VIN (vehicle identification number )etching is a counter measure to motor vehicle theft. It most commonly involves the use of a stencil and an acidic etching paste/engraving machine to engrave a vehicle identification number (VIN) on to the windshield , windows & Rims. Most auto part buyers will not purchase parts that carry identification numbers.
Since automotive glass/Rims generally have no identification numbers, and are often interchangeable between many different years and models of vehicle, there is usually a much greater profit for the thief compared to other
components on the vehicle. If a car's windows/Rims are stamped with the VIN,
thieves would need to discard the glasses/Rims before parting out the stolen
vehicle, thus reducing or eliminating their profit.VIN etching can also increase the chances of recovery of a stolen car by police.
VIN etching on glass is recommended by police, and is sometimes offered free of charge at sponsored events but this type of VIN appears not good because,
It is drilled by etching machine which we generally use to engrave our utensils ( In India).
Some automobile dealers try to include VIN etching as an extra service to boost their profit margin when selling a car; they may even pre-print a charge for VIN etching on the bill of sale, as if to suggest that VIN etching is mandatory rather than an optional, add-on service.
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