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Can Vehicles Damaged by Water be Salvaged?

A Shunpiker's Journal
September 20, 2017 9:00 AM


Steve Purdy welcomes Attorney Dani Liblang on these segments of a Shunpiker's Journal. Dani is one of Michigan’s leading Lemon Law experts and has been on our show before.

She joins us this time to talk about an important element of the recent flooding in Texas and Florida - what happens to the tens-of-thousands, maybe hundreds-of-thousands, of vehicles damaged by water.


Can they be salvaged? How are they identified? Do some make it into the used car markets? What can we do if we inadvertently buy a flood-damaged vehicle? How can we protect ourselves? Of course Carfax is one registrar of vehicle histories, but Ms. Liblang reveals that an insurance consortium’s data is quicker, better and cheaper:
You can reach Ms. Liblang at: www.lemonlawlawyers.com.


A Shunpiker's Journal, hosted by Steve Purdy, covers the stories of its host and others who shun the turnpikes and freeways of America to better enjoy the businesses and life that revolve around the automobile.

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