Get a Free VIN Check on Any Vehicle registered in Vermont
Used vehicles with a Vermont title that is sold by out-of-state dealers, or out-of-state sellers, require a VIN verification. A VIN check is also required for new vehicles. Search over 220 thousand cars registered in the state of Vermont.
collects information about accidents, titles, thefts, sales, specifications, and more, from official US government sources across the United States to bring free vehicle history to the public. Simply search by 17 digit VIN number.
Title Request in Vermont
You can request a copy of vehicle title information through DMV Records Request at the official Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles website
To get a title record you need to submit a Record Request Form and pay a fee.
Resources for Vehicle Drivers/Owners in Vermont
Vermont is a state located in the Northeast of the United States. The capital of the state is Montpelier. Vermont is the 49th most populous state, with a population of 624,594. The state is divided into 14 counties, spanning 9,616 square miles. In terms of length, Vermont’s highways include 320 miles of Interstate highways, 2,708 miles of State Highways, and 11,382 miles of U.S. Highways. Communities in Vermont continue to struggle with road issues such as infrastructure and maintenance costs, traffic congestion and safety concerns, acceptance of new road developments, old, lesser-used roads.
Accidents, Disasters and Theft Statistics for Vermont:
Number of vehicles registered as of 2018: 218,302.
During 2015, Vermont Highway Safety Alliance’s recent
stated a total of 57 fatalities occurred on state roads.
There were several floods during the history of Vermont, but their impact is rarely devastating.
- The use of alcohol, drugs or both were a contributing factor in completely 50 % of last year's crashes in Vermont.
- Nearly 30% of the reported fatalities were without using seatbelts.
- Burlington, the largest city in Vermont, gets the majority of crashes that happened in Vermont.
- During 2015, there were 11 motorcycle fatalities in Vermont.
- Speed-related fatalities are slowly trending downward.
- The motor vehicle theft rate for Vermont in 2016 was 45.1 thefts for every 100,000 residents. There were approximately 0.7 motor cars stolen per day.
Why is it a good idea to run a Vermont VIN Check?
- Check for accidents. Every year, approximately 6 million car accidents are reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
- Check for special-purpose designations. Was a vehicle previously a taxi, rental car or police car.
- Check for title brands, including critical title brands such as salvage title, flood, hail-damage, and others.
- Check for thefts, with the ability to see active theft or previously recovered theft records.
Check your VIN with Vermont VIN check to uncover the full story of your future car: