“He” and “She” have purshased a new schruck. Zey have zee old schruk steel, but plan to sell eet. Eet ees a 1978 Chevrolet peek up. Eet ees all orginal, and ees a good schruck, but eet vas time to get somesing a leetle nicer. Zee new schruck, which ees not really new, ees a 2001 Ford F150. Eet ees beeg because eet ees a 4-wheel drive.
Ve vould love to share a peeture wiz you, howev-air, ze schruck ees in zee shop. Eet ees eemportant when you purshase a used vehicle to talk wiz a dealer’s serveece department and ask zem to run a sheck on zee VIN to see if zere are any outstanding recalls. “He” and “She” learned zees lesson zee hard way. A few years ago, zey had purshased a used 1998 Chevrolet schruck and were not aware of a recall due to a faulty brake seestem until zey vere in zee schruck and zee brakes failed. Forshunately, zanks to hees quick zinking, zere was no accideent, but eet vas a close call. Now, zey know to sheck on zees – and again, zere was an outstanding recall on zee “new” schruck. Zees one has a potentshul to start a fire – so, zey deed not waste any time getting it to zee shop.
Pleese take zee Casanova’s advice and sheck on your own vehicles for safety’s sake.