I don't know how posting a plate number could do any harm. Thousands of people can see my plate every day just driving down the highway.OP - it's not a good idea to post your license plate number. It won't do these sleuths any good in figuring out your situation. You did mention that the license plate says it's a 2016 but plates in the US don't work like that so not sure what that means exactly. There's a plate inside your drivers door (not the actual door but on the car) that lists vitals such as "date of manufacture."
I think a picture of your "new" car will help.
As of now, my best guess is it's a 3rd generation Mazda3 with a lifted VIN number. That is, foul play was involved. Not sure if that's even possible these days with how VINs are branded into a car, but crooks always find a way. But crooks are usually more sophisticated and would at least lift the same year VIN, I would only presume.
I guess you're right. It just seemed like a random and odd piece of information to throw out there as a license plate identifier doesn't have any pertinence to the OP's original inquiry. But then again, this whole thread is a bit odd.I don't know how posting a plate number could do any harm. Thousands of people can see my plate every day just driving down the highway.
There is only one system allowed to be used in your country. It is quite similar to all the others around the world, and the date code should be position 10 in all of them. VIN systems are pretty much standardized with some small variations in different countries. I would check with the dealer for a full explanation of your VIN.Ok,
I life in the netherlands.
Maybe theye used a othe vin number system
My car is builded in mexico.
I can make a picture of the plate in de passengees door
There is thw black plate with vin and date