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Sometimes, it's just easier to sell a car than clean it. At least the seller isn't hiding any flood damage, though here's how to identify a formerly-flooded car.
When flood waters rise, all you can do is prepare for the worst, including parking your car on higher streets. But what if your car is impounded by police in a low-lying lot, like these 1,500 vehicles in southern Brazil?
Given the flooding in the upper Midwest earlier in the year, and the fact that many folks likely chose not to escape recent hurricanes by car, chances are better than ever that you're going to encounter a salvaged flood car on the used vehicle market. Sellers are generally required to disclose flood damage, but…