IF you hide the VIN number can the car still be repo?
Yes! Better make sure you hide all the vin numbers and remove your plates:) Seriously hiding the vin will make no difference, only make it harder for the repo man to id.
Yes, all ya gotta do is open the door and check the VIN.... Repo men are just not allowed to open a locked door.... We can and do open the door there is no criminal intent and as long as there is not damage to the car there is no reason to complain. Also there are other places to find the vin# on a car besides the dash. A car must be correctly identified before…
There are several places where you can find the VIN other than on the dash. We try to verify the VIN that way first and if we are unable to do so that way, here in Ohio I can call my local police department and they will verify the VIN by cross checking it with the license plates on the vehicle. If the car has the correct plates for that make and model of vehicle…
What do you do if a car being repossessed or considered stolen is on your property Do you call a Repo Guy and if so where do you find this information?
How can you get a new registration in a new state for a charged off car that has not been picked up by the finance company?
If you don't have the title, use the registration card from the previous state. Check with the DMV to see if there is still a leinholder listed on the title. You will need the VIN #. They will give you that information. My question to you is, are they or have they tried to repo the vehicle? Is it in "repo" status?
Can you find the VIN number on a Mazda engine or is the engine number related to the VIN in any way?
Sure. Just let the bank know where you're moving to and keep up the payments or they'll default the loan and repo the vehicle. (Repossess) That'll cause you serious credit problems and loss of vehicle that you still have to pay for. The bank will track the vehicle by the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) and you'll end up with more headaches then the car is worth.
Most older bikes have the VIN located on the neck of the frame right behind the front number plate. Newer bikes have them on the right side of the frame rear the radiator with a sticker placed by the dealer, if this bike has this sticker it may also be stamped into the neck of the frame, manufacturers will do this incase the sticker is missing the frame will still have a VIN.
In most states the plates stay with the car. If it gets repo'd it will definitely be taken with the plates on it. If you are in a state where you keep the plates, they will give them back to you with your bag of personal items. I am not aware of state where they give you back the plates. Remember that the plates are registered to the car, so once the car is gone…