Origin of vinFr, ultimately from Classical Latin vinum: see vine wine
- VIN is defined as the abbreviation for a vehicle identification number.
An example of a VIN is the 17-character number entered on the driver's side dashboard.
- Vin is French for wine.
An example of vin is Vin Santo, a style of dessert wine which is sometimes referred to as "holy wine," probably because of its use in the religious mass.
- Short form of the male given name Vincent.
- Vacu Vin is a rubber cork stopper that holds a weak vacuum in the bottle with a few pumps from the hand pump that comes with the system, creating a low-pressure environment and eliminating much of the oxygen in the bottle.
- Sam Heitner (SH): The Champagne Bureau is the U.S. representative of the Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (CIVC), the trade association that represents all the grape growers and houses of Champagne, France.
- In addition to that, there is the "as is" clause, so you'll need to educate yourself both before the auction (what to look for, how to bid, and so on) and on the car itself (a VIN number for car history is a major key).
- Carfax: Some listings will include a free Carfax report, but if they don't, you can get the vehicle's VIN from the seller and run it here to find out how many owners it's had, if it's been in any accidents, and so on.
- You can remedy this by visiting any Toyota authorized service center where the service department will obtain your vehicle identification number (VIN) and check to see what recall repairs are needed on your Sienna.