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The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) is a federal title information database intended to protect customers from fraud and unsafe vehicles. It is operated by the US Department of Justice and is the only federal vehicle history database which agencies are required to report to by law.
Currently, NMVTIS’ database covers roughly 96% of US vehicles. Vehicles titles in MI, KS, DC, MS, OR, RI, VT and HI have limited availability. Please refer to the participation map for more information. Alternatively, the vehicle in question is possibly not titled or the VIN typed is incorrect.
Reports are available for almost 90% of the vehicles on US roads. This includes, among others, vehicles, motorcycles, sport vehicles, trucks, RVs, and motorhomes. Title & salvage/junk/total loss data is available for motorhomes & salvage/junk/total loss data is available for trailers, campers, toy boxes, etc. Vehicles manufactured before 1981 (classic vehicles), however, are not included.
Our reports list accident information from NMVTIS participating states, certain state DMVs & other sources. We cannot guarantee a full accident history, but critical incidents typically appear in Insurance Total Loss record or DMV Salvage title and are therefore available on our reports.