Florida VIN Check & Lookup

Check for a Florida vehicle and get Full VIN History Report

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: 1GNSKSKD7PR434184

VIN stands for vehicle identification number. It's a combination of 17 digits and letters. Every vehicle that is sold on the territory of Florida (FL) should have it. A local DMV office uses this number for registration of the vehicles and recording their history. If you have the code, you can find out the data about its past life with the help of the online Florida DMV VIN check service. It will be good if you do this every time when you buy a used car.

Well, where can you find the VIN code for the VIN check Florida? First of all, the code is indicated in the registration card of the vehicle despite its make or model. The code is also stamped or indicated on the sticker that is stuck on non-removable parts of the car such as:

  • A sticker on a metal plate on the driver's side door;
  • In the left corner under the windshield - on the driver's side;
  • Other parts of the car depending on the model and the make (take a look into the guideline that comes with the car).

You can get a report on the history of the car in two ways. The first is visiting the local DMV office. The second way is using online FL VIN check. The first option requires time. The second one lets you do it from any place where you can go online. You can order a free basic report or a full paid report from the VIN number check Florida service here, at our site. The whole process usually takes a few minutes.

Check FL VIN Number

Check easily and quickly. Just use our fast and reliable online Florida VIN lookup service. With this report, you will find out the following things:

  • Odometer reading. This will let you know how many miles the vehicle has passed and to compare the data in the report with what you can see;
  • Information about accidents or damages. Be careful with this section of the report because it's one of the most relevant things you get from the VIN number check Florida free. One and the same report line can mean both the vehicle accident and any damage made by fallen trees or even bricks;
  • Lien & Repossession Records will allow you to know if the vehicle is currently used in a loan and, therefore, avoid losing money for nothing;
  • You will be also aware if the vehicle is stolen or it ever was in the past;
  • Vehicle Specs will also be shown in the report, so you will be able to compare them with the car and check its current status. Pay particular attention to the body colour and the tyres;
  • Our report will also provide you with info about the maintenance history of the vehicle

Of course this are the most relevant things, in the report there will be extra information too.

We also strongly suggest you to perform a mechanic inspection of the vehicle before closing the deal. Even big dealers often sell cars in bad conditions like almost brand-new, so be careful.

If you want to sell your car in Florida, you can make the process faster if you order a history report by yourself.

Where to get your VIN Report?

You should carefully pick up the site where you want to get a free report to make sure all the facts are relevant and checked. The most common sources of information about the vehicles that we use to create a free report for you are: the NMVTIS, Canadian motor vehicle agencies, car auctions, insurance companies, manufacturers and a few others.

However, you can check the code only of the cars that have been manufactured after 1980. The code should consist of 17 characters, if you see more or less, than this code cannot be processed by the VIN check. You can contact the local DMV to find out what to do with such a code.

Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV)

Neil Kirkman Building
2900 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee, FL 32399
(850) 617-2000