Vehicle Identification Numbers are unique codes given to each on-road vehicle in the United States, European Union and many other countries. The VIN is the primary tracking mechanism. (It’s not the license plate or something else.) In 1981, motor vehicle manufactures starting using a standardized 17-digit code as the VIN. Virtually every car, motorcycle, and ATV has a VIN.
Buying a used car can be a tricky process to navigate because no two cars are the same. Each car has a unique history which can either work in your favor or become your biggest nightmare. When it comes to buying a used car, your best friend is a Vehicle History Report. Here are a few tips: