National Insurance Crime Bureau

These dealers prefer to sell these cars for cash so that there will be nothing to trace the purchase back to them. Since this really works like organized crime, there is little that straightforward government regulation can do to contain this. Keeping this under control would need police squads and FBI agents. We are a household owned 4th generation with 2 locations delivering flowers, vegetation, and presents to the Vancouver, Canada area. However, this doesn’t mean that there is nothing you can do. To begin with, on the off chance that there were no forged VINs brought in, you can check the car’s number on at least two national databases for used vehicles – ones like CarFax, AutoCheck or the National Insurance Crime Bureau. What you can personally do to stay out of trouble is, check the car’s VIN plate really closely to see if there is a sign of tampering. Scratches in the area should really tip you off. But you do have to remember that VINs doesn’t really come into their own until 20 years ago. For cars before then, VINs can be somewhat misleading. If you’re one of those people who would like to take their chances buying a damaged or salvaged car with full knowledge of what you’re doing, there are probably a few things you need to keep in mind.

Insurance companies these days have special staff trained to identify this kind of title wiping. If you have a car like that, they might refuse to cover it; but if they are willing, usually, it won’t cost you any more to ensure such a car then any standard car. It all depends on how extensive and successful the cars repairers seem to be. All of our are keen about flowers and the items they create for each customer. And of course, if you bought a salvaged car without knowing it, and the insurance company later discovers that your car has seen extensive damage at some time; they will fagy you down as a risky bet for any insurance company, and your insurance rates could really go up.