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Customer service agents available to help with storm-related car information.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 12, 2013
CarInfo1 has customer service professionals on hand to help their customers with any questions or concerns they may have about their cars in the aftermath of the recent East Coast blizzard.
“This storm was really something,” said company spokesman Josh Fraser. “And we are sure that some of our customers are going to have problems digging their car out of the snow or getting it started. We want to be able to help them any way we can.”
The company primarily offers customers access to vehicle history records to help them avoid getting scammed when buying a new car, but has recently began a push to provide customers with general automotive advice, Fraser said.
“We won't charge people any money for advice,” Fraser said. “We are here to help. We think that by becoming an overall resource for drivers, we can provide the best level of customer service.”
The company has general winter-related automotive advice on their customer service blog, CarInfo1.me.
“We would ask people to check our blog first,” Fraser said. “Then, if they have any other questions, just pick up the phone and call us. We'll help them to the best of our ability. We know that not everyone knows what to do when they have car trouble before, during or after a major storm.”
CarInfo1.com is a top choice for vehicle history reports and reliable customer service. With a 24/7 live chat and toll free phone number (1-855-395-6395), agents are conveniently available to all clients whenever they are needed. With one of the largest NVMTIS databases in North America, CarInfo1.com can provide used car buyers and sellers with comprehensive vehicle history reports in a speedy manner. Visit CarInfo1.com to search the VIN of a used car today.
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