Yes they can as long as the vehichle has a "salvage title" or certificate of reconstruction, or reconstruct title.
In many states, a slavage vehicle can be inspected and receive a "salvage title". If you ever want to sell the vehicle you'll have to disclose the salvage title.
If you have a title, and it is red, then you can't register it at all. The only thing you can do is sell it to an individual for parts only or to a salvage yard. If the title is blue, then you should be able to register it and it will be a salvage title. If all you have is a certificate of destruction and no title, then its the same as having a red title.
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Depends on the state
they require you to get a drivers license doint lose any points get your certificate of title get your vehicle registered get insurance
You usually cannot register a vehicle with a certificate of destruction, due to dangers that may emerge. In fact when you buy such a vehicle the dealer must tell you it cannot be registered in America to avoid any potential I have heard that of states in the south allow such vehicles to be registered, but northern states, such as Michigan, forbid such cars to be registered.Another option would be to get it retitled as a custom built vehicle. If you replace and/or modify major parts (engine, transmission, frame, etc.), and can provide proof of ownership of the major parts, get the vehicle inspected (usually by the state highway patrol, not an inspection station), you may be able to get a title as a custom built vehicle. The issue is how many changes you must make to get the vehicle to be considered custom built. This will vary from state to state. I would ask your state's DMV or highway patrol what constitutes a custom built vehicle before starting down this path, and if having a previous certificate of destruction would prohibit the use of the major parts.
A Certificate of Destruction is a type of title issued for a water-damaged vehicle, other than an antique vehicle or a vehicle in excess of twenty thousand pounds gross weight, whose power train, computer, or electrical system has been damaged by flooding as the result of a gubernatorial declared disaster or emergency and has been declared a "total loss".
Generally, a deed is not a guarantee of clear title. For recorded land, a title examination must be performed to ascertain if the title is clear. In registered land systems, a deed followed by a certificate of title should provide the grantee with a clear title to the property. In registered land systems any encumbrances should be listed on the certificate of title.
You need the title to be in whatever state you registered the vehicle in.
Look at the vehicle Title Registration
dismantle certificate of title to scrap, dismantle or destroy the vehicle
A title cannot be changed without the owner of the vehicle signing off on the seller line. A title can be transferred and a vehicle registered by a person other than the registered owner in most states.
Yes, you must apply for a rebuilt title. This will require two VIN's and an application for rebuilt title. You could take two certificate of destruction of the same type of vehicle. or one title and one CD of the same type of vehicle to prove that the vehicle has been rebuilt. Also you can apply for a rebuilt title with only one vin if you kept all your receipts when making repairs to the vehicles. Bottom line you must show substantial repair. It's a well kept secret the tax collector doesn't want you to know. They will automatically say no you can not register a car with a CD. If you ask them for a application for rebuilt title, with the instructions, you will get all the information you need.
I received my mobile home title and it looks just like a title for a vehicle. It even has certificate of title for a vehicle printed on top.
The title of state?? I can only assume it means the state that the vehicle is registered and titled in.
yes you can register a car with such title anywhere in the us.
You need to sign the Certificate of Title over to the co signer so that the vehicle can be legally registered in the name of the co-signer.
if it is on the title as totaled, not likely.
A CD title I believe is not actually a title. CD in reference to a motorcycle usually means a Certificate of Destruction.
The person who has the present title signs it over to the new owner. The new owner takes that certificate of title to the DMV and it will issue a new certificate of title in the new owner's name.