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1750 Marietta Highway, Canton, GA 30114

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Canton

1166 Franklin Road SE No. 9, Marietta, GA 30067

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Marietta

478 North Avenue, Athens, GA 30601

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Athens

310 Maple Street, Carrollton, GA 30117

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Carrollton

6135 Roswell Road Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30328

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Atlanta

6199 Highway 92, Acworth, GA 30102

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Acworth

1544 Tara Road, Jonesboro, GA 30238

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Jonesboro

1101 E Montgomery Xrd, Savannah, GA 31406

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Savannah

2141 W Broad Street No. Centre, Athens, GA 30606

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Athens

1015 Alpharetta Street, Roswell, GA 30075

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Roswell


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  • We are considering purchasing a 2008 used vehicle - we have checked it out, done a test drive, and everything runs GREAT and looks great. On the Carfax report though, it shows 3 "owners" in only 2 years! Based on the below reports, can you help me decipher what these "owners" could mean and where/if we should be concerned? See below: January 2008 - FIRST OWNER Reported, in New York, registered as personal vehicle. Did some maintenance over the next 1.5 years. October 2009 - Sold at Auction w/ 28,960 miles, "Listed as a Fleet Vehicle", sold 11/29/09 December 1, 2009 - Source: Georgia DMV - "Vehicle purchased"; SECOND OWNER reported by New York DMV; Registration issued; Loan or Lien reported December 18, 2009 - Source: dealership in NYC offered vehicle for sales as Certified Pre-Owned March 2010 - Sold w/ 34,700 miles to THIRD OWNER, located in Georgia; "Registration updated when owner moved the vehicle to a new location" June 2010 - Source: New York auto mall, vehicle offered for sale July 2010 - Source: Online Listing w/ 47,000 miles, vehicle offered for sale How does the New York - Georgia exchange work back and forth like that? Why would Owners #2 and #3 only "own" the car for 17 days and 3 months, respectively? Owner #3 drove it 9,000 miles in 4 months - should that be concerning?? Help :)
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  • Fleet vehicle see a lot of use. These are vehicle like company cars and rental cars. Usually even though they are well maintained they have had a lot of wear put on them in a short time frame. Also the ignitions may have been modified to disable any passive anti-theft devices to work with multiple keys. This lowers their value and makes them more expensive to insure. In some cases this will also disqualify them from financing. The vehicle being sold at auction makes me imagine that it was at one point a total loss or repossesed. If totalled the vehicle should be listed with a salvage title, although some states do not require this. The vehicle would then have been repaired or reconditioned and sold at a dealership then retitled to the new owner. So if I were you, I would have some concerns. Check with the GA DMV to see if they require salvage titles on total losses. If they don't, do not buy this car. It is entirely too possible that with the security features removed from a rental car it was stolen, recovered, then sold at auction, brought to new york for minor repair and then re-titled in GA to avoid the salvage title. If they do require salvage titles, it is possible that the titling locations would just be a coincidence and the vehicle is fine. However, fleet vehicles will stil have seen a lot of use. So I would recommend contacting the DMV and also the National Insurance Crime Bureau, (NICB, search google). They can run a more comprehensive search on the vehicle to determine its history. Hope this helps.
  • Carfax reports can be unreliable. This car could use a more thorough inspection. Check out a used car inspection company like aim mobile inspections to get a second opinion. You should definitely investigate a bit more about the title of this car. It seems like 3 owners in only 2 years is a little much. salvaged titles are never worth buying.
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