Where can I find my car VIN number?
As the number of theft growing, manufacturer's put more and more
VIN number stickers and engravement to many parts of the vehicle.
With the new vehicle tracking sytem such as Lo
Jack, police can track a stolen vehicle within hours, giving
the thief no time to remove all the VIN number stickers that are
in many places and hidden somewhere on the car parts.
The VIN number can be found by looking at the dashboard on the
driver side of the vehicle. If the VIN# cannot be found, open the
driver side door and look at the door post (where the door latches
when it is closed).
Common locations of the vehicle identification number (VIN)
vary but the following are places to look:
- Firewall of the vehicle
- Left hand inner wheel arch
- Steering column
- Radiator Support Bracket
- Dash by windshield
- Drivers door or post on passenger side
- Guarantee & Maintenance Book
- Vehicle documents
- Machined Pad on front of engine
- Component parts as listed above -eg- engine, frame, etc.
What is a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) ?
A car’s vehicle identification number (VIN) is the identifying
code for your SPECIFIC automobile. It is your car's fingerprint.
It sets their vehicles apart from the millions of vehicles out there.
Recently the VIN is reflected by 17 digit characters. It displays
a car’s uniqueness and manufacturer and provides a method
to trace your car from the factory to the junk yard. Your VIN numbers
can be used to track recalls, registrations, warranty claims, thefts
and insurance coverage. If you want to know the history of your
car visit our car
vehicle identification number (VIN) service check
Visit the following links to understand more about VIN number:
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