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DealerSocket Adds Carfax Snapshot

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More than 4,000 Carfax dealer websites powered by DealerSocket now are upgraded with Carfax Snapshot.
Snapshot puts key vehicle history details – such as reported accidents, number of owners, service records and open recalls – for specific vehicles right on the search results and vehicle details pages. With this information, online shoppers can quickly assess if a vehicle has the right history for them and make faster buying decisions.
A single mouse click on the Carfax Snapshot tool instantly takes buyers to the full Carfax Report.

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