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This incident highlights the importance of purchasing quality VIN labels for your vehicle. The customer in this case had to face the consequences of a poor quality VIN label, which resulted in impound charges and recovery costs. At SASIS, we believe in buying with confidence and ensuring that our customers receive only the best quality products. Don't compromise on the safety and security of your vehicle, choose SASIS for all your VIN label needs.
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Vinyl Print

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Sasis Replacement

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OUR PRODUCTS

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  • How to order follow our steps

 

Option 1.

 

  • WhatsApp our team image's of the vin label/plate along with the overall size & width.

 

 

 

  • Option 2.

  • Complete the boxes supplied with your vin tag data, including the width and overall size. Or attached image on check-out

 

 

 

  • How to take picture of the vin labels

  • It only needs to be clear for us to perceive the necessary details—a perfect picture is not necessary.  

 

 

 

  • DO'S & DONT WHEN ORDERING FROM OTHER SUPPLIERS

  •  If a supplier requests that you take a perfect picture of the door B pillar vin label, it is likely that the label will be printed on vinyl from the image you sent. 

  • Be cautious when ordering from suppliers that claim to offer anti-tamper labels , as anti tamper labels do not need to be laminated instead it will be standard vinyl print that doesn't handle heat or cold well and fades quickly in the matter of weeks to months if your the lucky one, furthermore void labels are just the same not even close to original manufactures specification (OEM), especially on windscreen labels. Moreover, providing such labels to your customers can harm your reputation and raise unwarranted, costly questions that will be difficult to resolve. 

  • see above image customers vehicle was sized by police/vosa at random check point leaving motorway on checking the vehicle over police officer noticed the vin label was extremely poor quality (Fake) as a result the vehicle was taken for the owner for suspicion of been cloned/stolen (Customer) was able to prove he purchased the vehicle from a trader several week earlier luckily the trader kept receipt of work carried out and purchase receipt from Copart salvage auction (Cat U Unrecorded stolen recovered) trader ordered (a cheap vin label set) as a result cost the customer recovery costs and impound charges which the trader had to pay for. Remember cheap is not always good buy with confidence at sasis!

 

 

  •  Buy Cheap and Prepare to Pay Twice.  

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