed on the driver’s side, on the side tongue or the front part of the frame;
  • Motorcycle VIN can usually be found either on the side of a vehicle or on the front frame;

After you find VIN, open our online form and start the auto recall check. You’ll find out a bunch of interesting details.

What can 17 digits tell you?

Every VIN search on our system returns the following records:

  • Vehicle title, color, model, and engine.
  • Record of accidents and subsequent repair.
  • Commercial operations with the car, including reposessions and loans both paid and non-paid).
  • Data about mileage (pay attention to what your dealer says here).
  • Damage by fire or any other means.
  • Inspection record.

But most important, you’ll get to know whether the vehicle was subjected to recalls and what was its fate.

Where on earth do we get this data? Is it even legal?

This kind of search is absolutely legal for the one who does it. We only use trustworthy sources that allow no joking with privacy, especially your privacy as our customer. No one will ever know that you did your research. At the same time, you as a consumer have the right to this data. So, our sources are:

  • NMVTIS, state vehicle system of the US, and MVAs of Canada;
  • insurers;
  • auctions of different kinds (auto and salvage sales);
  • rental enterprises;
  • repair stations;
  • state inspection records
  • and many more.

No Personal Data

We know how to keep personal data personal. You only need to enter the VIN number to do your check, and this does not have to do with any of your records as a driver. As for the device that you use for searching, we don’t keep any record and protect you from information leaks via your connection. This site is 100% safe for the consumers.

As for the car dealers, their safety is their problem once they decide to sell non-repaired cars after recall. They alone should bear responsibility for this.

Let’s start!

Look at the Check Now button. It hides so many secrets. It could hide a defective engine, non-working air bags, issues with accelerators and other things that can really turn a vehicle into a death machine. With the help of this tool you’ll reveal any tricks with the identity of car owner or dealer, any problems with car vehicle recall. Don’t let the irresponsible sellers fool you! Press the button now and start the journey to safety.