How To Obtain a Car’s Vehicle Identification Number?

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Obtaining Car’s VIN:

The VIN also called the Chassis Number, is an exclusive car VIN allotted to your car by the manufacturer. Through the car chassis number, registration authorities use this number to register your car. This exclusive number is a 17-digit number that distinguishes it from other models and makes.

There are several ways to grasp a way to find a car chassis number, below are the various methods you’ll use:

 

Registration Certificate:

When you buy the car, the dealer registers the car at the local Regional Transport Office (RTO). The RTO prints the Car Chassis Number on the Registration Certificate (RC) of your car. You’ll find the knowledge on the open-end credit together with other details of the vehicle.

 

Dashboard:

Certain car manufacturers print the car’s VIN on the dashboard usually found on the driver’s side. Please note that not all manufacturers provide this feature.

 

Door:

The car’s chassis number is usually printed on the driver’s outside door. It’s printed on a metal strip which is found on the B-pillar of the car. This will be seen when the driving force side entrance is opened.

 

Hood:

You can find the car’s VIN under the hood of the vehicle which might be located beside the engine.

 

Boot:

You can locate the chassis number of the car under the spare wheel within the boot. Upon lifting the spare wheel, you’ll be able to spot the VIN or the chassis number of the vehicle.

 

Rear Wheel:

Some car manufacturers print the chassis number above the rear wheel; however, it would be challenging to locate the identical.

 

Car Dealership:

Alternatively, you’ll visit or call your car dealership from whom you bought the car. They’ll be able to trace the chassis number or VIN of the vehicle.

 

Insurance Policy Document:

Since your car is insured, you’ll find the VIN of your car mentioned on the insurance policy document. With new-age digital insurers, your policy document is distributed to your email as soon as you insure or renew the insurance of the car. So, search your email inbox to search out the policy document which contains the car’s chassis number.

 

Front Grille:

Some manufacturers or models have the chassis number or the VIN printed under the front grille of the vehicle. This won’t always be the case.

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