The engine number is found on the body of the car’s engine. Car manufacturers ensure that the number is clearly visible. It is imprinted on a metal sticker and placed in such a way that it is easy to see when you open the hood.
Where can I find the engine number and chassis number?
You can easily find it on the engine of your bike and on the Registration Certificate and Owner’s Manual. Just like the Chassis Number, the bike’s Engine Number can also be checked online at the government website known as VAHAN, by authorised users only.
What does an engine number tell you?
Automobiles. Every vehicle engine is marked with an engine number by the factory. The engine number includes coded information, which can be decoded to reveal, for example, year of manufacture, country of manufacture, and engine type.
What is vehicle VIN number?
Vehicle identification number or VIN is a set of 17 characters that are unique to the vehicle, like a vehicle’s unique identity code. Yes, it is used interchangeably with chassis number because it’s stamped to the chassis of the vehicle, although strictly speaking, chassis number is part of VIN.
Where do I find the VIN number on my bike?
The VIN of the bike is usually located on the steering neck. On some bikes, it is placed near the bike’s motor. To know more about where you can find VIN on your bike, get in touch with your manufacturer or dealer.