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They are towed away & then repaired if not totaled.
The cost of repairs to the vehicle totaled well over two thousand dollars.
A car is considered "totaled" if the cost of repairs is equal to, or greater than, the blue book value of the vehicle.
if the repair job out weights the price of the vehicle
The insurance company tells you. The way they figure this out is by comparing the cost of repairs to the value of the car. If the cost is the same, or greater, the car is totaled.
When the damage is more than the bluebook value.
If the repairs of the vehicle exceed the value of the vehicle, then the vehicle is declared total loss.
I don't know if there's a provision but, depending on which state you live in a car is totaled when the repairs cost more than 50-75% of the car's value.
It depends on why it was totaled. If it's cosmetic damage that totaled the car (like a shallow sideswipe) of course. If it's structural, like frame damage, maybe. If it was in a flood, it's probably not a good idea to fix it since quirky electrical problems will haunt the car forever. If it is repaired it would still carry a totaled title but it can be qualified with the brand 'totaled/reconstructed' on the new title.
It can, but obviously the insurance company has decided it is not worth it. Also, note that in some states it may be hard to obtain a non-salvage title on a totaled car, which would make it hard to sell.
I totaled my Mustang and was able to buy it back from the insurance company. They gave me the Blue-Book value less my $500 deductable. They would not insure it after I repaired it, I had to switch insurance carriers to get coverage.
You must provide that salvage title in order to claim for the collision aspect of this current claim.
If you want to keep a totaled car, the insurance company will determine the salvage value and deduct that from your settlement check. You can still get liability insurance (if there are no safety issues related to the damage), but not collision or comprehensive unless you have the repairs made.
In most states, you will owe whats left owing after the ins. co. pays.
than your car is totaled and your insurance company just pays you a dollar amount instead of paying for the repairs... assuming you have insurance
Estimates range from 309 to 329 cars were used throughout the series with many being totaled or undergoing repairs .
Not if you notify you local PVA that the car is totaled and not longer in service. You will pay taxes up to the day it was totaled.
I was most relieved to find out that my insurance company agreed with my statement that it had been totaled. I came out ahead when my expenses were totaled up.
What do I need to do if my vehicle was totaled and I had it recycled?
A vehicle is totaled if it cost too much to repair it. Usually, insurance companies determine whether or not a vehicle is totaled.
If you have collision insurance, they will pay out up to 40-70% of the value of the car in repair costs. Over that amount, it is considered totaled., and they cut you a check for the value of the car. The percentages vary with companies, vehicle, etc. You don't have any say in it. If you have only liability insurance, you're on your own for the repairs.
The same as a purchased truck that has been wrecked. You will have been required to insure the vehicle. Contact the insurance company and file a claim. An adjustor will determine if the vehicle should be repaired or totaled.
used of automobiles; completely demolished; "the insurance adjuster declared the automobile totaled"
Has the vehicle been repaired and inspected and title cleaned up? If so no problem, if not I suppose you can if the company you are requesting ins. from doesn't do their homework. But I promise you should you have another loss, this will resurface.