To find a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), look at the driver-side corner of the dashboard through the windshield. Once you find the VIN, you can use it to obtain a vehicle history report online through third-party s... More »

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To check your motor VIN, check the car or contact the owner to determine the VIN, and use a website such as Carfax or the National Insurance Car Bureau to run a VIN check using the number. Also, check if a local DMV perf... More »

A boat's identification number can be checked by requesting a report at the Department of Motor Vehicle office where the boat was last owned. The hull identification number is a 12-character serial number usually located... More »

Although there are no standard locations for the vehicle identification number, it is most commonly found in the corner of the dashboard in front of the steering wheel and on the post of the driver's side door. Other loc... More »

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Look at the sticker on the driver's side door jamb, or search the corner of the driver's side dashboard to find the vehicle identification number of a car or truck. The VIN is always on the vehicle's title and vehicle in... More »

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Search for a Mazda vehicle identification number on the driver's side of the vehicle where the dashboard and windshield meet. Stamped on a small metal plate is the vehicle's VIN. Special edition vehicles may also have a ... More »

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A General Motors Vehicle Identification Number, represented by a 17-digit string of letters and numbers, is comprised of three basic sections. The first three digits of the VIN detail the World Manufacturer Identifier, w... More »

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