The amount of the repair bill. You might also get a rental car if you have that coverage on your own insurance.
Usually it means that the cost of returning the vehicle to street-legal running condition would be higher than the cost of replacement (vehicle value when wrecked). Once a car is declared totaled it may not legally be registered and driven, and is supposed to be salvaged for parts.
You title the car in the state the car is stored and driven in.
If you haven't driven it off the lot, I'm pretty sure you can get out of the deal. And even if you have, there is a chance you can also.
Firstly, the vehicle must be completely repaired. Secondly, the vehicle must pass an extensive inspection done by the State that you live in that will be required for it to ever be allowed to be driven on the road. >
The location of the vehicle does not matter. What does matter is whether of not you have signed a contract to purchase the vehicle. If you already have signed a contract, it is very unlikely that you can back out of the deal.
A "bicycle" is a two wheeled vehicle driven by pedals.
the amount of miles a vehicle has driven in its lifetime
The transfer of license plates cannot be done without the vehicle being registered in the state that is on the license plate. If a car is purchased in Massachusetts, and the car is to be driven in Maine, it must first be registered in Maine with the Department of Motor Vehicles. It is possible that a new plate will be issued.
The average vehicle should be driven 10,000 to 15,000 miles per year. At that average, depending on when the SUV was purchased, it should have 30,000 to 45,000 miles.
Yes. A vehicle can be driven with the belt squealing. Since a mechanic with a wrench and a crowbar can fix it in 2 minutes, I have no idea why anyone would tolerate it!