To register and insure your vehicle, you need to provide your VIN Number. VIN stands for Vehicle Identification Number. It can also be important to know your Vin Number if there is ever a discrepancy with the DMV. A VIN Number is a unique combination of 17 letters and numbers that is assigned to the vehicle when it is built. Many people are unsure of where these numbers are located inside their vehicle. Today, insurance expert Lina Fonseca explains why VIN Numbers are important and shows you where these numbers can be found on your vehicle.
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