Categories analyzed in a free vin check include:
abandoned or repossessed vehicles.
vehicles manufactured for non U.S. markets that may not comply with
emission and/or safety standards. Does not include imports originally
made for the U.S. market.
from registrations, inspections, auctions, insurance administrators,
discrepancy in readings, not actual miles and unknown mileage.
DMV Record Adjustment
events recorded by a department of motor vehicles such as bonding,
titling or registration renewal.
Reports of broken,
exceeds mechanical limits, excluded or exempt vehicles, discrepancy
in readings, not actual miles and unknown mileage.
loss or recovered from theft.
unable to be satisfactorily repaired after several tries. U.S. Lemon
Laws vary from state to state about the number of repair attempts.
Not all states have a lemon title classification (brand).
of fire, hail or water damage, major insurance loss (50% or more),
motor replacement, rebuilding or reconditioning, junked, salvaged,
scrapped or destroyed.
Fleet and company
vehicles, driver education, governmental, municipal or police, rental
assembled, specially constructed or a kit vehicle.