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How to decrypt the VIN code of the car?
Karl Benz in 1885 designed a self-propelled tricycle with a gasoline engine, and everyone knew that this was Karl Benz's stroller. If he needed spare parts or parts, then he took care of all this himself and was probably happy.
Karl Benz's car did fine without a VIN code. He was the first and only one in the world.Karl Benz's car did fine without a VIN code. He was the first and only one in the world.
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A year later, a similar four-wheeled carriage was created by Gottlieb Daimler, and it was Gottlieb Daimler's car. No one really cared about how and why to identify each particular car. When there were more cars, all problems were solved through the workshop. The equipment belonged to a more or less well-known brand, and that was enough. This continued until the account of the machines produced went to hundreds of thousands and millions of pieces. After all, during the operation of the car, spare parts were also relied on, which were suitable only for a certain model, and even released in a certain period.
The Americans decided to restore order first. In the mid-50s, the number of cars sold in the United States exceeded sales in all other parts of the world combined.
American automakers have started stamping identification numbers on cars and spare parts.
So formally appeared VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), which, however, was not something universal and entirely depended on the whim of GM, Chrysler or another manufacturer.
But in the early 80s, the National Association for Traffic Safety in the United States introduces a requirement that all vehicles must be marked with 17-digit identification numbers. Order reigned, and the structure of the VIN code was formed in the form in which it is known today.
Don't know where to find your car's VIN? Take a look at the operating instructions or use this hint.Don't know where to find your car's VIN? Take a look at the operating instructions or use this hint.

 

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