Quiz: Fact or Fiction: Car Flood Damage
Fact or Fiction: Car Flood Damage
By: Staff
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About This Quiz

With all the flooding in the U.S. in recent years, car buyers should beware: Flood-damaged cars are showing up on used car lots nationwide, sometimes without any warning to potential owners. How much do you know about flood-damaged cars? Take our quiz and find out!

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The odor from mold and mildew eventually fades.
2.0 of 10
Opening the glove compartment may tell you whether or not a car has been in a flood.
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The worst that can happen when inadvertently buying a flood-damaged car is that it will cost more money than anticipated.
4.0 of 10
It's never a good idea to buy a flood-damaged car.
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It's a safe bet to buy a flood-damaged car as a temporary solution since you can always turn around and resell it.
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A new stereo system is always a big plus in a used car.
7.0 of 10
As long as you buy a car in a state that has been spared from flooding, the used car is not likely to be flood damaged.
8.0 of 10
You can test for water damage by bending wires under the dashboard.
9.0 of 10
You might not be told if a car is flood-damaged since not all states require dealers to disclose such history.
10.0 of 10
A sweet-smelling car is always a good sign that it was well taken care of.
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