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But after one of the driest summers we’ve had on recent record, that’s just where we found ourselves yesterday morning, hearing harrowing stories of flash floods ripping through homes, roads and anything else in their paths in six counties of southeastern Minnesota.
First you get an intense amount of rain – some cities in the flooded area reported single-day rainfalls of 10 to up to 17 inches.
A worker talks on his mobile phone next to lines of Honda cars that were damaged by the flood before the destruction demonstration at Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec. A worker walks in front of lines of Honda cars that were damaged by the flood before the destruction demonstration at Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec. Workers walk amidst Honda cars that were damaged by the flood before the destruction demonstration at Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec. Honda cars that were damaged because of the flood are parked on the ground while waiting to be destroyed at a Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec.
This aerial picture shows cars submerged in floodswaters at a Honda automotive factory in Ayutthaya province, north of Bangkok on November 19, 2011. Vehicles at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov.
Vehicles, center, at Honda auto factory are submerged in floodwaters at the Rojana industrial district in Ayutthaya, central Thailand Wednesday, Nov.
This aerial picture shows cars (L) submerged in floodswaters at a Honda automotive factory in Ayutthaya province, north of Bangkok on November 19, 2011. A Honda worker lifts a flood damaged car at the Honda factory in Ayutthaya province on December 27, 2011. A Honda Jazz car hangs on a hydraulic claw before being destroyed during a destruction demonstration of the cars that were damaged because of the flood at Honda automobile plant in Ayutthaya province, central Thailand Tuesday, Dec. A flood damaged Honda car is destroyed at the Honda factory in Ayutthaya province on December 27, 2011.
Thailand's worst flood in 50 years claimed the lives of 610 people and caused billions in damage, but with the waters slowly receding, the extent of the damage is coming into focus. Reported comments and users are reviewed by Autoblog staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week to determine whether they violate Community Guideline.
You've seen the devastating tragic pictures of property loss from hurricanes and other storms, most recently from Hurricane Sandy.
When vehicles are totaled, the insurance company pays the insured and issues a "branded" title indicating the type of loss (Salvage, Rebuilt Wreck, Flood Victim), and takes possession of the vehicle. These vultures are vying to buy as many (formerly) premium vehicles (Lexus, BMW, Cadillac) as they can at the lowest possible price. When these vehicles are sold back into the auction circuit, they are generally moved across the country, far from the location of the scoundrels that sold them. There are several reasons cited for why some people avoid the dealerships for repairs and maintenance: Perceived higher pricing, non-personal service and attention to customers, less recourse in the event of a problem, and technicians paid on a flat-rate basis.
Answer: Conduct a pre-purchase inspection and title search on any and all pre-owned cars you may purchase, whether the car comes from a new-car dealer selling the car as used, a used-car lot, local mechanic shop that sells cars or a private seller. Odometer tampering: Knowledgeable techs will look at the odometer closely for smudging or slight misalignment. Conflicts with the model's equipment list: If the vehicle is supposed to have a specific type of engine or set of equipment, and it does not, the technicians will want to know why.


Check the VIN: Qualified technicians will check the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) closely for any discrepancies between the title, ID tag at the base of the windshield, and the tag on the driver's door. How does the thief remove the brand from the title that was issued by the insurance company?
When an insurance company labels a car "totaled" as a flood victim, the title is branded as a flood loss. Chop shops and unscrupulous rebuilders with the intent to restore the vehicle as cheap as possible and sell it at auction buy the flood vehicle at the auction and rebuild the car to running condition.
To protect yourself from buying a flood victim, rebuilt wreck, rebuilt stolen vehicle, or a salvage vehicle make sure you have a pre-purchase vehicle inspection done by a trusted repair shop and conduct a title history report through a reputable company such as CARFAX.
After Hurricane Sandy swept through parts of the United States in October 2012, it left a trail of devastation behind. Insurers have gathered up these cars, hoping to recover some of the billions of dollars in losses caused after Sandy. Some of the imported cars that are sent for interior and exterior wash here locally usually have sticker markings or chalk writings that state the car was damaged in flood, collisions or any other incident before the job is carried out.
New rule just implemented: Government will not allow used cars from unauthorized dealers for registration.
The car fax cost around 10$ on the internet and it has all the previous history of the car and will show if the car was hit or slavaged. Years ago on a guided trip through the Grand Canyon in September – the canyon’s rainy season – our guides would not let us get ahead of them on hikes on the side canyons because of the threat of flash floods in side canyons.
Thailand's worst floods in decades may gradually be subsiding but ripples will be felt by companies and consumers for months to come, analysts say, underlining the fragility of the global supply chain. Accounts are penalized for Community Guidelines violations and serious or repeated violations can lead to account termination. Because of that, the auction circuit will once again be "flooded" (pardon the pun) with flood cars, trucks & SUVs. But it isn't always easy to tell, and there are some unscrupulous resellers who will try and palm off a flood car on you if you aren't careful. Purchased by some dealer who wasn't good at spotting the tell-tale signs of a flood vehicle -- or is so intent on finding a deal, he doesn't look closely enough -- they are then taken home to his lot and sold.
The vehicle may perform admirably for a few months, and then it slowly evolves into a money pit.
A trained eye can pick out such things as paint over spray indicating body damage repair, frame damage, water damage, and major repairs. They check electrical connections for excessive corrosion, which usually takes the form of a green, crusty substance in the electrical plugs and junction blocks.
If it's loose or wrinkled, it's possible that the carpet was removed to repair water damage and then re-installed sloppily. These conditions could be an indication of odometer tampering or rollback while the flood car was being refurbished for resale in an effort to get a higher price at auction.
The presence of dirt and a burnt smell may mean anything from neglect to serious engine damage. When they sell it at auction, they will bring along co-bidders to bid against other dealers (both present and online) to drive up the price of the vehicle.


The 15,000 cars recovered is still a small number compared to the estimated 230,000 cars that were reportedly destroyed after the natural disaster.
Some of these will probably make its way into the UAE used car market, and we are pretty sure they won’t come with any warnings. The Mississippi River Valley cutting through the region has left some steep bluffs, allowing water a great chance to pick up steam from the high levels on down toward the lowlands.
The slightest glimpse of a dark cloud overhead had them sending us back out of the slot canyons to avoid the danger. The 1,055 unit of Honda cars, mostly Brio eco-cars and City subcompacts, were destroyed in an action to assure to customers that the flood-damaged cars will not be repaired and sold.
Most buyers represent legitimate businesses (body shops and car dealers), but there are also unscrupulous vehicle rebuilders who own "chop shops" among the group. Neither the dealer, nor the retail buyer knows what they are buying because they did not run a title history report on the vehicle prior to purchase. They look at the seat mounting bolts where the seat fastens to the floorboards to see if they rusty. They check the oil, power steering fluid, transmission fluid, and differential fluid for a milky color, which can be caused by water mixing with these fluids.
In addition, emulsified (milky) oil could be an indication that the vehicle was under water.
The rebuilt clean-titled flood victim is sold at a premium wholesale price (much higher than the thief invested in cost factor and labor), takes it across the country to your local car dealer. The Mississippi River was the culprit again, swelling its banks and, like recently, many cars were lost. Following these guidelines should help steer you away from a potential flood victim or any other vehicle fraud. Some of these cars, about 15,000 of them, have been gathered up on the empty runways of Calvetron Executive Airport in New York State. The least-damaged cars will be auctioned off, while some will be parted out, and the rest will be scrapped. As the vehicle is re-registered over and over, eventually the insurance brand is removed or "washed" clean from the title, hence the term "Title Washing." Once a clean title is issued, the thieves either feed the vehicle back into the auction circuit or sell it outright at a big profit without disclosure. A large number of them ended up in the Northeast through the auction circuit where they were purchased by dealers and sold to unsuspecting customers. A few days later while motoring along on our raft, we saw a flash flood come gushing out of a side canyon, carrying boulders, tree trunks and anything else the flood found in its path. The only way dirt of this nature can get into these areas is if the vehicle was submerged in dirty floodwater.
Yet the various problems and issues afflicting the car clearly show that it was submerged in water.



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