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If engine number is known can we check the chassis number

After the accident the area where chassis number is written was burnt and had to be repainted now i cant get the chassis number though the engine number is known

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A part of the engine number should be the pair of the chassis; maybe entire number.
Why don't you use a brush to clean the paint on the frame to be visible? If you don't the guys from tehnical inspection will do it.

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