F.A.Q. VinLeaks vehicle history reports


What is a VinLeaks Vehicle History Report?

The VinLeaks Vehicle History Report is a simplified report that compiles all important details concerning used cars in the United States. The report contains many categories of records taken from billions of files, which include:

  • Service car records: It will serve you well to purchase well-maintained second hand cars. The VinLeaks Vehicle History Report also includes records of car servicing that will enable buyers to make an informed decision.
  • Car ownership: Buyers often want to know the car’s usage history. Our VinLeaks Vehicle History Report has information on the car’s past ownership, which will also let you know if it was ever converted into a taxi or rental car.
  • Vehicle mileage check: Odometer manipulation is an extremely common fraud seen in the used car market. We make sure buyers are not misled by odometer rollbacks with our mileage checks.
  • Vehicle accident check: It can cause problems and end up costing you a lot if the used car you bought is accidental. We perform accident checks on the vehicle to make sure that there haven’t been any serious issues in the past such as total loss.
  • Salvage Title: Vehicles that were stolen or damaged in an accident, fire or flood are not roadworthy and have a salvage title. Our VinLeaks Car History Report enables you to avoid salvage vehicles and save you from future expenses.
  • Car registration check: It can be useful to know the car’s history, such as its previous location before making the purchase. These records are also included in our VinLeaks Vehicle History Report.
  • Stolen car: Unfortunately, the reality is that stolen cars from the US do end up in Europe. It is necessary to avoid buying a stolen vehicle to prevent potential legal issues.
  • Car recalls: The manufacturer’s guarantee on recall protection is usually not given on American import cars. The new buyer must therefore pay for any repairs of open recalls on the car. The recalls are sometimes required for repairs to manufacturing faults that could be dangerous. If there are open car recalls on your car, VinLeaks Vehicle History Report will identify them.
  • Airbag deployment: Serious accidents often cause airbag deployment. This information will also be available to US car buyers in the VinLeaks Vehicle History Report.
  • Check on the pictures database: Images can go a long way in helping you make a better decision. In addition to textual records, we also include car photos in our report.

Vehicle History Report

VinLeaks Vehicle History Report is a compilation of all the information you need to know about American used cars and can be easily read by anyone. The report contains information obtained from loads of records and sources. You can find important records in the report such as all the motor vehicle departments in the United States and Canada, recall information, odometer readings, and car repair, service and accident history.
A VinLeaks Vehicle History Report will arm you with details about the used car that will help you decide the amount you are willing to pay for it and whether it is worth buying at all. It will save you from being defrauded as the report will reveal whether the car is scrapped, accidental or stolen. Together with a test drive and vehicle inspection, the report is important for making an informed decision about which second hand car you should buy.
The VinLeaks Vehicle History Report includes important information we have collected about each second hand vehicle from various sources. The reports contain varying amounts of details for each car. What you can usually expect to find includes:
  1. Number of previous owners
  2. Registration information
  3. Past usage of vehicle (rental, taxi, lease, etc.)
  4. Reports of theft or if the vehicle was scrapped
  5. Vehicle age
  6. Detailed technical records
  7. Odometer readings/mileage
  8. Title information such as junk and salvage titles
  9. Causes and results of inspections
  10. Emission values/CO2/EU codes

Vehicle Identification Number

VIN stands for Vehicle Identification Number. All cars that were built from 1981 onwards have this unique identifier. The number is a combination of 17 digits and letters. It acts as a vehicle fingerprint that is different for every car. The VIN does not include the letters I, O and Q.
The VIN can be placed on different areas of the vehicle, but the dashboard is where it is most commonly seen and is visible from the windshield. Other parts where it can be found include the hood, engine, the driver’s door interior or the left side of the car’s exterior. Service records, car registrations, police reports and insurance policies usually contain the VIN for the relevant vehicle.

How To Order VinLeaks Report

Getting a VinLeaks Car History Report is easy:
  1. The dashboards of cars from the US are where the VIN (Vehicle Identification   Number) can usually be found, which you need to obtain first.
  2. The VinLeaks website contains a VIN decoder where you will then enter the VIN.
  3. You will find out how many records are available of the vehicle from our VIN check.
  4. You get the option to buy our VinLeaks Vehicle History Report, either for one vehicle or avail discounted rates for a deal of five.
  5. You can log into your personal account to view all the reports. With the purchase of multiple reports, you get unlimited time for report credit redemption.
A purchase of our VinLeaks Car History Report is a worthwhile investment when buying a US import vehicle.
One report: $14.99 Package of 3 reports: $24.99 Package of 5 reports: $49.99 Package of 10 reports: $99.99
Payments can be made via Paypal and credit card (Master Card, Visa, and American Express).
VinLeaks protects your personal data and payment information in every way possible. We vigilantly follow security guidelines, regularly perform security checks and encrypt your private information using Secure Socket Layer (SSL).

My VinLeaks Account & Customer Support

You will need a website login for ordering and viewing reports if you buy a report or a pack of reports. You’ll first need to click Login button on our homepage and enter your email and password. Then you will be able to run VIN checks, view your purchased reports, and/or order more VinLeaks Car History Reports using your credits.
Make sure cookies are allowed in order to complete log in. Passwords are case sensitive, so double-check it to ensure it is correctly entered. If you still can’t log in, get in touch with VinLeaks customer support for more help.
The ''forgot your password'' link is given where you can enter your email address for new password requests. An email containing the new password will be sent to you.
After logging in, you will see "My Account" written on the upper right corner of the webpage. Your private information and password can be changed in “My Account” section after you log in.
You can fill the contact form or email us at EMAIL. We will as soon as possible.
The VinLeaks Vehicle History Reports in your account can be accessed for unlimited time.  
Package reports have an unlimited validity. Our VinLeaks website can be visited anytime for redemption of the remaining reports.
Our wide information database is used to create vehicle reports, and it includes all vehicles identified by their unique VIN. Before 1981, the 17-digit VIN was not used to standardize car manufactures.
A VinLeaks Car History Report serves to assist buyers and sellers in conducting a transparent purchase and make a better decision regarding used cars. Data accuracy is not guaranteed or certifiable, therefore the report will probably hold little value as evidence.
Check the VIN to make sure the correct letters and numbers have been entered. If you still don’t find any records of the car, it could possibly have been a new car that was exported directly or was never in the United States. Another reason could be that the car was manufactured before 1981 and therefore does not have a vehicle identification number, making it impossible to generate a VinLeaks Car History Report.