Below is a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) we commonly receive here at CAR 1. In an effort to help make your CAR 1 web experience the best it can be we’ve posted them here so you can learn as much as possible about what it is like to deal with CAR 1.
CAR 1 will be glad to search for a particular vehicle if you don’t see it on our lot. You may contact the CAR 1 sales team to let them know the make, model, and year of the vehicle you wish to purchase as well as your preferred mileage/options. We will do our best to find you the exact vehicle you are looking for.
We realize everyone has a different schedule. Our Sales department is open during these hours, but if you can’t make it, our sales team will be happy to arrange an appointment during the evening or on weekends.
CAR 1 has some smart ways to fit a new vehicle into your life and budget. We can arrange financing through various local and national lenders and usually get you an answer within minutes. To see the range of financing options CAR 1 has available to qualified customers, contact us today.
Your trade-in value is determined by our sales team and could vary based on many factors, including mileage, the overall condition of your vehicle, the popularity of your vehicle and current regional market conditions.
The CARFAX Vehicle History Report summarizes history reported to CARFAX for a specific vehicle since it left the factory.
CARFAX receives data from more than 34,000 different sources including every US state and Canadian provincial motor vehicle agency, plus many police and fire departments, collision repair facilities, auto auctions, and more.
The CARFAX database is the most comprehensive vehicle history database in North America, containing over 9 billion records and growing every day. Records included in each CARFAX Report reveal important information about a car’s history, such as an odometer reading, existence of a branded title such as a salvage/junk title, or past registration as a fleet vehicle. A CARFAX Report may not include every event in a vehicle’s history, but will include the data that is reported to CARFAX for a specific vehicle identification number (VIN).