Car Buying Tools and Resources
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If you’re in the market for a new car, it’s in your best interests to research the different models you’re considering. That’s because cars can differ greatly when it comes to gas mileage, safety ratings, and reliability. Below, you’ll find links to government agencies, nonprofit groups, and FindLaw sections offering information for car buyers. Explore the resources to learn more about vehicle safety, fuel economy, motor vehicle fraud, car insurance considerations, and more.
Research Vehicle Fuel Economy:
- Gas Mileage Guide (fueleconomy.gov)
- Find and Compare Cars on Fuel Economy (fueleconomy.gov)
Research Vehicle Safety:
- Vehicle Recalls and Defects (FindLaw)
Car Buying Tools:
More Car Buying Resources:
- National Motor Vehicle Title Information System
- Hurricane Vehicle Fraud Database (National Insurance Crime Bureau)
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