Where does VinAudit get data from?It’s our goal at VinAudit to compile a comprehensive vehicle history report from the most authoritative sources. VinAudit continuously aggregates data from government agencies, non-profit organizations, and industry partners. Our data partnerships currently include:
|The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) is the only nationwide database which state DMVs, insurance companies, and salvage yards are required by law to report into. NMVTIS contains over 40 million records from over 9,000 sources.
|The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is the government agency responsible for managing traffic safety across the United States. The NHTSA aggregates information on vehicle safety complaints, airbag deployments, odometer fraud, and vehicle recalls.
|The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is a branch of the US department of transportation responsible for motor carrier safety across the US. The FMCSA maintains accident records, inspection events, and other information related to motor carriers.
|Partnerships with other government agencies and industry partners also help VinAudit provide as much vehicle information as possible, including accident details from state-level agencies and open lien information from major lenders.
What types of data does VinAudit have?Through our partners, VinAudit aggregates the following types of data:
Disclaimer: While we believe we have compiled one of the most comprehensive vehicle databases for US vehicle history, we certainly don’t know everything about every vehicle. To help avoid false negatives on our vehicle history report, sections for record types marked with * above are displayed only when a positive match is found.
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