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Why do you need my VIN (Vehicle Information Number)?

Most of the time, we can identify issues with installation or production by reviewing pictures of the installation, but sometimes we ask for additional information to ensure that our pattern matches your vehicle. This information can include your Vehicle Information Number (VIN).

The Coverking design team uses the VIN to check against our dealer data base for any running changes in the patterns that the vehicle may come across.  The picture of the outside of the vehicle along with the VIN helps them review the fitment issues and come up with a resolution to your issue.

You can find your VIN on the interior of your dash on the drivers side, you can see it from the outside of the windshield. The VIN is not a private number and sharing it will not affect your vehicle or personal information in any way.

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