What does ‘Reissue VIN Branding’ mean?

A reissued VIN designation added next to the vehicle’s original VIN signals that the vehicle’s window sticker, often containing essential information about the car, has been replaced. This replacement may occur under various circumstances, such as after repairs or if the original sticker was damaged or lost. The presence of a reissued VIN is crucial for maintaining the integrity of the vehicle’s identification, ensuring that all pertinent information remains accessible and accurate for both current and future owners.

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Updated: February 21, 2024, 11:40 PM  

February 21, 2024   157   RideSafely.com    Documentation  
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