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Etching the VIN ( vehicle identification number) onto a vehicle's windows has proven to be one of the greatest theft deterrents of our time. VIN etching is also widely recommended by police agencies, the FBI, the National Insurance Crime Bureau, the Insurance Bureau of Canada and by many insurance companies, some of which even offer premium discounts for vehicles protected with a window VIN etching kit.
At VINGUARD we use precision equipment to produce high quality VIN Etching Kit Stencils that allow you to safely etch a superior image onto your vehicles windows. We guarantee they won't move and are not affected by the heat of the sun. You'll know if you are using VINGUARD by our trademark yellow stencils. Don't take the chance of defacing your vehicle's appearance. Purchase a VINGUARD Police Traceable ™ VIN window etching kit today!
TAKE OUR CAR-THEFT MYTH QUIZ / TRUE OR FALSE?
Insurance companies give you the depreciated value of your car and they don't pay for the tax when you purchase a new one.
Do you pay attention to a car alarm going off? Most people don't even notice it or consider it a disturbance if they do.
You have to pay your home content insurance deductible and your premiums may increase the next year.
All cars are targets. Your car may be worth 3 times as much when sold as parts. The parts of vehicles 3-9 years old are in high demand.
1. "If my car is stolen, my insurance will buy me a new one."
2. "My car is safe if I have an alarm system."
3. "My personal belongings will be replaced at no cost to me."
4. "No one would want to steal my car, it's not new."
TRUE or FALSE
Click on each question to see the correct answer.
Auto theft is a booming illicit business. Vehicles are stolen for resale both in whole and parts. Did you know a vehicle can be worth up to three times as much money when sold as parts?
Law enforcement agencies, insurance companies and the federal government are doing their best to help. However, it is the responsibility of all vehicle owners to take the additional steps to prevent this growing problem.