Why does my title say not actual mileage?
El Segundo, CA New owner reported NOT ACTUAL MILEAGE TITLE ISSUED CARFAX Advisor™ A NAM title is issued when the owner discloses to a DMV mileage fraud, a broken odometer or that the actual mileage of this vehicle is unknown.
Why is my car exempt from odometer reporting?
You are required to report odometer readings when a car is bought or sold but there are exceptions to this. In many states vehicles over 10 years of age or work vehicles can be exempt from this rule. “Not actual mileage” means that odometer is broken, has been replaced or the owner isn’t aware of the correct mileage.
Where can I find odometer reading?
To read an odometer, look for the small rectangle usually containing five or six numbers. It is typically located near the speedometer. If your vehicle is newer, it may be digital. If your vehicle is older or less luxurious, it will be a physical, mechanical set of numbers.
How do you fix odometer reading on title?
The mileage on a title may be corrected by obtaining an amended odometer statement from the seller who incorrectly reported the mileage in the first place. A corrected title application can then be processed at any Secretary of State branch office.
Where do I get the VIN decoder information?
The information is provided by the National Highway Traffic Safetly Administration (NHTSA) from the data submitted by the manufacturers to NHTSA. The VIN Decoder lookup is intended for use with vehicles manufactured since 1981.
Where is the VIN number on a semitrailer?
A semitrailer’s VIN is located on the front part of the semitrailer on the left side. If you can’t find the VIN number on the vehicle, you should also be able to locate it on your vehicle’s title or liability insurance documents.
How many characters are in the VIN number?
If your vehicle was made before 1981, the VIN will most likely contain 11 characters. Wondering what all the characters in your vehicle’s VIN stand for? There are situations in which you will want to check a vehicle’s VIN, since many data registries use it to record details of the vehicle’s history.
Where to find the VIN number on a motorcycle?
You may also find the VIN number on the driver’s side door pillar. Open the door and look around the area where the door latches to the car. A motorcycle’s VIN is usually on the steering neck below the handlebars, although sometimes it’s on the motor or on the frame near the motor.