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VehicleHistory.us.org Releases a Tip Sheet on How to Avoid Scams by Checking a Vehicle’s History

December 13, 2012

VehicleHistory.us.org, the legit hub for motor vehicle reports, shares new reasons why consumers should check used car history to prevent a scam purchase.

Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 12, 2012

Vehicle history report website VehicleHistory.us.org shares that as many as one in three used vehicles on the road have hidden secrets. If consumers are buying used cars, it is recommended to run a VIN check to protect themselves from any scams.

One reason a vehicle may not be legit are unpaid loans. Find out if a vehicle really belongs to a person before buying it. Unpaid loans may also be transferred to a new owner so it´s important to know the previous ownership with a vehicle history report. The car could also be stolen, which would be a terrible buy.

If a car has been totalled or salvaged from an accident a consumer may want to know. An insurance company may not cover the car if it was involved in something serious, and it´s illegal in the U.S. to drive without car insurance.

Also, being sure of services or up to date inspections can be found through a motor vehicle report. It a car has been damaged an inspection can see if there was anything saved or what has been replaced.

VehicleHistory.us.org recommends checking a car´s history to protect from a scam buy. A used car is a huge purchase and making sure the vehicle doesn´t have a hidden past is key to saving thousands of dollars.

About VehicleHistory.us.org:

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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