VIN is short for Vehicle Identification Number. All vehicles are assigned a VIN when they are manufactured. They are used to uniquely identify all vehicles. VINs are recorded in accidents, insurance records, and when work is done on a vehicle by a body shop, dealership or mechanic.
Sample VIN : 1 G 1 F P 2 2 P X S 2 1 0 0 0 0 1
Your VIN will never have the letters "I" or "O" - these characters will always be a "1" (one) or "0" (zero).
Vehicles produced after 1969 will have the VIN stamped to a metal plate located on the driver's side of the dashboard, near the bottom of the windshield. The VIN can be read from the outside of the vehicle looking through the windshield. You may also
find your VIN on the driver's door vehicle information sticker. You can also normally locate your VIN on your vehicle title or insurance paperwork. If you have any trouble locating your VIN
feel free to call us at (636) 925-7800 and a Vehicle Assurance professional will help you.
Finding your VIN is easy!
Just look through the driver's side of your windshield.
All vehicles are equipped with an odometer which tracks the number of miles your vehicle has been driven. The odometer is normally placed in a prominent location in the main dashboard area of your vehicle.
Newer vehicles may have a digital odometer while most older vehicles have a 6 digit manual odometer that resets after 999,999 miles. In all cases, the odometer and vehicle mileage should be easily located from the vehicle's driver seat.
If you have any difficulty determining your vehicle's mileage, feel free to call us directly at (636) 925-7800 and one of our customer service representatives will be happy to assist you.
You can easily find your vehicle's mileage from the driver's seat, usually near the center of the instrumentation panel.
Your vehicle's VIN gives us all of the details about your vehicle and your vehicle's mileage gives us insight into the current condition of your vehicle and possible maintenance your vehicle may need in the future.
Both of these pieces of information are required not only to give you an accurate vehicle protection quote but also to determine the right protection plan for you and your vehicle. If you have any questions
please visit our Frequently Asked Questions
page or call us directly at (636) 925-7800. A Vehicle Assurance professional will be happy to answer any questions you may have.