How do I look up the specs of my vehicle?
Go to a VIN decoder website, such as AutoCheck.com, DecodeThis.com or DMV.org. You can use any of these websites to decode your VIN and reveal the meaning of each character to find vehicle specs. Enter the VIN in the search box on any of these sites, then press “Enter.”
What model vehicle do I have?
The back of your car should have the manufacturer’s name on one side and the model on the other side. Plus, the car maker’s logo is usually on the front and back of your car. The make and model of the vehicle is usually located on the cover of the owner’s manual. Or, it can be found within its first few pages.
How do I check AutoCheck for free?
Where to Get a Free AutoCheck Report and Other Resources
- Check used car listings at eBay where sellers who create fewer than 7 vehicle listings per year are provided free vehicle history reports from AutoCheck.
- Look for the patented AutoCheck Score in every free AutoCheck vehicle history report.
What is the make and model of my car?
How can I tell the make and model of my car? The logo on the hood or grill of the car is the manufacturer, or make, of the vehicle. The word or string of characters embossed on the back of the vehicle is usually the car’s model.
Do you have to comply with Air Force Instruction 34-242?
All Air Force military and civilian personnel (includes Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) and Air National Guard (ANG) units and members) must comply with this publication. This instruction does not apply to the Casualty Assistance and Civil Defense Programs. It may be supplemented.
Where does AFMAN 32-1084 facility requirements standards come from?
Click on the “Facility Class” titles for subordinate standard documents by Category Group, then by Category Code. Authority for these standards is derived from AFI 32-1024 and AFMAN 32-1084. They provide guidance for determining space allocations for Air Force facilities and may be used to program new facilities or evaluate existing spaces.
How are catcodes used in the Air Force?
They provide guidance for determining space allocations for Air Force facilities and may be used to program new facilities or evaluate existing spaces. Download the AF CATCode Spreadsheet for a complete list of all CATCodes.
When did the Air Force fleet performance memorandum come out?
On 24 May 2011, the President issued a Federal Fleet Performance memorandum directing federal agencies to lead by example in fuel efficiency and innovative technology, including putting one million advanced vehicles on the road by 2015. The memo states,