|Carfax teams with Spanesi to expand scope of vehicle history database|
|News - Collision Repair|
|Wednesday, 10 October 2012 10:40|
New Orleans, Louisiana -- October 10, 2012 -- Carfax has announced it is expanding the information about repairs to previously wrecked vehicles in its database. Spanesi Americas will report structural repair details to Carfax. Having this information on Carfax Vehicle History Reports improves consumer protection and helps car shoppers buy with greater confidence. Car buyers and sellers can more easily find out if a damaged vehicle was properly repaired.
“Our customers, the body shop owner-operator, now have the opportunity, through the Spanesi Touch documentation, to validate repairs performed on collisions reported to Carfax,” said Timothy Morgan, Managing Director, Spanesi Amercas. “Once again providing the vehicle owner or future owner evidence of correct repairs, maintaining protection for the consumer, and the vehicles integrity.”
Consumers want information about damage and repairs to help ensure they purchase safe used cars. In addition, reporting vehicle repairs may help previously damaged cars retain resale value for their owners.
“Checking a vehicle’s history is a vital step in the car buying process,” said Ken Eagleson, vice president at Carfax. “Carfax and Spanesi are equally committed to providing information about quality repairs that helps make our roads safer.”
For more information about Carfax, please visit carfax.com.
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