Where is the VIN located on a boat trailer?

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The vehicle identification number of a boat trailer is often located on two sticker-type plates: one is on the side trailer frame behind the tongue while the other is on the right taillight just outside of the side frame. The VIN can also be located in the rear bumper.

New boat trailers should have a visible VIN from the original manufacturer. According to the Department of Motor Vehicles, if the VIN is missing or cannot be verified from the boat trailer, the owner should bring the trailer to a DMV safety inspection location for inspection and for possible reassigning of VIN.

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1. Put your boat trailer in a brightly lit place, such as a driveway on a sunny day or a garage with powerful lights. Use a flashlight to look for the VIN if necessary, since it may
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On my 1995 Bayliner the VIN or Hull number is stamped into the right side of the TRANSOM.
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most trailers use a sticker that falls off for the info you are looking for. try looking on the inside(between rails) of the trailer its sometimes there not on the outside. many states
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