Car identification system

Police & User Guide

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The following template identifies the typical points that are marked on a car. Variation may occur depending the models and brands.

Typical marking points

  • Hinges and doors
  • Engine
  • Strut Housing
  • Air Intake
  • Radiator
  • ABS Module
  • Engine Block
  • Intake Manifold
  • Fuse Box
  • Alternator
  • Speed Control
  • Computerboard
  • Headlightboard
  • Transmissionboard

Additional marking points

  • Front & Rear Bumper
  • Turbo charger
  • Side & Under seats
  • Electric radiator fan
  • Inside Alloy wheels
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Sticker marking points

  • Beside hood latch mechanism
  • Hood inner side
  • Windows
  • Main board

Additional sticker marking points

Additional sticker marking points can be chosen according to Sticker identification points personal preference. We highly recommend placing the stickers as visible as possible, so they can be spotted easy by Police as well as warning off potential thieves.

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DNA Protected Microdots

A simple, permanent and effective method of identifying and marking cars.

The dots are mixed with a special adhesive whichreflectsunder UVlight exposure. Once the spots have been detected, a microscope/magnifier is needed to read the PIN. For prove of proprietorship, the police & users, can match this pin to the legitimate owner in the database

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DNA PROTECTED is an innovative security company, giving you the latest forensic crime solutions methods. With microdot technology and forensic pens, we are indisputably linking criminals to their crimes & thieves to their stolen goods. Forensic marking is the application of DNA to an object in order to make it distinctive, unique and undoubtedly recognizable. How else would you be able to pick one mobile phone from a pile of 100 of the same make and model? Serial numbers and other identification methods are being detected and overridden as thieves keep advancing and adapt to the newest security measures. The goal is to apply markings without hurting the look or the quality of the item on the one hand and are as good as impossible to remove on the other.

The process is very simple. A DNA PROTECTED sticker has been applied to indicate that a vehicle is marked with a unique forensic code. Police Officers are using UV lights to find the forensic mark on your car. Once detected they need to use the magnifier to read the code on the microdot. Checking the code in the database, the owner of the car is identified in an instant. In case stickers are removed or damaged, Police Officers are still able to detect the unique PIN under UV light.

Typical marking points are the locations on your car where your PIN has been written/applied. These are usually the most expensive and valuable parts of your vehicle and police officers are also trained and guided to look for these marks. In some models & brands, typical marking points may vary and naturally, users are free to mark additional points to this criteria.