To find the VIN number of a car with the owner's name, use a reverse look-up service such as That's Them, which typically only requires the full name of the vehicle owner. To obtain more accurate results, precise information, such as a physical address, phone number or email address, may be necessary.How do you search owner by Vin?
Locate the VIN The VIN is typically found in the corner of the dashboard by the steering wheel. It may also appear at the driver-side doorpost, underneath the spare tire or at the front of the engine block under the hood. If you are purchasing a used car as a private buyer, ask the owner to provide you with the VIN.How do you check the VIN for free?
You can go to a vehicle history report provider like LemonChecks.com, and click on the "run free VIN check" tab. You can enter the 17 digit VIN number, and the car history report will be automatically generated for you.How do I get a free VIN check report?
To get a free basic VIN check, go to Vehicle History's private website and enter your 17-digit VIN number in the middle of the page to get your vehicle’s history report. Then, make sure the car wasn’t stolen by entering the VIN number on the NICB website, which reports previous thefts or collisions.