We were very proud to have been asked by WFIE NBC News 14 to provide information regarding the very real issue our local area is facing regarding the potential of purchasing water damaged vehicles. There are several places to look for evidence of water damage in the trunk, under the hood, under the car, on top of the fuel tank, and then inside the car as well. Vernie Menke - Owner Interviewed
EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - September 8, 2015 News 14 (6:00pm & 10:00pm On Air Reports) Posted by Jackie Monroe, AnchorThousands of water damaged vehicles are potentially for sale, right now, cleaned up and sent to auction or shipped out of Texas after the historic Memorial Day floods.
Where'd they all go?
Frank Scafidi with the National Insurance Crime Bureau told us, it's a good question because those cars continue to reappear month after month. They're for sale online, at auction, from private sellers, and even sometimes by accident, at used car dealers. But you won't always be able to spot one, just by looking at it or even driving it.