AudaExplore has signed an agreement with the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) to become an authorized data consolidator for reporting information to the U.S. National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS). The NMVTIS database, overseen by the U.S. Department of Justice, maintains accurate vehicle “salvage and title data” to protect vehicle owners against fraud. NMVTIS provides consumers valuable information about a vehicle’s condition and history. Prior to buying a vehicle, consumers can use NMVTIS to research information on a vehicle’s ownership, most recent odometer reading, brand history, and – in some cases – historical theft data.
Federal NMVTIS rules, which became effective in March 2009, requires that insurers, salvage yards, salvage pools, and vehicle shredders report salvage and total loss vehicles into the national database.
Through the AudaExplore NMVTIS reporting system, a reporting entity such as an insurer, salvage yard, salvage pool or shredder will provide AudaExplore a file containing the required vehicle data for Federal compliance. AudaExplore will validate the file for completeness and accuracy, and submit it to NMVTIS on their behalf.
For more detailed information, click here to see the NMVTIS section on our Online Training Center, or contact the AudaExplore NMVTIS toll-free hotline at 1(800) 237-3463.
"Audatex has a strong presence in all of the industries required to report to NMVTIS. They bring with them proven expertise to provide software and solutions to these industries that would enable effective and efficient reporting of data to the system."
- Neil Schuster, President and CEO