How to Avoid Scams as Car Buying Season Starts

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More than 47 million cars in the United States have open recalls, and Family Minivans have the highest rate of unfixed safety issues is the family-oriented minivan, with one of every 4.6 having open recalls.
 
No foolin – April 1st is the start of car buying season. In fact, nearly 20 million people will buy a used car over the next five months. Unfortunately, many of them will get burned by sleazy sellers with cars that are rebuilt wrecks, have exploding airbags, odometer rollbacks, and more. Carfax used car expert Larry Gamache is dedicated to helping consumers avoid being the next victim and available for live interviews on April Fools’ Day.
 
From fake car ads to curbstoners and professional crime rings, Larry will share some of his top tips on how to spot a car scam and outsmart the criminals looking to rip off unsuspecting buyers.
 
To help car buyers, free Carfax Reports are available with every vehicle for sale at Carfax. In addition, a free service helps your viewers stay on top of dangerous recalls on their car now and new ones issued in the future, as well as other maintenance requirements.
 
Visit carfax.com for more information.
 
Sponsored by: Carfax

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