After reading the many posts about registration problems, vehicle inspection nightmares etc. I decide to go outside and have a look at my SJ410 that I bought about a year ago. BIG PROBLEM: the VIN number on the registration/insurance papers and the one on the dash DO NOT match. Not even close. However the secondary VIN- which is very noticeable, on the passenger side frame rail matches the registration papers and every other document I have for the vehicle including a lien and past vehicle damage search done at time of purchase. The VIN that is on the dash is actually, from factory, a sticker type VIN beleive it or not(other SJ410 owners can verify this), not a steel plate as most vehicle VINs,including Samurai's are. Right now its registered-insured etc legit, instead of bringing this to ICBC's attention and fawking myself, should I just black- out the non-matching VIN on the dash? Also the vehicle is listed as a Suzuki Forsa on the papers,not Sj410. I have heard from other SJ410 owners that it is common for them to be documented as Forsas because Sj410 doesn't exist in ICBC's computers. Highly stressed - and mad at myself for not picking up on this when I bought it. What the fawk should I do?