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Someone “Liening” On Your Car?

El Centro, California (NAPSI) - When buying a used car, it’s important to look for  problems that aren’t apparent to the naked eye.

You might think of  damage or fraud, but this includes any financial issues as well.

For starters, make sure any unpaid liens have been resolved before buying  the car. A lien is “a legal right to the vehicle by a third party to  ensure the repayment of a debt or other financial obligation.”

If you buy a vehicle with a lien on its title, you become legally  obligated to pay off the debts. The lien also prevents you from registering  the car until the lien is paid off.

One way to help protect yourself is to get a Carfax Vehicle History  Report. It can contain a wide variety of information reported on the vehicle,  such as title information, accident history and odometer readings, as well as  financial issues, such as liens against the car.

Visit www.carfax.com to get a Carfax  Report and learn more.