When an automobile is issued a salvage title, the automobile can never get a clean title. The salvage title will always remain with the vehicle.
When I hear about a Title for a vehicle I think either clean or salvaged. I've personally never heard anyone use the term "Regular" for describing the title. Also someone could be meaning that they have the "regular title" for the car, which would mean they have the paperwork for it, which ON THAT paperwork it would show whether the vehicle is clean or salvaged.
You can file for a lost title
Yes, any condition that caused the car to be totaled by an insurance company could cause it to have a salvaged title. A good hailstorm can do thousands of dollars of cosmetic damage resulting in a salvaged title.
NOPE. Once a salavage always a salvage, though in some states it can be called "totaled/reconstructed".
Nope..salvage title will stay forever
Answerno.I have a car that is financed through a bank. I recently found out that it has a salvaged title and I am having problems with getting full coverage insurance. the bank along with me didn't know it was a salvaged title at the time so what can I do.
60% of the value of a comparable clean titled car.
In most states, a salvage title must be issued for any vehicle that has been deemed "totaled" or involved in an accident, settled with an insurance claim and then purchased for rebuilding and restoring to make it road worthy again. Once a salvage title it should remain that way from state to state if sold somewhere else. I have seen a Michigan "clean" titled issued for a Missouri " salvaged" titled vehicle but I think our state department didin't catch it. Carfax and Autocheck reports do show the history of these type of vehicles and there are some that slip thru the cracks of our paperwork society.
40% LESS than a comparable clean titled car