Welcome to home of the FREE vehicle check.

Verify V5C DVLA Logbook Document number - useful if about to purchase a vehicle (optional)

Check for a stolen vehicle by VIN (Chassis) number only - this can usually be found on the windscreen, chassis under the bonnet or chassis within the vehicle.
There is no requirment to enter a vehicle registration mark

VIN number:

Here at you can check a vehicle against the Police National Computer (PNC) for lost / destroyed reports. Check with the DVLA for a vehicles tax status & verify the authenticity of the V5C (logbook) not to mention check the status and FULL MOT history of all cars / vans required to have an MOT certificate and are registered with the DVLA in the UK.

Don't forget our site works for cars, vans, lorries, HGV's and motorbikes In a UK first you can identify stolen / destroyed vehicles by VIN alone - for FREE.

This also serves as a very powerful neighbourhood watch / crime prevention tool. You can check the car here for free. If the car is stolen or destroyed, we will give you the relevant force and contact details for you to make enquries with the police. You can also report untaxed vehicles directly to the DVLA via our site.