A Kawasaki's vehicle information number is typically stamped on the side of the vehicle's steering head. On a road-legal Kawasaki vehicle, the VIN can also be found on the safety certification label that is usually affixed near or on the steering head.
A rider who wants to have a new VIN for the motorcycle's frame must go to the local state authority where the vehicle is registered. After finding the VIN, the owner can order a motorcycle check online by accessing the website for the state's department of motor vehicles. The motorcycle history report provides important information that may affect the consumer's decision to buy or sell a used Kawasaki motorcycle.