An NMVTIS Report Takes the Worry Out of Buying a Car
As an Approved NMVTIS Data Provider, DMVdesk helps you make a safe and informed decision when buying a car.
What Is an NMVTIS Report?
A National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) Report is an essential precaution when purchasing a vehicle. Drawing on the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators’ NMVTIS database, the report discloses critical information that safeguards dealers and consumers from fraud, theft and unsafe vehicles. Get concise information about a vehicle’s:
- Current state of title and last title date
- Brand history, which details its junk, salvage and flood status
- Odometer reading
- Total loss history
- Salvage history
DMVdesk Gives Car Buyers and Dealers Peace of Mind
The NMVTIS Report gives consumers and car dealers essential information to help them avoid buying vehicles with problematic histories. Under federal law, insurance companies, salvage companies and auctioneers, junkyards, and certain towing companies are required to report junked and salvaged vehicles to NMVTIS. California law requires that dealers run an NMVTIS Report prior to offering a vehicle for sale. If a vehicle has a brand history, then a cautionary red sticker must be placed on its window and the report must be provided to a buyer upon request.