In the state of Texas a dealer is required to sell vehicles only out of the location stated on their dealer license. Any vehicle for sale on the side of the road or empty parking lot is considered a curbstoner. This is against the law and considered a high risk way of shopping for a car.

Curbstone cars sometimes have collision damage, odometer roll back, salvage or rebuilt title comments and or questionable histories.

Keep in mind that vin number history checks are not always accurate so together with a professional hands on inspection is what you need before you buy.

Currently we are gathering more information for our curbstoners page. We will be updating it very soon. Thanks

Car Buying Tips

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