A vehicle identification number (VIN) is a series of characters that is unique to one specific vehicle that’s been manufactured for sale in Canada.
The vehicle identification number, which is usually 17 characters long, can be found in a few different places in your vehicle. You can typically find it on a vehicle’s windshield where it meets the dashboard on the driver’s side. Alternatively, you can look at the door post—where the door latches—on the driver’s side to find this number.
You’ve probably noticed this number before and thought nothing of it. But if you’re thinking about buying or selling a used vehicle, having the VIN in hand is important to ensure you can make an informed decision.
What can you learn by decoding the vehicle identification number?
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