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  • NMVTIS General Information


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    The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (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.

       

    State Titling Agency 

    States are among key stakeholders in NMVTIS, providing vehicle data in the system that other states, law enforcement and consumers rely on to make decisions around titling, investigating and buying a vehicle. Through participation in NMVTIS, states help in the fight against fraud and theft, protect consumers from unsafe vehicles, and realize cost-savings along with other benefits. 
       
     

    Learn more about NMVTIS state program application information and support 

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    Consumer Access Approved NMVTIS Data Providers 

    Approved NMVTIS Data Providers operate under contract with AAMVA and provide consumers (individual or commercial) with valuable information about a vehicle’s condition and history, using NMVTIS data. Only approved data providers are authorized to sell NMVTIS Vehicle History Reports and display the NMVTIS logo. 

    Learn more about being an Approved NMVTIS Data Provider. 

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    Consumers     

    NMVTIS is an electronic system that provides consumers with valuable information about a vehicle's condition and history. Prior to purchasing a vehicle, NMVTIS allows consumers to find information on the vehicle's title, most recent odometer reading, brand history, and, in some cases, historical theft data.              

    Learn more about NMVTIS on the U.S. Department of Justice NMVTIS Web site

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    Reporting of Junk/Salvage and Insurance (Total Loss) Vehicles

    Any business or individual handling five or more junk, salvage or insurance (total loss) vehicles annually, must submit the required monthly reports to the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) through a third party reporting service.  Reporting can be as frequent as desired, but not less frequent than monthly. The Department of Justice (DOJ) encourages submission of information to NMVTIS as soon as possible to prevent fraud and theft and to protect consumers.

              

    Learn more about Single VIN Reporting Service for Junk, Salvage and Insurance (total loss) Vehicles

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