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Car Buying Information

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Car Buying Information For Consumers

Looking to buy a new or used car? The websites featured below offer a wealth of information and tools that you can use to make an informed decision.

Autocheck Vehicle History Reports - Provides you with a free lemon check using a VIN number. For a small fee, you can get a more detailed report which tells you whether your car has been auctioned, was a rental, has a lemon history, or suffered flood damage.

CarFax Vehicle History Reports - Reveal the truth about used cars and provide important background information to unearth hidden problems in a vehicle's past that may affect its safety and resale value

Consumer Guide Automotive - Experienced auto editors have evaluated thousands of vehicles over the years, allowing CG to build the most complete used-vehicle reviews available today. Prices, ratings and trade-in evaluation.

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety - The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is an independent, nonprofit, scientific, and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses - deaths, injuries and property damage - from crashes on the nation's highways.

Lemon Dodger Worksheet - If you are buying a pre-owned car, take along our Lemon Dodger Worksheet to make sure your dream car was not someone else's nightmare.

LemonLaw.com Best Bets - A list of the cars, trucks, SUVS, & minivans that receive high ratings from consumers and our firm.

NADAguides.com Official Site - New Car Prices, Used Car Values, New Car Reviews & Car Buying Guides - NADAguides.com Official Site.

The Car Complaint Index - Here are the cars that receive the most complaints from consumers, according to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration.

Young Drivers Guide - See tips on buying, financing, safety and insurance before you (or your teen) joins the driving population.

Warning on Spot Delivery Tactics - If a dealer sells or leases you car, and then calls you weeks later and says that you owe more money, you may be the victim of spot delivery.

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