Volkswagen Recalls Check

Find the latest news and information on recent Volkswagen recalls

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: 1V2NR2CA8KC604424

In spite of the popularity and reliability of the brand, buying a used Volkswagen without being fully aware of its history is not a very smart choice. When it comes to car production, it’s easy and absolutely normal to manufacture some cars with defects. It is important for the manufacturer to recall the cars with the defect and repair them.

But as we know from clear data, about every fourth recalled vehicle in the US don’t get a proper repair.

Some vehicles, for example, don’t benefit of a free recall because they got an accident before the recall date. For that reason, some reckless drivers or dealers don’t perform a full repair on the vehicle and just hope that the damage was not so wrong, after all.

We wouldn’t have cars with exploding engines, freezing accelerators and faulty steering parts on our roads if everyone took the issue more seriously. But, unfortunately, that’s the situation.

In order to avoid scams or bad deals with simply careless sellers, it is necessary to perform a Volkswagen recall check on the car that you are evaluating. And for this purpose, you need just the vehicle’s VIN, a number of 17 characters that identifies any vehicle in the US market (if the number is shorter or longer, the car wasn’t originally made for US market).

This number is a kind of fingerprint of the vehicle and can provide you with all the necessary information about the car, like for example, standard car specs and equipment, mileage report, original body color.

Volkswagen Recalls Information

If you want to be aware of eventual recalls and the consequent repairs, you just have to find out the VIN number of the Volkswagen in question and type it in our tool.

The VIN can be found in several locations:

  • On the bottom corner on the driver’s side of the windshield;
  • The doorjamb on the driver’s side;
  • Vehicle insurance and title.

If you fear for your privacy, don’t worry, our service is 100% safe and anonymous. To perform your check Volkswagen recall you need to type only the VIN, without any additional information that can be linked to your driver data.

We don’t even store any data about the device you use to connect to our site and use only safe connections, in order to avoid data leaks.

Our service will provide you not only the information about any eventual recalls and consequent repairs but lots of other useful information as well. You will get information about:

  • Vehicle title, model, engine, and body color.
  • Any accident in which the vehicle was involved and consequent repair.
  • Any repossession and loan against the car and other financial operations.
  • The real amount of miles passed by the vehicle (check if it matches with the data on the car odometer)
  • Damage by floods, fire and any other means.
  • The inspection history.

What if you buy the car and then discover some defects that make you shell out huge money? And what if some parts of the car break when you are driving at high speed on the highway? Would you really take such huge risks for your health and that of your loved ones?

Don’t be too careless and perform a VIN check of the car you are going to buy as soon as possible. You will save your time, your money and will avoid any eventual scam. We guarantee full confidentiality regarding any information received from our clients.