go to publicdata.com You can get names, addresses etc.. Start with your state motor vehicle records department. Ask how to get owners records for a vin. It's public information and you can probably find the last registered owner of that car. They usually require you to write or go there in person to get the info. The internet site below is a list of web sites for each State motor vehicle departments. http://www.carfax.com/about/car_research/hcdmv.cfm
if you pay a fee for carfax
how to find the owner of a vehicle using the vin number
VIN stands for vehicle identification number. Each car is given a unique VIN number. If the vehicle is lost or stolen, this unique number can be used to locate the car.
You can not actually locate a vehicle with a VIN number without access to law enforcement or DMV databases. A service like Carfax will tell you the general location it was last registered at. On the dashboard, just below the windshield (driver's side)--you can find your Vin #
Every vehicle has the VIN stamped into the frame. Here is a website that will help you find where to locate your VIN: http://www.autohausaz.com/html/vehicle_identification_numbers.html If you have the Licence plate then you should be able to trace the VIN through your local DMV or Registry agent and the VIN will also be located on the Registration as well as the Insurance slips for the vehicle.
Located driver's side, dash, next to windshield, inside the vehicle. If it is missing, it is a crime to remove the VIN # from a vehicle. So if you recently bought the vehicle, I would call the police or appropriate government agency.
in most states you go to the DMV and get a vehicle abstract report, a few bucks. That report might contain the vin #
if you mean vehicle vin, the vin is short for vehicle identification number.
form_title=Find a Free VIN Check form_header=By checking the VIN number you can see the history of the vehicle including repairs and accidents. What will you be using this information for?=_ Are you the owner of this vehicle in question?= () Yes () No Have you ever had a free vin check before?= () Yes () No
You can tell by looking at the VIN in the windshield and using online VIN decoders.
VIN is a vehicle identification number.
Yea you can
The department of motor vehicles should have that information, using the "tag" to discover what the vehicle identification number is, then using the vin to locate the car; getting them to do this for you may be an entirely different matter though.
You can't. You can get a carfax report and it will tell you what has been happening and where it has been registered, but you cannot locate the car owners address.
No. The VIN issued to a vehicle remains with that vehicle.
The vehicle identification number is a 16 -digit number. The number is located at the door lining and is decoded using the VIN decoder.
The VIN is the Vehicle Identification Number. The VIN has nothing to do with value, and everything to do with identification of the vehicle. It will not serve this purpose.
The vin number is the identification of your car. The vin stands for vehicle identification number, which is what the DMV uses to identify your vehicle.
Why is there no VIN number. All vehicles have a VIN number. The VIN is located in several places on the vehicle unless it is an antique vehicle. In the case of specialty vehicles or antique vehicles, usually to get physical damage coverage you will have to have the vehicle appraised and the rates will be determined by the value of the vehicle.
Write down the vehicle's Vehicle Identification Number,(VIN)which is located on top of the dashboard on the driver's side. (You will have to be outside the vehicle to see it.) Take the VIN number to a dealer and have them look up the transmission option. Or, get on the Web, and locate the manufacturers site. There should be a page which describes the VIN codes for various options, including the transmission.
VIN = Vehicle ID Number
There is no VIN -it's not a vehicle.
To learn more about your car using your Vehicle Identification Number you should go to this site...www.autocalculator.org/Free-VIN-lookup.aspx or www.carfax.com/
The vin or vehicle identification number can be found online using this online site http://www.vehicleidentificationnumber.com/ and it is free to use.