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Price Digests introduces rich spec VIN Decoding for commercial trailers

Price Digests recently introduced enhanced Commercial Truck VIN Decoding capabilities, with nearly 1,000 unique commercial trailer models added. Commercial Trailer VIN Decoding now offers a cost-effective and time-saving advantage for the modern truck and trailer fleet owner, underwriter, accountant and financial professional.

The revamped commercial trailer classification features on-demand VIN decoding for customers with application program interface (API) integrations. It’s comprised of 42 top manufacturers covering 14 trailer types and 24,343 unique trailer configurations – a significant increase from the 2,312 models in the legacy version of Commercial Trailer Blue Book.

“Price Digests already offers the most in-depth scope of truck and commercial trailer data,” said Dan Smith, managing director for Price Digests, an asset data provider to the commercial insurance and equipment finance industries. “However, we observed a growing need from our customers, specifically in the insurance industry.

“As a result, we’re excited to introduce more granular solutions for commercial trailers.”

These new configurations, combined with rich specifications, allow customers to value trailers with a greater deal of precision, Smith said.

Web application customers also can look forward to accessing the expanded trailer offering through a new Price Digests application slated for launch in late April. This completely revamped application will complement the recent introduction of an updated industry-leading tech stack and API platform.

Trailers available for VIN Decoding include aluminum tanks, chip vans, drop decks, dry freight, dumps, electronics, flatbeds, grain, live floor, livestock, lowboys, pneumatic tanks, refrigerated and stainless steel tanks.

To learn more about Price Digests, visit www.pricedigests.com.

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