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.
no because you just can't do it without promtoin
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.
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Probably not. They check your dash lights for your turn signals.
Home inspection check lists are available from many sources. Check with local reputable home inspection companies for one. If you like a free one is at: http://accurateinspections.com/homeinspectionchecklist.htm I own Accurate Inspections, Inc, a New Jersey home inspection firm and I prepared the home inspection check list posted on the above site to assist home buyers.
Vehicles registered in the state of New Jersey are subject to yearly emissions inspections. Stickers are provided to the vehicle owners after the inspection is completed.
As far as value goes, yes, and here's why:: A salvage title is an automobile title with a notation that the vehicle has been damaged in excess of approximately 75% of its previous market value. This notation gets applied to a title when an insurance company pays a total-loss claim on a vehicle, but then allows the owner to retain or buy back the vehicle at its post-damage market value, which is often negligibly low. Often a vehicle is still safely driveable even if technically considered a total loss by an insurance company, particularly with older vehicles where even minor cosmetic damage would cost more to fix than the vehicle's whole market value. A junk title is a similar notation to a salvage title, but generally indicates that the vehicle is not roadworthy. A rebuilt vehicle is a salvage vehicle that has been repaired and restored to operation. These vehicles are often severely damaged before they are rebuilt and refurbished parts are typically used during reconstruction. In most states, an inspection of the vehicle is required before the vehicle is allowed to return to the road. In the United States, Carfax is the most well-known company that sells title reports to prospective car buyers which, among other things, reveals these title statuses to potential buyers. According to Carfax's web site, a salvage title may also be used to indicate that a vehicle was stolen in the following US states: Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, and Oregon. In essence what this means if you have an old car that you really like and don't really care about the resale value because it's a car you intend to keep forever, then you can still drive a car even though it's labeled as salvaged.
NJ regulation 39:8-1 Failure to have inspection $126. Ad $30.00 court cost to that, and your grand total will be roughly $150.00. Ask yourself, is it really worth it? If you are caught driving with a fraudulent inspection sticker how ever, you may be placed in jail for a period of time on top of a $500.00 fine.
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of course you can. you can buy a car from any state and live in any state too. you just have to do an out of state title transfer. and if your state requires an inspection, youll have to do that too.
I only know Calif, but it is every 2 years here ----------------------------------------------------- In New Jersey, new or used vehicles don't have to get an inspection until the care is 5yrs old, then it is every other year.
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