Get Instant VIN Check
Get a vehicle check done on any Australian vehicle using VIN number.
Please enter the 17 character Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) below.
Getting a VIN number check online has never been this easier
You are probably spending several thousand dollars on a car or
another vehicle. Why would you want to take risk when a simple and easy VIN check can
give you all the necessary checks to make sure vehicle is safe to buy. .
Sample VIN Report
How To Check a VIN?
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Enter the VIN number of the vehicle you wish you check upon. Make sure the VIN is
correct, otherwise you might end up with wrong report on no report at all.
If you don't have VIN you could also use vehicle registration plate number.
You could make a payment using VISA, MASTERCARD or PayPal.
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instant VIN number check.
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There is no need to wait. You can see / download the report right after payment.
Our report is easy to read and understand. A copy of the report with the
Government certificate is emailed for your records.
Every VIN Check comes with Australian Government Certificate.
Frequently Asked Questions
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) explained.
Q. What is a VIN?
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is a unique 17 character serial number allocated to
every vehicle. Every vehicle sold in Australia since 1989 must have a VIN.
Pre-1889 vehicle the VIN is also known as Chassis number which could be shorter.
Q. Why do I need VIN to check on a vehicle?
The Personal Properties Securities Register uses VIN as the primary identifier for
any vehicle whose security interest is registered in it. So if you are buying a used vehicle
in Australia and wish to check if the vehicle has any finance on it, you will need VIN.
Q. Where do I find the VIN number?
- VIN is commonly found on the Passenger Side Windscreen just below the wipers.
- VIN can be found on the Renewal Reminder Notice or the Rego Sticker.
- VIN number is also found under the bonnet on the Build Plaque.
- On Some vehicles VIN is also found on the door jamb.
Q. What is the difference between VIN number and Chassis number?
Any vehicle manufactured after 1989 must have a VIN and is exactly 17 characters long.
Please note that a VIN will never have the letters 'I' or 'Q'. Pre-1989 vehicles
many have VIN shorter that 17 characters and they are also known as Chassis number. So
when you buy vintage or classic vehicles you need a Chassis check.
Q. Can I use registration plate number instead of VIN?
Yes you can. On our website you can use the vehicle registration plate number commonly known
'rego number' to do a vehicle check. Using plate number instead of VIN number is much easier
Q. Why VIN is so hard?
Let's face it. VIN numbers are a pain. They are too long, not easy to remember and are
error prone. It is very easy to make a mistake when you get the VIN from the seller or you
could easily get a character wrong. The worst part is if you enter a wrong VIN, you might
not get a vehicle report at all or end up getting report for a wrong vehicle.