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2008-03-01 08:33:35
2008-03-01 08:33:35

If by reconstructed title you are referring to a vehicle that had a prior salvage title, I would think you could, contact an agent in your area.

== Absolutely! No problem whatsoever. Keep in mind that a reconstructed car is worth roughly 60% of the value of a similar car with a clean title so if you total the car you will get less than real market value but hopefully you paid less for the car so it won't matter.

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My vehicle was totaled according to the insurance company. I cannot collect any money from the ins co unless I have a reconstructed title. How can I get a reconstructed car title


Why does this car have a reconstructed title?


You can get car insurance in Oregon if the vehicle will be in Oregon the majority of the time.


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.



Nope. Not legally anyway. The best you can do is totaled/reconstructed' if the car is roadworthy. Once issued a salvage title a car can never be issued a clean title legitimately.


60% of the value of a comparable clean titled car.


Esurance offered me the lowest rates on car insurance in Oregon by over twenty percent.



Once a salvage always a salvage or totaled/reconstructed; you cannot legally get a clear title the brand will remain. A reconstructed and roadworthy salvage car is worth 60% of the value of a comparable clean titled car. If it's still salvage maybe 25% of the value of a comparable clean titled car.


yes, the insurance policy is different from the car title (title is government, insurance is business) in most states, if you live together, you are both required to be insured on the car.


You can go to dmv.com to search for auto insurance in the oregon region for free.


Um, why does the insurance company have the title???? The only reason that the insurance company would have the title is because the car was totalled from damage. Something is very wrong here.


As long as you have the title that he signed off of it and you signed on and you have insurance on the vehicle it will be covered.


yes because if you have insurance on your car as long as you name is on the title and you were in the car with your friend most likely the insurance will cover it


f you visit www.progressive.com you will be able to compare rates in Oregon.


Once a salvage title is given to a car it remains a salvage or totaled/reconstructed car. It will never legally have a clean title again. This assumes the damage was reported to an insurance company and they totaled/paid out on the car.


You will have to buy auto insurance on the care before you can transfer the title.


depending on the state you live in you COULD get insurance without owning a CAR. Ask your insurance professional about it.


Typically you need a car with insurance to get a title loan. If your car is totaled, the loan company are entitled to that money since they hold the title for your car.


Insurance against any financial loss from defects in the title. Normally used in deals involving land.



Hmmm... you bought a car without getting a title? NOT a good idea. The title will state whether the car is clean or salvage or totaled/reconstructed. If you didn't get the title when you purchased the car you better make sure the car wasn't stolen. Call the state DMV with the VIN number for starters. They'll be able to give you some info on the car and the title.


To find the most correct answer check with the Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles.


Companies that offer car insurance in Oregon are State Farm auto insurance, 21st Century auto insurance, Nationwide auto insurance, Mercury auto insurance, Farmers auto insurance, and AAA auto insurance.



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