All of these special numbers are allocated to every car. Typically, it is a 17 character ID usually located on the interior dash of the driver’s side, as well as on title sheets. There’s a VIN on a car. It is special for your car, allocated at the time the vehicle was produced. Think of it as the DNA or fingerprint of your car. No two cars will ever have the same number. The VIN is used to track things such as the insurance plans on your car, crash records, and every time you have a body or engine repair done on your car.
What Does VIN Number Look Like?
Each character has a distinctive meaning: where the car was manufactured; who designed it; the make and model; and other special features that distinguish it. Here is a picture from CarFax for better understanding.
Where Can I Find the VIN Number?
According to the DMV.org; there are a variety of different positions that can exist in your car with your VIN. Therefore, you should be able to locate it on the insurance and title reports of your car as well. If you have any problems finding the VIN, we suggest calling the supplier or retailer who will help you identify the precise location for the vehicle’s unique make and model.
VIN Number Tracking & Reports
Complete bundles of software such as those provided by Addendum Plus have a fantastic range of features that make it one of the best tools and resources for dealerships and more.
Easy to use addendum making templates available on desktops and smartphones.
Mobile Application with VIN scanning
Technicians log work using a mobile app with a phone or Tablet.
Dashboard & Reports
Date range sorting and updated totals just by signing in.
- Auto Payroll System & Tracking
- Dealership Smart Invoicing
- Mobile Application with VIN Number Scanning
- Report Maker
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