This customer did not want to buy a car with hail damage.
He searched high and low for just the right package. Unable to find it in Tulsa, he drove to Oklahoma City and purchased it there.
When signing papers, he was met with an ugly surprise. Slipped into the bottom of the stack of contracts was a “hold harmless” for hail damage.
This was first he heard of the car not being perfect.
Watch the video for more and how you can protect yourself from hail fraud at an auto dealer.
Also, remember that once you sign, the car is yours. You have little recourse for damage you might have missed once the deal is done.

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Tim Olson