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ServNet Standardizes Vehicle Descriptions Using Black Book VIN and Universal Vehicle Code System

May 23, 2006

INDIANAPOLIS – ServNet, an association of independently owned automobile auctions, has chosen Black Book as its provider of vehicle identification information. All vehicles sent to a participating ServNet auction will be checked in and identified by a standardized description using Black Book’s VIN interpretation, which includes the added component of Black Book’s Universal Vehicle Code (UVC) system to identify the vehicle down to the trim level. ServNet Auction Group is comprised of 23 independently owned auto auctions located throughout the United States. Its member auctions work together to enhance the full range of remarketing services they offer, which include reconditioning, transportation, inventory financing, and Internet marketing tools.
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