The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System Never Buy A Used Car Without First Getting A NMVTIS Report
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NMVTIS is designed to protect consumers from fraud and unsafe vehicles and to keep stolen vehicles from being resold. NMVTIS is also a tool that assists states and law enforcement in deterring and preventing title fraud and other crimes. Click here to Research Vehicle History

What is included in a NMVTIS Report

Every NMVTIS Report includes the following: 1) Current State of Title and Last Title Date, 2) Brand History, 3) Odometer Reading, 4) Total Loss History, and 5) Salvage History. Don't purchase a used vehicle without this information. Click here to obtain your NMVTIS Report -

Brand History

Brands are descriptive labels (applied by state motor vehicle titling agencies) regarding the status of a motor vehicle, such as "junk," "salvage," and "flood." NMVTIS keeps a history of brands that have been applied to the vehicle by any state. Click for more information                 _    

Quick Facts

Since April 30, 2009, 38.9 million salvage or total loss records have been received by NMVTIS . Over 9,000 insurance carriers, auto recyclers, junk yards and salvage yards in the U.S. report or are registered to report to NMVTIS regularly. 87% of DMV data is in the NMVTIS system.

Purchasing A Used Car?
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Buying used instead of new makes fiscal sense, and if you’re in the market for a used vehicle, you will want to make sure to obtain a NMVTIS Report. Click here to obtain a report. It is also recommended that you purchase an AutoCheck Vehicle History Report and a History Report

Selling A Used Car?

If you’re selling your vehicle, you will want to make sure to provide your potential buyers with a NMVTIS Report. Click here to purchase. It is also recommended that you provide them with an AutoCheck Vehicle History Report and, for good measure, a Vehicle History Report.

NMVTIS Endorsements


Major national, regional, and local organizations within and outside of the law enforcement community have endorsed the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System and support the U.S. Department of Justice's efforts. Among these are included the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators, Association of International Automobile Manufacturers, Automotive Recyclers Association, Automotive Service Association, and the Consumer Federation of America.