|AVOID FLOOD DAMAGED VEHICLES|
|Posted on: Sep. 15, 2017 in Cars|
Recent flooding in Texas, Florida, and much of the south has been devastating. Many people suffered immeasurable losses, including homes and possessions. Also damaged were many, many cars and trucks that suffered water damage. While flood damaged cars should not be resold without full disclosure (if at all), sometimes these cars do make it back onto the market. Additionally, some may feel that the amount of water a car took on may not be significant enough to mention, thus selling a car they should not.
If you’re buying a used car, especially from an individual rather than a dealer, it’s important that you look for the signs of flood damage.
It’s important to always thoroughly inspect a used vehicle when considering a purchase. While most people are honest, some are not, and you don’t want to fall victim.
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