The California Department of Motor Vehicles implements laws to register your vehicle. You will obtain a Vehicle Identification Number inspection(VIN verification) during the process. It includes the car’s unique features, specifications, and manufacturer. Our services include VIN verification, which we will discuss below.
VIN verification is a process of physical inspection of your unique vehicle. Whether you own a car, truck, or trailer, you need to have a REG31 form during VIN verification. It involves the VIN, odometer, body type, model, make, year, model, and emissions label. You can get it done from a VIN verifier in your place.
VIN verifiers include DMV employees, CHP officers, AAA employees, and private VIN verifiers. You need to undergo VIN verification to record the identity of your unique vehicle. It will help you prevent fraud and theft within the state that you live.
There is a reason why California require VIN verification. From documentation to safety purposes, you will benefit from VIN verification one way or another. Let's discuss all the reasons why you need your VIN verified.
A DMV employee or a licensed VIN verifier will complete the REG 31 form for you. You can download this form online and fill out the necessary information before going to the verifier. Here is the list of what it should contain:
All legal verifications have requirements that seek our compliance. See this checklist before going to your local VIN verifier:
You may encounter problems if you don't have at least one of these documents. Check out the following list below to give you an idea about what to do.
Neither the DMV, AAA or CHP can offer mobile VIN verification. However, a private VIN verifier can make appointments and accommodate your schedule. Our mobile VIN verifiers can help you skip the DMV. These are some reasons why a remote VIN verifier may benefit you.
We provide our VIN verifier services within California. If you are in one of these areas, consider letting us know if you need VIN verification for your vehicle.
In some cases, a private VIN verifier cannot help you verify your vehicle. Consider getting help from DMV or CHP To proceed with VIN verification. Read the list below to assess your situation.
After verifying your VIN, you need to submit your form for finalization to the DMV field office, AAA office, or a private registration company. The form must be original, filled with blue or black ink, or sent in a digital format.