depends on where you live, if you live in NY then you need to transfer the title to a NY salvage title. Then, you can apply for a reconstructed title there. Here in NJ, dont have a "reconstructed title". you have to apply for a salvage inspection so that theyll give you a clear title.
You go to Massachusetts and make the title Massachusetts Salvage then you register it in as New Jersey Clean TItle with History of Salvage.
if it is on the title as totaled, not likely.
Any agent should be able to help you.
Do you mean salvaged title? http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/cit_title/v_title_special.html Also from the state of New Jersey website regarding junk vs. salvage titles: Q. What is the difference between a junk title and a salvage title? A. A junk title is issued to a "public agency" (police department, municipality, etc.) for junk vehicles found abandoned on roadways. Once a junk title is issued, the vehicle can never be re-titled for use on the road. A salvage title is issued when a vehicle has been declared a total loss (through collision, flood, fire, theft, etc.) by an insurance carrier or owner. The salvage title is necessary in order to dispose of or sell the vehicle to a junkyard or dealer. If a vehicle with a salvage title is repaired and passes inspection, it can be re-titled for use on the road.
In general, yes. However, to do so lawfully, a new title has to be issued, usually called a "salvage title".
No, only in new york and massuchusetts.
New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance
CERTIFICATES OF SALVAGE DOCUMENTATION ONLY GIVE RIGHTS TO POSSESSION NOT OWNERSHIP. A ISSUED REBUILT OR CERTIFICATE OF TITLE (PROOF OF OWNERSHIP DOCUMENTATION) MAKES IT FREE AND CLEAR OF ALL LIENS,FEES AND OWNERSHIP RIGHTS FROM PREVIOUS OWNERS OR POSSESSORS FROM WHICH THE CONTRIVANCE WAS ACQUIRED.
Yes it can, we buy cars from Florida to California that are salvage and sell them in Texas all the time.
You cannot. Once branded salvage or totaled, the title remains as such. There are illegal ways to convert a branded title (called title washing) but no legal way. Sorry! It depends on what you are really asking with your question. It is true that once the brand is on the vehicle that it was salvaged it will remain on the vehicle forever. But if you mean converting from a salvage title to a salvage rebuilt title which looks like a "clean title" but still has the brand on it that is different. If you live in Texas you will need a rebuilt affidavit completed by the owner and the person who made the repairs, you will need the title completed by the new owner and the salvage dealer or insurance company that sold them the vehicle, you will also need the form 130u which is on the txdot website completed by the dealer or insurance company and the new owner, and the new owners insurance. Please call me if you need help 2815363857 or email me at tishafranks@AOL.com
The question shows a misunderstanding of what is required to register a vehicle with a salvage title.MOST places require a very detailed inspection the first time the car is registered after the title being "Branded" as salvage.After that the procedure is identical to all all other cars.
Go to the dmv with your title
Yes or no
Probably. Call Geico and see. I have gotten insurance on salvage cars I've owned.
Well, if you knowingly traded in a salvage/rebuilt car with a wrong/clean title he has the right to sue you for the extra money he gave you for your trade in since a salvage car is worth roughly 40% less than a comparable clean titled car. Did you sign over a salvage title when you traded the car in? If so, he has no legal recourse since the salvage title is clearly marked and it's his problem.
i believe a clear title is where no one has a lien on it.like if you get a loan from the bank to buy a new vehicle they own the title until you pay it off then it's yours free and clear.
go to "www.dmv.ca.gov" You will need to contact the dmv to request a dup title to re-register and title it in New Jersey.
New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York and New Mexico
On a New Jersey title, the 'Z' suffix indicates that the car was once title out-of-state.
Yes. All title officers need a license in NJ
it means wreck/rebuild or the vehicle was sold from a salvage yard. It doesn't mean that the car isn't safe. It had to pass a state inspection to get a new title.
is it illegal to have a clear cover over your license plate in nj
They, like the title says, are at the baseline of the arena.