Since 1954, car manufacturers started to use VIN in all the vehicles produced. Until 1981, there was no standard format for VIN. Thanks to National Highway Traffic Safety (NHTSA), VIN format was standardized. All road-legal vehicles in the United States are required to have VIN including cars, motorcycles, all terrain vehicles (ATV) and trucks. Though VIN format was standardized, the location to display the VIN is not. Therefore, different manufacturers tend to display them at different locations. Even though, you can easily find out your VIN through your Insurance Card or Vehicle Title and Registration, it is good to know where you can locate the VIN on your vehicle. So, we decided to come up with a guide to help you locate your VIN. Below is a list of articles you can choose from.