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The Best Way to Sell Your Damaged Car

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Nearly 70,000 drivers are involved in motor vehicle accidents on U.S. roads every day--that is almost one accident every second -- 24/7.

Of the 25 million motor vehicle accidents in the United States annually:

  • 5 million consumers are not reimbursed for damage to their vehicle (because they are uninsured, under-insured or at fault)
  • 5 million are unreported for various reasons
Many of these consumers may be better off selling damaged cars AS-IS than opting for repairs. DamageMAX can help with the decision and will even buy the damaged car if it is in the consumer's best interest.  DamageMAX is the first FREE consumer information website (www.DamageMAX.com) dedicated to helping automobile owners make informed decisions about their damaged vehicles.

“DamageMAX leverages the experience of industry insiders to bring cutting edge advice that will get our customers back on the road,” said Michael Lasini, founder of DamageMAX. “Until now there has not been a good option for damaged cars, but with the launch of DamageMAX we can buy any damaged vehicle, anywhere in the United States. Our passion is to help consumers get a fresh start after motor vehicle accidents.”

When your options seem limited after an accident DamageMAX can help you get a fresh start.

For further information, contact  DamageMAX, +1-855-DMG-MAX1 (364-6291)


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