Hurricane Flood Cars and How to Avoid Buying One

A Dodge Challenger gets stuck in mass flooding during hurricane Harvey in Woodlands, Texas, Aug. 27, 2017. Tharindu Nallaperuma/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Up to one million cars and trucks have been damaged in the flood waters left behind by hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Most will be completely scrapped, picked clean of the few remaining undamaged components (if any), and they’ll never see the road again. Others, however, will be cleaned, have the VIN switched and then be retitled for fast sale — all with no flood damage listed on a vehicle history report. Listen in as Scott and Ben tell you how to avoid buying a hurricane damaged car or truck.