Why do you need my VIN?Last Updated: January 22, 2019
Your VIN tells your vehicle's story.
When you want to sell a motorcycle, especially online, the VIN, otherwise known as the vehicle identification number, is used to check against a database of relevant service information and generate a detailed vehicle history report. The VIN shows if the motorcycle has been in any major accidents, what work has been done on parts if any, the date of the last inspection, and other useful information to help determine your RumbleOn Cash Offer.
The VIN of your vehicle is a very important factor during the cash offer process and can impact the cash offer you receive. While there is a serious negative misconception about releasing your VIN, it is an essential stepping stone in our appraisal process. A VIN is not sensitive information and is completely safe to give out. It is important though, and we will not be able to give you an offer without it.
Take a look at some of the other steps involved in getting your RumbleOn Cash Offer!