Car Accident Lawyer


Vehicular accidents are the most common cause of sudden death for most citizens all over the world. Some car accidents are caused by mechanical failures and some were caused by being irresponsible. Whatever the reason is, still, this type of accident already has cost millions of lives all over the world.

In most car accidents, negligence of either of the two drivers involved was the root cause. Settlement usually took place when the neglectful driver tries to avoid charges. This may end up in paying hospital bills for the party who’s hurt and paying for any further damages.

Teenagers are sometimes very risky. That is the reason why they are more often involved in such accidents. They can be very impulsive and adventurous. According to a survey, in almost seventy percent of vehicular accident, teenagers, most especially boys were involved. They can be either the victim or the cause of the accident.

During investigation and trials, evidence is needed to prove whose party caused the accident. Car accident lawyers will be in charge of getting evidence and investigating their clients. They are experts in such matters. Just like other lawyers, they also studied law and its basics, but they mastered and become an expert in the field of different car accidents. Reputable car accident lawyers are those who passed license examinations. A personal injury lawyer can also be considered as a car accident lawyer as they both handle different types of accidents.

In most cases, this type of lawyer will be needed to be a partner to other types of lawyers such as crime lawyers. They can work alongside them or just work alone depending on the outcome of the accident. They need to check all sides, even the insurance part as it can help give a positive result on the case they are working on.

If one of the parties involved was a company or a big organization, it can be really a big task for the car accident lawyer. First they need to prove, if their client is the victim and that the negligence was caused by them. During this process, lawyer needs not just to collect evidence but also to check the background of that company or organization that can help them win the case. Dealing with such powerful people is accompanied with different risk and challenges. Since lawyers studied law and been an expert on implying it, they know their own standing and know their boundaries and limitations.

Car accident lawyers will only be in charge if the accident causes property damage, physical injury and/or death took place. In these cases, thorough investigation and further research must be used to successfully complete the case. Lawful advice, discussions and meetings will be provided by the lawyer so that the client will know their standings on the case.

The law is powerful. None of us must act against it. But in accidents, there are instances that we can’t really control doing such things. Being careful and knowing each of our limitations should take place to avoid breaking driving laws and regulations.


Source by Hannah S Watson

Becoming a Furniture Mover


There are is a few criteria that you must meet before you can become a furniture mover. These criteria will allow you to perform the job. Usually there are no specific educational requirements but you must be able to read and write. You must be strong and physically fit and need a driver’s license that is valid. A furniture mover may work for a store that delivers furniture or for a moving company. When applying for a job many companies will require that you pass a physical exam in order to become a furniture mover. Working as a furniture mover you will be lifting heavy items and carrying large items of furniture through cramped spaces and up and down stairs.

In addition to the criteria, there are certain attributes you will need.

• Good communication skills so you can deal with customers effectively along with other employees

• Be courteous to customers as they can be demanding at time

• Be trustworthy so you will be allowed into customer’s home and if working with a moving company you need to be trustworthy so you do not steal anything of value from the customers you are moving.

• Be bondable and insured to be an insurable driver of the company vehicle

• Clean, respectable appearance as you are representing the company the customer is dealing with.

• Not have an over abundance of piercings or tattoos that could be considered excessive, controversial, or offensive to the customer.

• Have the ability to read street signs and find addresses

• May be required to drive a stick shift so it would be helpful if you can do this

• Work well as a team member as most work as a team of two in order to do the job safely

• Know how to fill out paperwork and keep records of items delivered.

Once you have submitted your application to be a furniture mover for a company you will normally be required to pass a physical exam. To get the open position you may have to pass a drug test and criminal background check. You may also be subjected to random drug tests. If you are hired it could be part-time or full-time work. When working for a moving company, if you have to move a customer out of state you may be required to stay overnight and returning the next morning.

If you are hired by a moving company, you will need to know how to drive a semi-truck. The company may hire you even if you do not know how to drive a semi-truck and pay for your training. Working for a moving company, you may drive out of state or even across country.


Source by Lora Davis

Carefree Awning Review


Carefree Awning: Making the Outside of the RV Home

Whether you have a motor home, travel trailer, folding trailer, or truck camper, you know that it is a home away from home. Making it look great and give you maximum comfort is one of your main goals. One of the ways to achieve this is to invest in a Carefree Awning for your trailer. These awnings provide shade from the sun and a spot of out the rain. They also personalize the trailer and add to the outdoor living space.

Awning Types

The type of awning that you purchase will depend on the type of RV that you have. In terms of a motor home, there are 12 different patio awnings to choose from. Some of them are operated manually, while others can be opened and closed with the push of a button. The Paramount is three awnings in one, including a slideout, window, and full patio awning. The fancy Mirage automatically retracts when it detects high winds. Companion awnings are made specifically for windows and doors.

There are nine patio awnings for travel trailers. The Eclipse opens in seconds after pushing a button, unrolling a sturdy, attractive awning. The Freedom Roof Mount awning has legs that unfold at eye level. They also offer slideout and companion awnings for travel trailers.

For pop-up campers, there is a bag awning available. Carefree offers smaller versions for truck campers, but they still come in patio, companion, and slideout options.


Carefree Awning offers accessories to improve the look and functionality of your product. There are special lights that can be installed to help you enjoy your outdoor space at night and keep bugs away. You can purchase a shade that hangs from the awning to keep the sun out. If you want to screen in the space or make it into another room, Carefree offers products that do just that. All of these accessories can be removed easily and stored in bags for easy travel.

Some automatic awnings, such as the Eclipse, come with a push-button remote control to help you easily control the awning from anywhere inside or outside of the RV. There are also awning mats to give you a living surface to place tables and chairs on.

Replacement Fabric

If you have an old, worn-out awning, then Carefree can help with plenty of colors to choose from. Replacement fabric types include vinyl, acrylic, and polyweave. The replacements are available for window and door awnings, too. The fabrics come in a variety of solid colors or patterns and can be installed for a reasonable price. Fixing the awning will make the whole RV look better and give you more protection and reliability.

No matter what type of RV you own, Carefree Awning has an awning, accessory, or replacement fabric to improve the look and usability of your camper. If you want shade, privacy, to keep the bugs out, or to expand your outdoor living space, an awning is the perfect way to meet all of these needs. It will help to make your RV a true home away from home.


Source by Paul D Browne

Moving an Armoire? Let a Professional Mover Show You How It’s Done The RIGHT Way


Yes your armoire is heavy. If you find yourself having to move it, you will need three things: skill, patience, and knowledge.

Moving an armoire can be accomplished if you take your time and plan. What does planning consist of when moving an armoire? Good old fashion notebook paper and pencil will be a good place to start.

Being a professional mover, I have moved a lot of bulky, awkward, and heavy armoires over the years. I like to start by writing down the measurements of the armoire (L*W*H). Knowing these important measurements will allow you to know if the armoire will fit through the door, and those measurements will allow you to know the best way the armoire will fit onto the moving truck. The last thing you need is to move a heavy armoire and then find out it wont fit. After you measure these dimensions with a measuring tape, write these numbers down on paper so you don’t forget.

After measurements are taken, I pad the armore well to prevent scratches, chipping, and marring from occurring. Professional movers like to use a good thick 8 lb pad for this, but the average do-it-yourself mover can rent moving pads from places like Uhaul to pad their expensive furniture with.

Don’t skimp here! Use plenty of pads to get the job done. A lot of so called professional movers will use inferior padding, or skimp padding all together. The results can be devastating–An expensive armoire destroyed, and a concerned customer mad!

After the pads have been placed on the armoire, use brown movers tape or movers rubber bands to secure the padding to the armoire. Make sure not to get any tape on the armorire itself. Tape can damage wood, so make sure tape is always on top of the padding.

Once the armoire is padded and taped well, it will be time to move it into the moving truck. A heavy armoire should be placed near the front of the truck, so make sure it is one of the first things you load. Keep the weight even, and keep the weight steady so the armoire does not tip over. Two or three strong men will be needed to carefully transport the armore into the truck.

Additional info:

1.Never push or slide your armoire because even on sliders an armoire’s legs can become weak and break.
2.An armoire’s knobs should always be removed – they can snap off easily while transporting.


Source by Anthony Leverett

Things Aren’t Always What They Seem To Be


Two gas company servicemen, a senior training supervisor and a young trainee, were out checking meters in a suburban neighborhood. They parked their truck at the end of the alley and worked their way to the other end. At the last house a woman looking out her kitchen window watched the two men as they checked her gas meter.

After they finished checking the meter, the senior supervisor challenged his younger co-worker to a foot race down the alley back to the truck to prove that an older guy could outrun a younger one. As they came running up to the truck, they realized the lady from that last house was huffing and puffing right behind them. They stopped and asked her what was wrong. Gasping for breath, she replied, “When I see two gas men running as hard as you two were, I figured I’d better run too!”

This little story and our Gospel reading from Luke this morning are both examples of the old adage that things are not always what they seem to be. When the disciples saw Herod’s temple, they saw its external beauty, but they failed to see what was really behind it-spiritual bankruptcy, hypocrisy, oppression, rejection of Christ and the Gospel, and Christ’s impending death at the hands of the religious authorities.

That’s why Jesus warned the disciples to beware of the false teachers who would come and proclaim that they were the promised Messiah. He knew that just like the temple’s beauty hid its ugly secrets, the false teachers with their appearances, methods and teachings would hide their true motives. False teachers exist in our society today. This can best be explained with another story. It is a comedy routine that I heard several years ago. In this routine, comedian Steve Martin is doing his imitation of a preacher. Part of the routine goes like this:

“The other day I talked to God, and he promised me that he would not talk to any other TV preachers. So if you hear any of those other TV preachers saying that they talked to God, do not send them the $1.50 for their polyester prayer handkerchief”

It is somewhat ironic though that on the Vision TV channel here in Canada you can actually see on Sunday afternoon an evangelist who actually DOES send people a Prosperity Prayer handkerchief. He claims that he personally blesses each handkerchief, and that if you call and ask for one of these handkerchiefs, you will be blessed financially, health-wise, etc. This particular evangelist along with other evangelists such as Benny Hinn promotes what is known as the Prosperity Gospel. It is the belief that God intends his followers to prosper in a materialistic way. Instead of talking about mansions in heaven, they talk about mansions here on earth. They do not tell their followers that Christ expects them to take up their cross and follow him, and their religion bears little resemblance to Jesus and his teachings, especially his teachings about being persecuted for following him.

Not all false prophets are religious. Some of them promote get-rich-quick schemes and preach a gospel of stocks, bonds and real estate. Some of you might have heard of the Bernie Madoff saga. He was the mastermind of a scheme that defrauded thousands of investors of billions of dollars. Unfortunately, there are all kinds of schemers out there, especially schemers who will prey on the elderly and the less fortunate in society.

Jesus does not promise us a rose garden here on earth. In fact, he makes it quite clear to us and his disciples that people will hate them and persecute them. He doesn’t tell the disciples that they will escape pain, and he doesn’t tell us that either. He promises that the persecutions that his followers will face will give them opportunities to witness to the Gospel.

Those who do Christ’s work in the world can expect to face persecution. For example, in the Third World Christians regularly face imprisonment, threats, harassment, beatings and even death for their faith. We here in the developed world do not face these extremes, but we still face the prospect of rejection, job loss or discrimination for our faith. Thankfully, in the times of trial, we can turn to God for strength, hope and support. He will give us the strength to face adversity and persecution. He will tell us what to do, say and even think, just like he promised the disciples that he will tell them what to do, say and think.

For example, Peter and John will be arrested and use the occasion to witness to the council. This is mentioned in Acts 4:1-22. The council will be amazed at their testimony and will order them not to speak of Jesus further, but fear of the people will keep them from meting out more severe punishment. Stephen will preach a long and powerful sermon to the council in Acts 7, and it will lead to his martyrdom. Paul and Silas will be arrested and flogged, but they will sing songs of praise in prison. An earthquake will free them, but they will stay in their cells and eventually convert the jailer and his family. When the authorities try to release them, they will assert their Roman citizenship and protest their wrongful arrest, forcing the authorities to apologize. This is mentioned in Acts 16:16-40.

When Rome destroyed the temple in 70 AD, the Jews were scattered to the four winds. They were without a homeland until the United Nations created the state of Israel in 1947. They survived and grew stronger and more resilient-just like they did during persecutions such as the Holocaust. They survived because Yahweh/God gave them strength. They were forced to take responsibility for worship wherever they happened to be. We are the same. When faced with adversity, we have a choice. We can let it beat us, or we can beat it. God will give us the strength to beat it, and in the process, we will become stronger and better Christians because of our experience.

Some of you might have heard of an actress named Renee Russo. She is one of the most glamorous women in Hollywood, and has acted in movies with starts such as Kevin Costner, John Travolta and Mel Gibson. These things are external signs of success, but for years she did not feel successful on the inside. After she dropped out of school in her teens, she was discovered by an agent and moved to New York to model. She thought that getting jobs and recognition would make her happy, but it didn’t. They were not enough. Her low self-esteem made her feel like no amount of success was enough. She kept thinking that business success or people around her could fill the void and make her happy, but nothing did.

So she dropped out of the business, and began taking classes in theology. For four years she studied theology, and slowly she began to realize that her lack of self-esteem was caused by a lack of faith. She had been going through life without any purpose, no reason for doing the things she did. She was not aware of her gifts, and she had no set goals for her life. As she learned more about faith, she understood that every life has a purpose, and that every person has something special to contribute. Now that she has a new outlook on life, she is much better able to handle her success. She is now married and the mother of a young daughter. All these things might have been out of her reach if she had never taken the time to learn about her faith.

Renee Russo was fortunate to discover that her feelings of misery and insecurity could be used in a positive way to help her find God. That is true of every experience in life. There is a meaning to life. There is a purpose. Even more importantly, behind life there is a divine intelligence that can help us turn negatives into positives, tragedies into triumphs, heartaches into hallelujahs.

Luke’s Gospel reading is one that fundamentalist, Bible-thumping preachers would love because it speaks of the “hell, fire and brimstone” that will occur before Christ returns. Are we in the end times today? Maybe yes, maybe no. Although Christ mentions the signs of his return, and many of these signs are around us today, many of these signs also appeared in the past.

We often want to know what the future looks like. That’s why some people resort to seeing false prophets or teachers such as psychics and fortune-tellers. We have the only true psychic and fortune teller, and his name is Jesus. In our Gospel reading, Jesus tells us and the disciples what the future will be like, and he does not pull any punches. The future will not be easy for his followers as they do his work in our world. We must make our brothers and sisters in Christ (as well as the lost) feel the real need to be a part of the worshipping community. If we are persecuted for our work, we can take comfort in the knowledge that in the end God will fashion eternity.

The work will not be easy. We will get tired. It’s hard to put others’ needs ahead of our own. It’s hard to volunteer to work at the local food bank or help with the local Christmas Cheer campaign or teach a Bible study and to keep on doing it week after week, month after month, year after year. It’s even tough for us to do the right thing in our lives when it is often easier to take shortcuts. It is at times like these when we need that vision of Christ’s return to sustain us. We get that hope and keep it alive through prayer and worship. They fill our spiritual gas tank and give us the energy to continue.

The cost of discipleship is obedience to God and imbedded in that cost is the gift of freedom. We know that the cost of work is service to us, long hours, tired bodies, weary minds. And it is all for the glory of God. And the gift imbedded in that strenuous activity is joy in the Lord. The good news is that we are all followers, not pioneers, and God holds us all close throughout all our life’s journey. We are indeed beloved and blessed.


Source by Craig Condon

Garage Insurance – Used Car Dealers and Repair Shops Watch Those Symbols


Garage insurance is a much misunderstood policy form. Many professional insurance agents are confused about exactly when to use it and more importantly exactly how. You can use a garage liability policy to protect a used car dealer, often referred to as dealer’s insurance, or you can use this same form to protect an automotive repair shop or to set up body shop insurance. The trick is to know the symbols. If you own a car dealership or an automotive repair shop and are purchasing insurance for your business, it is advisable that you find an agent who specializes in the garage insurance form to help you with this purchase so you don’t end up with the wrong form and perhaps find yourself without coverage after a large loss.

As I mentioned earlier, both types of businesses, auto repair and or body shops and used car dealers both need the garage policy. But exactly what kind of operations are covered in these policies is driven by the symbols shown on the policy. This is very important. If your business is automotive repair or body work but your policy is set up with symbols that would apply to a car dealership, you could find yourself without coverage in the event of a liability loss.


So how do you know if you have the correct symbols and thus the correct form? Pull out your garage policy and look at the first page.   Beside each type of coverage, usually to the left, there will be a least one two digit number between 21 and 31. These symbols will describe what is protected by the coverage shown beside that symbol. Here is a list of the most common symbols and what each one protects:

Symbol 21                 Any auto

Symbol 22                 All owned autos

Symbol 23                 Owned private passenger autos only

Symbol 24                 Owned autos other than private passenger

Symbol 25                 Owned autos subject to no fault laws

Symbol 26                 Owned autos subject to Uninsured Motorists law

Symbol 27                 Specifically described autos

Symbol 28                 Hired autos only

Symbol 29                 Non-Owned autos used in the Garage Business

Symbol 30                 Autos Left for Service/Repair/Storage

Symbol 31                 Autos on Consignment


As you have probably figured out, if you are an automobile dealer and you have symbol 30 on your policy, you would find yourself without coverage. So why not just put symbol 21 on all coverages? Well, since code 21 is the broadest coverage, you would have to pay more for this insurance policy and in some cases you might be purchasing insurance protection that you didn’t really need.


Take some time to look at your policy carefully and review the symbols for each line of coverage to make sure that they are appropriate for the work you do. If you need help with this process, consult your agent. If you agent doesn’t specialize in businesses needing garage policy, ie dealers insurance and auto repair shop insurance, then find one who does. This protection is just too important to leave up to an agent who is practicing on the job learning on your policies.


Source by Wake Clinard

Does Stephen Hobbs’ Lazy Way to Buy and Sell Cars Really Work?


When the economic climate is in a state of recession and unemployment is rising, it only makes sense to starting looking for an at home business. If you have your own business, you don’t have to depend upon having an employer to earn money. You can be your own boss and set your own hours.

And one business that is not going away anytime soon is the used car business. People have been making money buying and selling cars ever since the automobile was invented. The used car business is a ready made market with plenty of demand for low cost, reliable transportation. In today’s modern society, transportation is a must, no matter how you look at it. People need transportation. This means there’s always going to be an in-demand market for cars. And having a business where there is a definite market is the first thing you look for when considering running your own business.

One way to earn money selling used cars is outlined in Stephen Hobbs’ e-book The Lazy Way to Buy and Sell Cars for Profit. But, does his method of marketing really work? How difficult is it to buy and sell cars for profit? Do you need a license, and can you do this out of your home?

The answer to these questions – and many more – are all contained in Stephen’s e-book. In the book Stephen sets out to destroy some of the myths around this business that has kept others from even attempting it. You can set up a profitable home-based business without having to obtain a dealer’s license.

“You don’t need to get a car dealers license unless you want to and getting one suits what you want to do with this,” Stephen points out. He suggests that you start out small. And he reveals a completely legal way for you to buy and sell cars for profit while retaining all the advantages of having a car dealers license, yet without any of the disadvantages. It’s all up to you how you want to work it.

Once you know how to deal with sellers of used cars, you can get the price you want. Stephen’s book teaches you the secrets of negotiation. He also teaches you which cars to look for in the cars you buy and which to leave on a sellers lot. Armed with this knowledge, you will soon become an expert on what cars are in demand and will sell for a premium profit, and what cars to stay away from. Having this knowledge is key to becoming successful in this business.

If you are looking for a business that you can be up and running with in a relatively short time period, buying and selling cars is something you will want to seriously consider. With over 150 pages of no-fluff realistic content, Stephen’s book will help shorten the time frame between buying your first used car and closing a sale with a ready-made buyer. You will soon learn what others have already learned, that “consistent demand makes this the perfect recession proof business.”


Source by Thomas Eliot

Countries Famous For Their Cars


When one starts a search for a new car, or in fact a used car, there are a number of things to consider. For example, some people may not want to travel very far to get their new car and should therefore consider dealerships that are only close by. For instance, people in New Jersey may want to buy from a Buick NJ dealership, a GMC NJ dealership, or find a used Buick in NJ. Another important factor in a good car buying decision is the budget that the person has set aside. Of course, only if cuts can be made elsewhere in the individual’s budget should they consider going over the amount they initially planned to spend. Finally, some people may consider what cars are most popular when making their decision, and that is what the next few paragraphs will discuss, is the countries with some of the best reputations for making good cars and the brand names that are associated with each country.

One country known for producing good cars is Germany. While German cars often times end up on the more expensive side of things, they really are typically worth the money with their excellent and precise engineering and good driving. Some of the more popular brands from Germany are Audi, Volkswagen, BMW, and Mercedes, all of which have a reputation as being at least semi luxurious automobiles. While it may seem funny and ridiculous to Americans, it happens that many taxi cabs in Germany are made by one of those four brands because they are domestic and therefore more plentiful in their country.

Another nation known for producing good and well made cars is Japan. Amongst the more popular makes from this country are Toyota, Honda, and Lexus, however Lexus is actually the luxury end of Toyota and therefore not their own company. Many people who purchase Japanese cars are very happy with their decisions and it is often stated on Toyota commercials that up to 80% of the Toyota Camry models sold in the past twenty years are still on the road, a very impressive feat that speaks to the durability and reliability of that particular model.

In terms of style, elegance, and pure, unadulterated luxury in automobiles nobody can top the Italians. While many of them cost more than the average American house, Italian cars are truly some of the best in the world. With brands such as Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Alfa Romeo, an Italian sports car is the must have item for all rockers, star athletes, and other millionaires. In fact, the best way to buy a car like this if one is so inclined is to try and find a model that is over twenty years old and possibly in need of some repair, because while they are still good cars you can then buy them at prices that seem incredibly low based on what they were initially worth.

Many countries have excellent reputations when it comes to car production and there are lots of factors to consider when making an automobile purchase.


Source by Connor R Sullivan

Pro’s and Con’s of Buying a New or Used Auto Engine


Does your car or truck part give you trouble in performance? Is it tough to get easily their replacement parts in the market? Well in that case you might have already weighed the options of going for a brand new engine. So how do you really decide between the thrill of buying a new auto and economizing on an old one? There is no definite answer for this question but going for a used auto engine might still be a cheaper option even if you buy a discounted new car. Having said this you should always keep in mind, some important factors on any engine new or used usually have, like-

Depreciation Value, usually the highest cost involved

Maintenance and repair

Your interest on loan


Fuel consumption

You can easily make an accurate estimate of these costs for any auto engine on your own or with the help of the vast resources on the net. Once this is done all you need to do is to keep the following checklist handy to guide you through your purchase-

New engine Pro’s

Comes under warranty

Well Maintained

You can pick the exact color and options you want

New engine Con’s

High depreciation cost involved

Taxes and insurance is higher

Have to deal with salesperson

Used engine Pro’s

Lower purchase price

Insurance and tax rate are less

Depreciation is flatter

Used Engine Con’s

Low reliability previous owner might be getting rid of it

High maintenance

Recently it has been seen that a nationwide network of online automotive stores have popularized the sale and purchase of used auto engine/parts. Since there is no middleman involved therefore these online firms offer the customers all their products at ware house prices. If you go with this option you will not only save money but also time. Hence, now you need not run around the market dealing with temperamental salespeople to fix your automobile. So the conclusion is that you should go for the new car only when you have a good budget else simply replace your auto engine with some used engine offered in the market in a good quality.


Source by Manoj Tiwari

Precautions You Should Take While Buying Used Cars


Perhaps, the economic downturn is one of the main reasons for the growth of the used cars market. Many people opt for buying used or pre-owned cars because according to them, it is not wise to invest in new vehicles when the economy is in such a bad shape. If you are also looking to buy a used car, you should check some of the most important aspects before closing the deal.

– Firstly, you should decide your budget for buying your vehicle. You may mostly purchase the vehicle for the use of your entire family and hence, your choice of the vehicle depends not only upon your budget but on the size of your family also.

– Once you narrow down the list of the cars you are looking for, you must choose a good dealer who has pre-owned cars of these models.

– After short-listing the cars, you should make it a point to check the years of registration of the cars. Buying a car that has run more than 18,000 Kilometers is not advisable. But, while checking this, you should see if the Odometers of the vehicles are functioning well.

– The engine of a car is the most important part and so, you should check if you are able to start the engines smoothly. The other parts such as transmission, frame, tires, exhaust are equally important and hence, you should make sure that they are also in good working condition. Further, the transmission and the drive shaft should be in a durable condition. If you test-drive the vehicles along with your own mechanic, you will be able to check if all these parts including the engine and the transmission are functioning well.

– In countries like the US, you can get Car Fax reports and from them, you can know the complete history of the cars. You can know the details of the accidents, if any, also from these reports. The mileage of the cars, their erstwhile owners, etc. will also be available on these reports. You can also get the details of the inspection and service history of the cars from these Car Fax reports. The previous owners may not have reported some of the accidents but, they will also find a place on these reports.

– You should never buy flood-damaged cars because it is very risky. You can find this out by contacting the National Insurance Crime Bureau with the Vehicle Identification Numbers of the cars. You can detect this also by inspecting the cars thoroughly and by checking if there are moldy odors. If you find rust in any parts of the cars, you can conclude that floods have damaged the vehicles.

– You should check the cooling system, the radiator, the alternator and the starter of the cars. There should not be any leaks in the radiators. Brakes should be in top condition.

Even if you are well-acquainted with the dealer, you should have your own mechanic with you while inspecting the vehicles. Of course, the dealer may have his own mechanic but you should insist test-drives by your mechanic only.

These tips will help you to zero in on the right pre-owned car.


Source by Raman Kuppuswamy