Dangerous 'flood cars' that can look like new
The National Insurance Crime Bureau has issued a new warning that cars that have been submerged in water are being sold on the open market – and though they may look like new, they can have mechanical failures that cause accidents. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen reports.
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