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Passenger Vehicle Identification Manuals

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) Passenger Vehicle Identification Manual is now available. Published annually, this manual contains vehicle identification number (VIN) structure and decoding from the last three model years for most U.S. and Canadian Passenger Vehicles, including light duty trucks and motorcycles. The manual also covers the following areas: · Summarization of the Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard, which requires VIN marking on major vehicle parts and passenger motor vehicle lines, designated as high left lines. General information on serial number structure and decoding for snowmobiles, as well as Hull Identification Number (HIN) on vessels, including a list of the most common vessel Manufacturer Identification Codes (MIC). Glossary of vehicle related terminology.

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Contact NICB at 1-800-447-6282 for more information on obtaining this manual.

Commercial Vehicle and Off-Road Equipment Identification Manual

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) Commercial Vehicle and Off-Road Equipment Identification Manual is now available. Published in five-year cycles, this manual contains vehicle identification number (VIN) structure and decoding from the last five model years for most U.S. and Canadian Truck-Tractor and Commercial Trailers. The manual also covers the following areas: · · · · · The most common world manufacturer identification codes (WMI) for truck tractors and trailers. Truck-tractor VIN structure and decoding for medium, heavy duty, complete and incomplete trucks. Commercial trailer VIN Structure and decoding for the last five model years. Diagrams identifying engine manufacturers' serial numbers and locations. Industrial, Agricultural, and Forestry Off-Road equipment product identification number (PIN) location and decoding information.

Contact NICB at 1-800-447-6282 for more information on obtaining this manual.

Vehicle Theft Pocket Indicator for Law Enforcement Most claims are legitimate, but many may be inflated or fraudulent. The National Insurance Crime Bureau has put together a list of indicators that should help isolate those claims that merit closer scrutiny.

Contact our Communications and Membership Department at 1800-447-6282 x7001 for more information on obtaining this pocket indicator.

Staged Accident Pocket Indicator for Law Enforcement Most claims are legitimate, but many may be inflated or fraudulent. The National Insurance Crime Bureau has put together a list of indicators that should help isolate those claims that merit closer scrutiny.

Contact our Communications and Membership Department at 1-800-447-6282 x7001 for more information on obtaining this pocket indicator.

Law Enforcement Brochure At the heart of the NICB's operations is our international network of special agents. These experts provide daily investigative support to Law Enforcement agencies on fraud and theft cases. The NICB's mission is to lead a united effort of insurers, law enforcement agencies, and representatives of the public to prevent and combat insurance fraud and crime through Data Analytics, Investigations, Training, Legislative Advocacy, and Public Awareness.

Contact our Communications and Membership Department at 1-800447-6282 x7001 for more information on obtaining this brochure.

NICB FraudSmart Vehicle Theft DVD series

This DVD contains the following: · · · · Vehicle Theft: Taking us for a ride for Insurance Companies Vehicle Theft: Taking us for a ride for Law Enforcement Spotlight on Vehicle Theft VINnie's Story

Contact NICB at 1-800-447-6282 for more information on obtaining this DVD.

For more NICB products and information, please visit www.nicb.org

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