Monday, Nov. 27, 2017|11:52 a.m.
CARSON CITY– Insurance coverage authorities in Nevada are warning prospective used-car purchasers to be on the lookout for flood-damaged lorries.
The state’s Department of Insurance coverage says lorries that were harmed throughout extensive flooding in Texas and Florida previously this year might be making their method into Nevada.
Insurance Coverage Commissioner Barbara Richardson says customers ought to be “very cautious.” She states flood-damaged vehicles are susceptible to failure and purchasers might not have the ability to get them guaranteed.
The Department of Insurance coverage is advising consumers to utilize sites to check the history and condition of the lorry they are interested in purchasing.
Authorities in Texas in September said as many as a million cars flooded throughout Typhoon Harvey.
Flood-damaged lorries typically have evidence of water and grit inside and in the engine compartment.