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Where can I find the VIN on my vehicle?

Vehicle Identification Numbers (VINs) help combat fraud and are the main way we identify vehicles for registration and other processes.

Warrant of fitness and Certificate of fitness Inspectors check the VIN. The police or vehicle inspectors may also check the VIN during roadside inspections.

VINs can be:

  • stamped into the vehicle structure (often the firewall) during manufacture.
  • stamped on a metal plate and fixed onto the vehicle body.
  • etched onto the rear window of the vehicle.

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