FAIRFAX, VA – From Feb. 11-14, the city of Orlando will play host to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Convention and Exposition. More than 20,000 auto retailers, manufacturers, consumer advocates, and suppliers will attend.
Carfax, a provider of vehicle history information, is making its entire database available to Orlando consumers during the NADA conference. For the duration of the conference, consumers can check their vehicle's history in the Carfax database for $1.50 per report; Carfax Reports normally cost around $20. Consumers are encouraged to check for any DMV-reported incidents (salvage, flood, fire, etc.), check for potential odometer rollbacks, check the safety and reliability of any car they're considering buying, and access any of the service and repair records on their vehicles.While the industry has made efforts over the past few years to reduce the level of fraud associated with buying a car, Carfax is taking this opportunity to raise awareness of some key concerns for Florida used-car shoppers. For example: