TrueFrame continues growth as used car buyers seek more information on vehicles with accident history

TrueFrame helps auto dealers and used car buyers take the guesswork out of vehicles with prior accident history by providing its comprehensive inspection data to Carfax and AutoCheck.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- TrueFrame® has announced the upcoming opening of two new locations, Denver and Charlotte, where it will provide comprehensive vehicle inspections to automobile dealers looking to offer more transparency on used vehicles with an accident history.  With over 10 million vehicles involved in an accident each year, and as vehicle history companies provide more accident records on used vehicles, auto dealers and their customers are dealing with the growing problem of uncertainty around prior accident vehicles.  TrueFrame helps take the guesswork out of vehicles with a prior accident history by certifying the vehicle's structural condition and identifying any collision-related repairs or damage. 

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Vehicle history providers such as Carfax and AutoCheck allow used car buyers to see a great deal of information about a vehicle's past, including whether or not the vehicle has been in an accident.  However, the vehicle history reports are typically very limited in how much detail they can provide on prior accidents.  The lack of context on these accident records creates doubts for prospective purchasers of those vehicles.  TrueFrame's vehicle inspection report is designed to eliminate the uncertainty caused by the prior accident history.  Visit to learn more about the inspection and how a TrueFrame Report assists in buying a used car.

A comprehensive TrueFrame inspection identifies prior repairs, existing damage, and confirms that the vehicle meets TrueFrame's structural standards.  This is done by completing a thorough inspection of the vehicle and taking digital measurements of its frame or unibody.  The consumer-friendly TrueFrame Report that is created brings as much transparency as possible to vehicles with an accident history. 

"We are excited to continue our growth by expanding into Denver and Charlotte," said Ben Puckett, TrueFrame's president.  "Auto dealers have really embraced the opportunity to provide more transparency to their customers on vehicles that have been in an accident.  By offering a third-party inspection from TrueFrame, dealers are able to focus on helping their customers find the vehicle they want while eliminating the doubt that often comes from a prior accident record."

TrueFrame also recently opened in San Jose, Oakland, and Richmond.  Since its launch in February, it has expanded rapidly and is now offered in 17 different markets.  View the map to see if TrueFrame is currently available in your area.

Media Contact: Paul Paridy, TrueFrame LLC, 205-414-6190,

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