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You can use the Cyclepedia Motorcycle VIN Decoder for free.Determine the model of most popular ATVs, motorcycles and Scooters.If you give us your vehicle identification number, we will give you a number of things.
Your vehicle identification number is located on the forehead of your ATV, motorcycle or scooter.
The left side frame rail is where the Yamaha Raptor 700 ATV VIN can be found.
The steering neck of the motorcycle has motorcycle VINs stamped on it.Behind the front forks is where this is located.
Scooters have their VINs stamped into the rails.The scooter bodywork needs to be removed to locate the VIN.Scooters with VINs stamped into the left and right side frame rails have been seen.Many scooters have an identification plate or sticker that will aid in identification.
The identification plate on this scooter is riveted to the right side of the frame.
The frame rail has the VIN stamped into it.There are wheel wells on the right or left side.
The front right wheel well is where the KYMCO UXV500 Side by Side VIN is located.
In 1981 the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration started a standardized 17-character VIN.The letters I, i, O, o, Q, and q are not used in order to avoid confusion with the numbers 1 and 0.
There are three groups of characters: World Manufacturer Identifier, Vehicle Descriptor Section, and Vehicle Identifier Section.You can better understand what each character stands for by breaking them down.
The first character of the VIN tells us where the motorcycle was made.For example a 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 means your motorcycle was made in North America while J, K, L, M, N, P, or R means it was in Asia.
When combined with the first character, it shows which country the motorcycle was made in.There are motorcycles and ATVs made in Mexico and Canada.
Powersports manfacturers use Character 3 to identify the vehicle type.It could be a vehicle.Some manufacturers use the same codes.
The Vehicle Descriptor Section consists of Characters 4 - 9.Information about the model, engine size and body style is provided by characters 4 through 8.Some manufacturers use the same codes.The check digit Character 9 is used to determine if the VIN is correct.The weight factor table is used to calculate it.
The Vehicle Identifier Section has 10 characters.The marketing model year of the vehicle is not confused with the production year.The date of production for the Honda CBR600RR is most likely in the year of the marketing year.The production number is indicated by characters 11 through 17 as it rolls off the assembly line.
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