Every car, truck, motorcycle, boat, RV has a unique identification sequence called a vehicle identification number (VIN Number). You can decode the VIN to find the origin of your car and other key make, model, manufacturer, features, accessories etc that was built into your automobile. A VIN is a 17-character sequence containing both numbers and letters.
A VIN Number is a unique ID for your vehicle, essentially like a fingerprint. VIN numbers allow car dealers, buyers, sellers, insurance companies, the DMV, law enforcement and more, to track car problems, ownership changes, auto damages by a serious crash, rollover or flood damage and help deter theft. It can also help find lemon law cars plus aid in automotive recalls.
You can find your VIN number somewhere on every car, truck or trailer made in the United States after 1981.
To decode your VIN number, simply click on the make of your automobile and match the VIN decoding data to your unique vehicle identification number.
How To Find A VIN Number: Easily locate your vehicle identification number on your car.