How to Read Vin Numbers?


You read vin numbers from left to right, just as you read a book. Seriously, the very first digit is what country it was made in. The second digit is to let you know what company made the vehicle. The third digit tells you what is the make of the
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1. Start at zero. Zero sits at the center of a number line. Positive and negative numbers come off of this central starting point. Locate zero on your number line and move from this
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1. Interpret the first digit of the VIN as the manufacturing country. W refers to German; 3 means Mexico. 2. Interpret the second digit as the make. V is for VW. 3. Interpret the
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