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What is a VIN NUMBER?

We'll need your vehicle's VIN number in order to process your order to ship your car, but we often get asked, what is a VIN number?

What is a VIN?

A VIN, which stands for Vehicle Identification Number, is a series of letters and numbers that can be found on your insurance documents, vehicle registration documents, and even on your vehicle. It is a 17-digit identification number that is standard on newer vehicles, however older models may have a shorter VIN.




Where can I find the VIN?

The VIN is usually located on the dashboard, in front of the steering wheel, at the lower-left quadrant. By gazing through the windshield on the driver's side of the vehicle, you can read the number. The VIN can also be found in the following places: The engine block's front.


Why do I need to provide the VIN when booking my car for shipping?

The VIN is necessary to identify the vehicle details provided are correct, to make sure got the make and model accordingly per vehicle. Also, as a unique number identification it help us with the tracking of each vehicle. For example, we could have a load of all Audi Q3s, same color. With the VIN number attached to each order, we know what unit belongs to each customer. 

This helps keep the manifest per load clear.

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