Avoid Buying a Lemon or Any Other Problem Title
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This vehicle may have any of the following problems:
- prior accidents
- frame damage
- high-speed crash test
- water damage
- lien holders found
- manufacturer recalls
- auction announced as repaired/replaced odometer
- registration in flood area
- salvage reconstructed flood itle
- altered from the manufacturer's original design
- failed safety inspection
- insurance company ownership
Get Car Lemon Report – Avoid a Lemon Car Buy!
Posted March 24th, 2012
When buying a used car it is a wise idea to get a vehicle history report to make sure you are not buying a vehicle that has been in an accident or had substantial work done to it, also called a car lemon report.
What is the Lemon Laws?
The Lemon Laws are a powerful set of state and federal laws which can be used to help you get rid of your lemon car, truck, rv or boat in possibly less than 30 days and get your money back and avoid spending a dime out-of-pocket on legal fees or costs.
Run VIN lookup to get a car lemon report
VIN is all you need to get a get a car lemon report. To find the vehicle identification number look on the inside of the driver’s door or look on the dashboard. Usually finding the VIN on the dashboard requires looking through the windshield in front of the steering wheel down in the corner where the dashboard and windshield meet. If you already own the car, the VIN number can also be found on your auto insurance papers, as well as on the title.
Where to get a car lemon report?
You can run VIN lookup through an online database containing information about used vehicles. All you need is the VIN (vehicle identification number) of the vehicle you’re thinking about buying. This way you can have a detailed report about that used car. If anything happened to the car in its past, CARFAX will report it.car-lemon-faqcar-lemon-faq