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  • Odometer Reports Included

    There are currently about 1.6 million vehicles on the road with rolled-back odometers.

  • Open Safety Recalls Reports Included

    A vehicle with a repaired safety recall. If your vehicle has no unrepaired recalls, then you will see 0 as the number reported

  • Accidents Reports Included

    A vehicle usually has all accidents reported, although there may be accidents associated with this vehicle that are not reported.





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Odometer Check Confirmed

Odometer: Exempt from Odometer Disclosure
No Problems Reported
Odometer: Exceeds Mechanical Limits
No Problems Reported
Odometer: May be Altered
No Problems Reported
Odometer: Replaced
No Problems Reported
Odometer: Reading at Time of Renewal
No Problems Reported
Odometer: Discrepancy
No Problems Reported
Odometer: Call Title Division
No Problems Reported

Major Title Brand Check Confirmed

Title Brand Checks
Fire Brand
No Problems Reported
Hail, Flood Brand
We Couldn't Verify Some Information
Manufacturer Buyback
No Problems Reported
Junk or Scrapped Brand
No Problems Reported
Salvage Brand
No Problems Reported
Rebuilt or Rebuildable Brand
No Problems Reported

Other Title brands Check Confirmed

Other Title Brand Checks
Salt Water Damage
No Problems Reported
No Problems Reported
No Problems Reported
No Problems Reported
Test Vehicle
No Problems Reported

Junk / Salvage / Insurance Records Confirmed

No Problems Reported

Stolen Vehicle Check Confirmed



The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) is an electronic system that contains information on certain automobiles titled in the United States. NMVTIS is intended to serve as a reliable source of title and brand history for automobiles, but it does not contain detailed information regarding a vehicle’s repair history.

All states, insurance companies, and junk and salvage yards are required by federal law to regularly report information to NMVTIS. However, NMVTIS does not contain information on all motor vehicles in the United States because some states are not yet providing their vehicle data to the system. Currently, the data provided to NMVTIS by states is provided in a variety of time frames; while some states report and update NMVTIS data in “real-time” (as title transactions occur), other states send updates less frequently, such as once every 24 hours or within a period of days.

Information on previous, significant vehicle damage may not be included in the system if the vehicle was never determined by an insurance company (or other appropriate entity) to be a “total loss” or branded by a state titling agency. Conversely, an insurance carrier may be required to report a “total loss” even if the vehicle’s titling-state has not determined the vehicle to be “salvage” or “junk.”

A vehicle history report is NOT a substitute for an independent vehicle inspection. Before making a decision to purchase a vehicle, consumers are strongly encouraged to also obtain an independent vehicle inspection to ensure the vehicle does not have hidden damage. The Approved NMVTIS Data Providers (look for the NMVTIS logo) can include vehicle condition data from sources other than NMVTIS.

NMVTIS data includes (as available by those entities required to report to the System):
Information from participating state motor vehicle titling agencies.

Information on automobiles, buses, trucks, motorcycles, recreational vehicles, motor homes, and tractors. NMVTIS may not currently include commercial vehicles if those vehicles are not included in a state’s primary database for title records (in some states, those vehicles are managed by a separate state agency), although these records may be added at a later time.

Information on “brands” applied to vehicles provided by participating state motor vehicle titling agencies. Brand types and definitions vary by state, but may provide useful information about the condition or prior use of the vehicle.

Most recent odometer reading in the state’s title record.

Information from insurance companies, and auto recyclers, including junk and salvage yards, that is required by law to be reported to the system, beginning March 31, 2009. This information will include if the vehicle was determined to be a “total loss” by an insurance carrier.

Information from junk and salvage yards receiving a “cash for clunker” vehicle traded-in under the Consumer Assistance to Recycle and Save Act of 2009 (CARS) Program.

Consumers are advised to visit for details on how to interpret the information in the system and understand the meaning of various labels applied to vehicles by the participating state motor vehicle titling agencies.

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