There has been a flood of cars left over from recent storms making their way to showroom floors.
If you are in the market to buy a used car, how do you know if the car on the dealer's lot has been damaged by water?
State laws in New York and New Jersey say a car salesman must disclose to buyers whether a car they are selling has been damaged or submerged.
RELATED: 7 On Your Side: 7 tips to spot a flood car
7 On Your Side went undercover at a couple area dealerships who were selling flood cars to see what salesmen would say.
One confessed right away but the other did not.
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