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We are an association of consumer advocates that are sick and tired of the dirty business practices of used auto dealers. We offer free car fact checks to avoid rip-offs.

We outline ways for working class Americans to avoid buying lemons, suffering financial loss and excess emotional distress at the hands of a greedy used car dealership.

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You can find your vehicle's VIN number from the car itself. A VIN is visible on the lower right hand (driver's side) corner of the dash when looking through the front windshield. The VIN is need for used car fact reports. The VIN is also printed inside the drivers door on the frame. You may also find the VIN on registrations, titles and proof of insurance cards.

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Free Carfacts Check or get a complete Used Car Fact online for any used car. You will need the car's VIN number. Locate the VIN Number help Here. Start your Carfacts FREE lemon check below:

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Countless studies have shown that every day in the United States and Canada thousands of ordinary people - just like you - unknowingly purchase a vehicle with costly, hidden problems. Car Facts Can help.

Sadly enough, there are people, that will tell you anything just to sell you a car. Protect yourself, be an informed consumer, don't become a victim of:

•Odometer Rollback/Rollover
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•Salvage Titles/Auction
•Flood/Fire-damage Titles
•Lemon/Rebuilt Title
•Major Accidents
•Stolen Property

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CARFACTS - Used Car Fact Terms

Car Auction - Auto auctions provide carfacts with odometer readings of cars brought to the auction for sale and whether or not it sold. It is common practice for cars to be wholesaled at auctions.

Damage Disclosure Title - The title issued when the seller indicates that the car has sustained damage as a result of one or more incidents. The amount of damage varies by state.

Date Reported - Refers to the date when the transaction occurred. Emissions Inspections - Many states or counties require annual or biennial emissions inspections. Odometer readings are collected at the time of the inspection.

Exempt Vehicle - The vehicle is over 10 years old, was manufactured before 1986, and is exempt from odometer reporting requirements. Flood

Damage Title - States issue flood titles when a vehicle has been in a flood or has received extensive water damage.

General Comments - carfacts reports display important information in the General Comment section, including potential problems for each transaction. Comments will vary, depending on the source of the information. Information Source - Refers to the provider or origin of the transaction. There are several sources you may see on a report including Motor Vehicle Department, Auto Auctions, Salvage Auctions, and Emissions Inspection Stations.

Lemon Law - Most states have a lemon law to protect consumers from having to keep a car that has recurring problems. If someone buys a new car fact with major problems, and the manufacturer fails to repair the defect in a certain amount of time, the manufacturer may be required to refund the consumer's money by buying the used car back.

Lien - A lien is an ownership right to a piece of property. When a financial institution loans money to someone purchasing a car fact, the financial institution has a lien on the vehicle. Other types of liens include mechanics' liens and child support liens.

Manufacturer Buyback LEMON Title - The title issued when a used car fact with major problems has been repurchased by a manufacturer. State laws vary as to the requirements for a "buyback."

Motor Vehicle Dept. - Motor Vehicle Departments issue both used car titles and registrations to a vehicle's owner. Each title or registration record which appears on a carfacts report does not necessarily indicate a change in ownership. New titles and registrations can be created for name, address and lienholder changes; ownership changes; vehicle status changes; registration activity; title corrections; and lost titles.

Odometer Rollback - If a more recent odometer reading is less than an older reading, then the odometer may have been "rolled back".

Odometer Rollover Exceeds Mechanical Limits - When the seller certifies, under the Truth in Mileage Act, that the odometer reading EXCEEDS MECHANICAL LIMITS of the odometer, usually 99,999 miles.

Rebuilt/Reconstructed Title - The vehicle sustained damage and was rebuilt or reconstructed, then the used car fact is placed back on the road.

Repossession - When a repossession occurs a car fact owner fails to make loan payments, and the financial institution holding the title takes possession of the used car.

Salvage Auction Record - Cars that are sold at salvage auctions. These cars have been declared a total loss by an insurance company, are recovered stolen vehicles, or have been repossessed.

Salvage/Junk Title - States issue salvage titles when an insurance company takes possession of a used car as a result of a claim. This generally occurs after a car fact has been declared a total loss. States issue junk titles to indicate that a car is not road worthy and cannot be titled again in that state.

Title Issued - A state issues a title to provide a used car owner with proof of ownership fact. Each title has a unique fact number. Each title or registration record which appears on a carfacts report does not necessarily indicate a change in ownership.

Total Loss - An insurance company declares a vehicle a total loss when paying a claim for the full value of the vehicle. Insurance companies typically take possession and obtain the title of such vehicles.

Unreliable Odometer Not Actual Mileage - When the seller certifies, under the Truth in Mileage Act, that the odometer reading is NOT ACTUAL MILEAGE. This may occur because the disclosed odometer reading was not accurate and verifiable.

Vehicle ID No. - This 17 character number is unique to each vehicle. It identifies characteristics of the car fact, including manufacturer, year, model, body, engine specifications, and serial number. Compare used car fact Reports.

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