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Buying a used vehicle? “Pump the Brakes on Fraud”

DMV launches tools to help consumers stop vehicle-related fraud

Posted on March 10, 2023 2023News and EventsTransportation


Courtesy of the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles

Are you shopping for a new ride? Consider these tips from the Colorado DMV’s new Pump the Brakes on Fraud campaign.

Newly launched, the campaign features an online hub, DMV.Colorado.gov/Fraud, where Coloradans can find a variety of tools to help stop fraud in its tracks. Visitors will find information on personal identity theft fraud and how to guard against it as well as how to avoid getting swindled in a private-party vehicle purchase, and more.

For motor vehicle fraud, the DMV encourages Coloradans to keep these tips in mind:

For more information and tips to pump the brakes on fraud, visit dmv.colorado.gov/fraud.


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