What is Bumper Vin?

Bumper VIN specializes in offering comprehensive vehicle history data utilizing VIN numbers to consumers in the public and business sectors.

What is in a Bumper VIN Report?

All Bumper VIN reports give a thorough analysis of a vehicle’s previous and present conditions and contain the following information:

  • Vehicle Specifications
  • Previous/Current State of Title & Title Registration dates
  • Title Brands History – Junk & Salvage
  • Insurance Total Loss
  • Lien and Impound Information
  • Average Miles Driven & Odometer Events
  • Auction Sales Information
  • Auction Photos and Prices
  • Stolen Summary
  • Safety Recalls
What distinguishes Bumper VIN from other service providers?

We offer the most precise automobile statistics available, sourced from reliable national data sources. The ownership history, auction images, extended values overview, and proprietary car rating are all included with our NMVTIS title history.

How much does a Report cost?

The report preview page contains our pricing, which varies depending on the package of reports you would want to order. Explore our packages.

How do I pay?

Any of the following methods of payment are acceptable: Choose the most practical payment method on the preliminary search results page from VISA, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover Network. There are no ongoing fees.

How to apply for a Refund?

Bumper VIN guarantees the information provided, but in the event that our system contains a mistake, we offer full reimbursements. Please send us an email at support@bumpervin.com to request a complete refund. Every email request for a refund must be accompanied by concrete evidence of an error. Information from a copy of a state title document or another accepted type of official documentation could serve as this proof.

Do I need an account to get the Bumper VIN Report?

You can save time by not having to establish an account in order to receive your Bumper VIN Report.

What is VIN?

VIN stands for Vehicle Identification Number, which is 17 characters long and provided by the automaker, is a unique code that may be used to monitor and identify automobiles.

Where to find VIN number?

Anywhere in a car, including the dashboard (typically visible through the windscreen), behind the door, on the engine firewall, and underneath the hood, will reveal the VIN number.

Documents pertaining to vehicle titles or service histories may also contain it.

How to get the Bumper VIN Report?

Simply enter your VIN on the main page to obtain your Bumper VIN Report and use our free preview option to review the fundamental VIN information. A PDF of the report will be emailed to your email once your payment has been processed.

Do I need an account to get the Bumper VIN Report?

You can save time by not having to establish an account in order to receive your Bumper VIN Report.

What is “Salvage Vehicle”?

A vehicle with a salvage title is one that would cost more to repair than it was worth before the damage was done. The cost of parts and labor surpasses a jurisdiction-defined percentage of the vehicle’s retail price in order to restore the vehicle to its pre-accident state and allow for lawful operation on roadways. It typically ranges from 75 to 100% of the real monetary value.

What is “Junk Vehicle”?

A car that is only useful as a source of parts or scrap is considered a junk car. Also known as damaged or scrapped non-repairable. Such a vehicle must be crushed or destroyed within a certain amount of time and cannot be registered as a motor vehicle or operated on public highways.

What is “Rebuilt Vehicle”?

A car that was formerly designated as salvage but has now undergone extensive repairs, passed safety and anti-theft inspections, and/or through other legal requirements to verify it was rebuilt to the necessary standards. Although these cars can be driven, the reconstructed brand is permanently visible on the title and registration paperwork.

What is the Difference between Junk, Salvage & Total Loss?

Accordingly, junk yards, salvage yards, and insurance businesses disclose their total losses in terms of junk, salvage, and insurance. According to the severity of the damage and the general state of the vehicle, the titling agency gives either Salvage or Junk Certificates after the insurance company declares a vehicle a total loss.