VIN Chip has been launched to deter criminals looking to steal touring caravans and help aid the identification and recovery
VIN Chip is the theft deterrent and identification system for touring caravans. VIN Chip has been launched to deter criminals looking to steal touring caravans and help aid the identification and recovery.
VIN Chip is unique as it uses both visible and invisible markings containing a touring caravan’s specific 17 digit VIN.
VIN Chip comes as standard on all UK touring caravan models manufactured after 2016 by NCC members. Each unique VIN is linked to the official CRiS database (Central Registration & Identification Scheme).
VIN Chip has 3 key elements that make it so effective:
- Electronic RFID chips Hidden inside the touring caravan make it even more secure and easier for police to detect and identify your property.
- Highly Visible Tamper Evident Security Labels. Contain the unique VIN and demonstrate the touring caravan is chipped to deter would-be thieves.
- Scannable QR codes On the master window label and inside the gas bottle locker, no other security system is quicker in establishing the true identity of a touring caravan.
Two packs are available
VIN Chip pack
Suitable for pre 2016 caravans.
Upgrade to VIN Chip today.
Includes all you need to retro fit your touring caravan to ensure it is protected by the VIN Chip police traceable scheme, including:
- Master Window Label
- Gas Bottle Locker Warning Label
- 1 x RFID Chip
- 10 tamper evident Window Lozenges
- Lint free microfibre cloth
- TO ORDER CALL:- 0203 282 1000
VIN Chip Plus
Suitable for all models.
For added identification VIN Chip Plus offers unique VIN marking for internal and removable items.
- 1 x RFID Chip
- 6 x Internal Tamper Evident Label
- Door Warning Label
- Microdot Pen
- UV Security Pen
- UV Torch
"THE VIN IS THE FIRST THING THE POLICE LOOK FOR TO IDENTIFY A TOURING CARAVAN. THE INTRODUCTION OF VIN CHIP SUPPORTS A FAST AND RELIABLE PROCESS OF CONFIRMATION, AS WELL AS BEING A GREAT DETERRENT, WITH ITS ‘UNIQUE’ CONNECTION TO THE CRiS DATABASE"