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In late 2017, Texas and Florida experienced devastating hurricanes and flooding. Many homes and businesses were affected by these natural disasters, and got us thinking: “What happens to vehicles that have been flooded?” and “How do you know whether one has been?”

Unfortunately, natural disasters give criminals an opportunity to sell flooded vehicles to unsuspecting customers. We sat down with Harold Singh, Material Damage Claims Quality Control manager, to talk about what to keep an eye out for if you’re in the market for a used vehicle.

Question: What’s the easiest way to find out if a vehicle has flood damage?

Posted 8:00 AM

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