By: Carly Garrison
This year’s hurricanes didn’t strike anywhere near Montana, however, Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale says they could have an affect on Montanans.
Rosendale issued a press release Monday warning Montanans that flooded or damaged vehicles from the hurricane-affected areas could make their way to the Treasure State.
“Montana could be a target market for some bad actors specifically because we are so far away from the hurricane disaster areas and many people, therefore, aren’t on the lookout for flooded vehicles,” Rosendale said.
Make sure you do your research before buying a vehicle, especially after a major disaster, Rosendale warned. He added that now is the perfect time for flooded vehicles to show up in the state.
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