You can locate your VIN number on the steering neck of most motorcycles. Some makes like BMW and Can Am place the VIN number under the middle of the motorcycle. Some makes include a VIN sticker on recent year model motorcycles. If you are unable to locate the VIN on your motorcycle, look on your insurance card. We will ultimately need to verify the VIN on your motorcycle to complete the purchase. We are happy to assist you in locating it.
Why do you need my VIN number?
Your VIN is imporant to us for many reasons. It gives us detailed information about your motorcycle including the Year, Make, and exact Model of your motorcycle. It also allows us to obtain a history report detailing prior accidents, mileage discrepancies, or salvage history.
Is it safe to provide my VIN number?
There is a common misconception that it is unsafe to provide a VIN number. It is completely safe. A VIN number is not in any way senstive or private in nature.
Why is my VIN number not working?
First, confirm your VIN is 17 digits. All modern VIN numbers contain 17 digits. Second, make sure the letter i, letter o, or letter q are not used in your VIN number. These letters are never used. It is either the number 1 or the number 0. We must have a valid VIN number for your motorcycle to make you an offer. If you continue to experience trouble, please contact us for assistance.