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The gist of the problem is that GM treats the vehicle attributes section (position 4,5,6,7) differently depending on whether it is a truck or a car. Normally what I do is design my own crude ETL process to import the data into an RDMBS - each table roughly correlates with the major VIN breakdown.
To look up a VIN is simply a matter of querying the VIEW with each major character code position breakdown of the VIN string. Having worked in this industry, first, asking a question like this on SO is way out of the ballpark. Based on your answer to my comment regarding if you can identify the type of vehicle by using other values, a possible approach could be to have a master table with the common fields and 2 detail tables, each one with the appropriate fields for either cars or trucks. As for DML SQL you would only need to control prior to insert or update sentences whether you have a car or a truck model. Of course you would need to make sure that only one detail exists for each master row, either on the car detail table or on the truck detail table. Why you do not define both of these rules for the decoding; only one will resolve a valid result. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged sql database-design or ask your own question. The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is your vehicle’s legal identifier, and is applied to your car at the moment it enters production. Each VIN number is unique, and is usually a 17 character code made up of letters and numbers, and reveals important details about your vehicle. As well as containing information on the time and place of your car’s creation, it also contains information about the car’s specification and design.


First introduced in 1954, VIN numbers are an important component in determining the history and identity of a vehicle – particularly when combined with the car’s DVLA license plate and V5 or V5C documents.
While license plates can be changed, or personalised, the car’s VIN number remains unchanged, and is best thought of as the primary identification number for your Toyota. In most modern Toyota cars, including the Aygo and British built Auris and Avensis you’ll find the VIN number referenced on a tamper proof sticker located just inside the shut line of the front left hand (passenger side) door. The VIN number is repeated on the vehicles chassis, and is stamped into the metal floor of the car, under the right hand front seat. It’s usually visible through a small flap, deliberately cut into the vehicle’s carpet. These include the four-door Hilux pick-up – in which the tamper proof sticker is to be found mounted just inside the left rear door, and the five-door Aygo – in which it is also mounted just inside the left rear door. Although there are exceptions to the rule, the first three digits usually refer to the country of manufacture, the vehicle maker and the vehicle type.
For example, if you check the first letter of the code, you’ll see J references Japan, S references England, while V identifies France. The second letter is usually T, which describes Toyota, the third describes which group of cars (or sometimes which chassis type) the vehicle sits on. The next six numbers reference the car’s bodystyle and engine and gearbox, while the remaining eight are combination unique to the car, listing the year the car was made, the factory it was produced in and where it came in the production process. As we only have such information for cars registered in the UK you will need to contact the country of origin to find out this information.
Toyota (GB) PLC is a company registered in England and Wales with registered company number 0916634 with it's registered office at Great Burgh, Burgh Heath, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 5UX.


IMHO it would be better to return different data structures for cars, trucks, motorbikes, caravans, etc. Turkey gets an N, while Thailand and South Africa (where some of our Hilux vehicles are produced) get an M or an A.
Unfortunately, due to the fact you are out of the UK we have to advise contacting the nearest dealer in your region as we are unable to help further. After speaking with our technical team we can advise looking on the inside of the passenger side door. We have spoken with our technical department and your VIN number can differ very slightly in location dependent on car model. Our model in the UK is the Yaris and the VIN plate is located on the dashboard as you look through the windscreen. So tell me how can i know about this vehicle details like is it repaired car or broken or another elese. We recommend contacting your local Toyota dealer who’ll be able to help answer any questions you have on your Toyota Coaster. 59-65 Webber Parade Keilor East, Vic, Australia, 3033 If collecting your item, please contact at least 12 hrs prior to arrival. There are common elements that they all share (weight, number of wheels, colour, etc.) but you should model it on what is in the real world.



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