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With recent new reports of flooded used cars being sold on the east coast as a result of Hurricane Sandy, VehicleHistory.us.org shares how to spot these water-damaged vehicles.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 13, 2012
VehicleHistory.us.org is a new vehicle history report resource that offers quick and cheap car background checks to consumers. With the recent flooding of Hurricane Sandy, the website reviews how to tell if a car is water damaged.
Vehicle history reports are easy to purchase online and it is recommended to do so before a used car purchase but here are a few signs to look for if a car may be water damaged:
-Replaced or new upholstery in a used car
-Smell of the interior (musty or mildewed)
-Water marks on the car’s engine, wheel wheels or trunk
-Rust on screws in console or other suspicious areas
If a consumer cannot spot these problems on a used car, a vehicle history report can tell if there was any legally reported flood damage, services to this damage, totalled status, odometer readings and more.
Don’t end up buying a water-damaged lemon. VehicleHistory.us.org can tell customers if a used car was involved in a flood or any other previous accidents.
At VehicleHistory.us.org they take pride in providing most comprehensive vehicle history reports in United States and Canada. With hundreds of users daily, motor vehicle report availability and customer service are top priorities for VehicleHistory.us.org. For more information, visit the company website or call customer service at 1-855-395-6395.
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