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Author What is a VIN check? 
faba 
Oct 14, 2020, 11:01 pm
What is a VIN?
VIN is an abbreviation of the English "vehicle identification number", which means "vehicle identification number". This is a unique alphanumeric code consisting of 17 characters, which is the main means of identifying a car throughout its life. The VIN is assigned to the car by the manufacturer and does not change, unlike the documents – they are issued to the car in the country of operation and change if its "registration"is changed. In addition, the VIN is not just a set of numbers: it contains information about the manufacturer, year of manufacture, and characteristics of the car.
You can VIN check for free via VinRush https://www.vinrush.com/
By the way, it is because of the decoding of the abbreviation VIN that phrases like "VIN-number" are not quite correct, since they are a tautology. Also, to ensure uniqueness, the VIN never contains the Latin letters I, O, and Q because of their similarity to the numbers 1 and 0.