Along with a CARFAX you should get your potential vehicle inspected

Date posted: October 24, 2012

I found several trucks that I was interested in, and used CARFAX to determine which histories were safer. I discovered that dealerships often have major work done at offsite facilities and don’t report that to CARFAX, making it look like the cars/trucks are actually in better shape than they really are. All consumers should use CARFAX as a starting point, and ultimately use a qualified mechanic to inspect a vehicle and give you that information first. If the seller isn’t willing to do that, then pass on the car and find someone who is.

-Jason D.

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