Monday 6 March 2017


What is VIN?

VIN or Vehicle Identification Number is like your Vehicle’s unique fingerprint or DNA. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines VIN as, “a series of Arabic numbers and Roman letters that are assigned to a motor vehicle for identification purposes.

The VIN system is essential to increase the accuracy and efficiency of vehicle recall campaigns undertaken to remedy noncompliance with the Federal motor vehicle safety standards (FMVSS) or defects related to motor vehicle safety.”

VIN is important in matters relating to legislation, insurance, filing tax returns, and even if you take your vehicle to the garage. You’ll need VIN in cases relating to accidents and legal offenses as well.

A VIN number lists important details about the vehicle such as, what kind of vehicle it is, year built, color, MSRP (Manufacturers’ Suggested Retail Price), technical specifications, standard and optional equipment installed and Fuel Economy ratings according to some federal release. It comes with a window sticker displaying this information. A  VIN number is 17 characters long and has both numeric and alphanumeric characters in it.

Reporting VIN Corrections:
Errors in quoting the VIN number often take place, and corrects these errors for a small fee. VIN corrections ought to be filed along with the client’s tax returns to ensure a completely hassle-free tax procedure.
Those who file their VIN corrections have faster IRS processing and receive their Schedule 1 copy with the right VIN within a few minutes on average.

VIN Corrections For A Small Fee!
Filing a VIN correction requires the payment of a small fee. All you have to do is log in to your account (or if you are a new user- create a new account), then fill in your details, and select the required option from the drop-down menu. Opt to file a VIN Correction and complete the procedure.

File your VIN Corrections at today!

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