PASADENA, MARYLAND -- I was in a bad need of a vehicle, and this was not a good place to be in because usually this is when you get ripped off. I went to Beltway Auto Mart and met Kyle who showed me a couple of vehicles. I test drove some and liked the 2002 Ford Explorer Sport. My credit was shot and they worked with me and got me financed. I felt it was a little pricey but when your credit is bad what can you do? Well after I bought the Truck that night I noticed the dash lights were out on half of the instrument cluster. I called Kyle and Gregg said to bring it in and they would get it fixed. I picked up the truck at 6 pm and it was fixed. Saved me $360.00 that ford was going to charge me. Great place good guys!!! A++++1 Replies - Latest reply on 10/09/2010Add reply
MARYLAND -- I read an article on here about a someone stating that they bought a vehicle and it has odometer fraud cause of a Inspection Sticker.
This is not how it works. First off it is very possible the vehicle had more miles on it at one time in the past. If the odometer had to be replaced due to malfunction, than the new odometer or new, used odometer would read 0 or what was on the replacement odometer. The inspection station that inspects the truck can ONLY WRITE WHATS ON THE ODOMETER AT TIME OF SALE. THE DEALER CAN ONLY ADVERTISE WHAT THE ODOMETER STATES. When the truck is sold the paperwork that the dealership fills out and asks you to sign will have the information concerning the odometer and it TRUE MILES UNKNOWN. When it comes down to it you should always ask for a History Report on a vehicle and always READ YOUR PAPERWORK.