Dealerships using Simple Recon can now utilize their existing dashboard to find out the recall information for all their auction and trade-in purchases.
Many of the OEMs either block the incentives or impose a penalty if a vehicle is sold after recall has been issued.
Our system is integrated directly into the database of Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). As a result, you need not worry about any third-party.
You can also generate daily reports for each of the vehicles on recall that is not fixed yet and needs to be addressed.
Most dealerships do not check for active recalls on vehicles before accepting a trade-in. However, before reselling these vehicles to a buyer, the dealership must carry out the necessary recall fixes. Avoiding this step is considered to be Auto fraud. Under such circumstances, the consumers can initiate legal action against the dealership.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration informs that at present, there are as many as eight million cars with an airbag recall issue. These recalls have affected ten automobile manufacturers.
National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) suggests that all dealers should periodically substantiate the recall status pertaining to all vehicles present in their inventory. They must also carry out the recall work on all used vehicles.