What is a VIN Number and why do we use it? The Vehicle Identification Number
(VIN) was originally described in ISO Standard 3779 in February 1977. It
was last revised in 1983. This VIN was designed to identify motor vehicles,
trailers, motorcycles and mopeds.
Automobiles displaying low mileage. Odometer readings may be rolled back.
Its illegal in most state, but its easy. It is still a common occurance
in used cars.
Seller will not or cannot show you the repair orders or identity of former
Vehicle shipped from out-of-state or received in trade from another dealer.
See carfacts for more info.
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
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