NIADA Cautions Dealers Selling Flood Damaged Vehicles


Press Release - November 12, 2012

The Nation­al Inde­pen­dent Auto­mo­bile Deal­ers Asso­ci­a­tion (NIADA) reminds con­sumers and its deal­er mem­bers of a dealer’s oblig­a­tions when sell­ing a vehi­cle that has been dam­aged as a result of flood­ing and to look for obvi­ous signs of water dam­age. As a result of the dev­as­ta­tion of Hur­ri­cane Sandy, we can expect thou­sands of flood dam­aged vehi­cles to enter the stream of com­merce, which can ulti­mate­ly end up in con­sumers’ hands,” said NIADA’s CEO Michael Linn.



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