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RMS Automotive Partners with Carfax

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RMS Automotive has partnered with Carfax to enhance the digital buying experience using key vehicle history details.
Dealers with a Carfax Advantage account now can use Carfax  information when searching for inventory through manufacturers' digital sales platforms powered by RMS Automotive.
BMW Financial Services NA is the first commercial consignor to incorporate the Carfax vehicle history search function into its digital marketplace. Dealers searching for pre-auction inventory found on can filter results by four key Carfax data points – reported accidents, number of owners, vehicle use and service records – prior to purchasing.
RMS Automotive will offer the Carfax vehicle history search capability to additional manufacturers in 2018.

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