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Look for flood damage when buying a used car, ADOT warns

ADOT is warning used car buyers to be aware of scammers trying to sell cars with flood damage after the monsoon. Doug Pacey, an ADOT spokesperson, says the damage is not always visible or obvious and suggests using the "sniff" test. "It sounds silly to say, but when you're in those cracks and crevices and nooks and crannies of the car, sniff around...

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