TrueVIN

 

Gain greater insight into the vehicles you insure

Knowing each vehicle you insure in granular detail is critical in today’s competitive personal auto market for underwriting, rating, and claims adjusting.

Learn how vehicles are equipped right from the factory by using the full 17-digit vehicle information number (VIN).

Until now, insurers have relied on a standard level of VIN decoding that was limited to information embedded in the first 10 digits of the VIN, such as:

Year


Make


Model


Some Standard Equipment


These help, but a clearer, more in-depth picture is now available

TrueVIN gives insurers more details and insights on the vehicles they insure, using build-sheet data and the 17-digit VIN to uncover features that are standard on all trim levels, as well as factory-installed optional equipment.

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Deeper vehicle insight, one digit at a time: TrueVIN

Join our upcoming Thursday Product Spotlight to learn how TrueVIN, the advanced VIN decoder, can help uncover critical risk information embedded in the vehicle identification number (VIN).

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Vehicle Autonomy and Automation

With the spread of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), including blind spot intervention, lane departure prevention, and forward collision warning, it’s valuable for insurers to know precisely which features are installed in a specific vehicle.

TrueVIN functions within Verisk’s full ecosystem of ADAS solutions.

Learn more about ADAS technology

 

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Decoding Granular Vehicle Details from the VIN

The vehicle identification number (VIN) can provide a gateway to important information, but it takes an innovative solution to unlock it.

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Build sheet data: Keeping pace with the cars

New vehicle owners are driving in an ever-denser cocoon of convenience and safety features.

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New ISO study: ADAS impact comes into focus

How will newer advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) affect vehicle risk as insurers seek to improve rating segmentation and better align premium with risk?