Free Tesla VIN Decoder
Vehicle.report offers free Tesla VIN Decoder tool. It can decode 17-digit Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of any Tesla model. Every Tesla has a unique VIN that serves as its identifer. Simply enter the VIN below. Decoding the Tesla VIN will reveal the car’s features and specifications, including the ownership cost, open recalls, warranty information, and more. Doing a VIN lookup also lets you know its title history, such as whether it has a salvage title.
Where can you find the Tesla VIN?
A VIN is a unique 17-character code of letters and numbers assigned to each Tesla vehicle. The Tesla VIN can be located in different places of the vehicle:
- On the driver’s side of the dashboard. The car’s VIN is printed on the bottom corner of the dashboard and can be easily viewed while standing outside your vehicle.
- On the driver’s side door jamb. The Tesla VIN can be found on a sticker on the door frame.
- On the vehicle documents. You will find the VIN on the registration certificate, insurance policy, and owner’s manual. You can also check the VIN by signing in to your Tesla account or Tesla app.
How to decode a Tesla VIN number?
If you are in the market for a used Tesla vehicle, you should consider checking the VIN first to learn more about its history. Each Tesla model has its own VIN which can help you verify the authenticity of the vehicle. It can tell you anything you need to know about your Tesla car, such as the country where it was manufactured, model year, etc.
A VIN is composed of 17 characters (digits and capital letters) that have their own meaning. There are three sections in a VIN number:
World Manufacturer Identifier (WMI)
Digits 1 to 3 are used to identify the vehicle’s country of origin, manufacturer, and vehicle type.
Vehicle Descriptor Section (VDS)
Digits 4 to 8 specifies the model, body type, restraint system, fuel type, and motor/drive unit. Digit 9 is the check digit.
Vehicle Identifier Section (VIS)
Digit 10 indicates the model year. Digit 11 states the plant of manufacture. Digits 12 to 17 is the vehicle’s production sequence number.
Why should I run a Tesla VIN decoder?
Vehicle.report free Tesla VIN Decoder allows you to obtain a Tesla vehicle report. We support 17-character VINs from 1981 to the present. To run a Tesla VIN decoder, simply enter your VIN and hit “Decode VIN”. Every report shows the following information:
How to use the Tesla VIN decoder to obtain a Tesla vehicle report?
Decoding the VIN to run a comprehensive Tesla VIN check
Find the Tesla VIN number
The VIN can be found on the vehicle’s documents, such as the registration and insurance documents, on the Tesla app, and inside the vehicle itself.
Decode your Tesla VIN
Vehicle.report free VIN decoder can decode and reveal the meaning of each character to find vehicle specs and other information. The report also includes a complete NMVTIS report. To start decoding your Tesla VIN, enter the VIN in the search box.
Get a Tesla vehicle report
After entering your VIN, wait for a few minutes to find your vehicle.