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How can you insure an already wrecked vehicle?

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2015-07-15 18:47:45
2015-07-15 18:47:45

You can insure the remaining undamaged area(s) of the vehicle by taking it to your agent and working an agreement as to what is covered for any future damages that may incur. The vehicles value will be arrived at for a price in case another accident renders it a total. You may have to do some shopping with Ins. Co to find one that will give you the coverage you may want or need.

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