If you have a Chevy Cavalier, you are certainly familiar with the VIN number on your vehicle. But did you know that there’s another kind of number on your car, one that could affect your warranty if it’s not kept in the right place? That’s right – the “vehicle identification number” or VIN. If it isn’t changed, it can spell big trouble for your warranty. Get the facts about Reg 31-QUICK VIN VERIFICATION
Well, back in the 1970s, Fords and Chevrolets didn’t have this particular label, which means, this private memo was referring to old Ford and Chevy automobiles, which were already in the list of prohibited vehicles from the Department of Motor Vehicles. However, only a few months later or so, these same cars were now considered eligible for a title transfer from out-of-state. Wow! What a close call! That’s why it’s important to make sure you always have the right VIN on your vehicle identification number.
To protect yourself from potential problems like this one, you should always check your auto club membership status with the DMV before you apply for any new auto club cards. You can do this by contacting your local DMV and asking them when you can see the new version of the VIN on your vehicles. They will let you know, as long as it’s not an automatic club card (that is, if your state still requires a new 31). Once you get the new VIN, you will be able to update your vehicle information on your DMV record.