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Where to Find Vehicle Identification Number on Haulmark Trailer

Question:

I have Haulmark Transport DLX. Where is the VIN located?

Expert Reply:

I contacted Haulmark and was advised that in most instances the VIN will be on the tongue, on the driver's side near the coupler. If the trailer is less than 10 years old there could be a sticker on the driver's side trailer body. If you have the title certificate or previous registration document these should indicate the VIN.

Usually a vehicle identification number (VIN) or serial number for a trailer is usually found on a plate or sticker on the trailer frame, most often on the trailer's tongue. This plate will also list the brand name/manufacturer, weight capacity of the trailer and other safety-related information.

If you cannot find the VIN on the trailer tongue you can check for plaques on other parts of the trailer, such as on the frame members or axle. Perhaps you can find some helping hands to assist you in moving the trailer around to check its underside (especially near the axle and on the primary frame members) for any additional markings or labels that might include the VIN.

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