It depends on: who rebuilt/repaired the vehicle, what was wrong with it that required it to be rebuilt, whether it's valuable enough to overlook some potential problems and whether you'll be able to cover the entire cost since banks don't like to loan on a slavaged title. Salvaged titled vehicles tend to have mechanical problems and you'll need to put some money aside to pay for the little things that go wrong.
does a seller have to tell you a car has been salvaged?
The acutal purchasing title should come with the items when you buy them.
To get a mobile phone repaired Best Buy would be a good bet to get it repaired for cheap. Also you should try the phone providers store to fix the phone.
Penn warranty company.
if your ipod is within warranty then return it to apple and get it exchanged for FREE but if it is out of warranty get a quote for a repair and if it is less then buying a new one get it repaired but if it is more then a new ipod then buy a new ipod
Yes, that sounds like a good idea -
If you wish to.
ask the DMV
Go to the state Motor Vehicle office, where you would normally register a vehicle. There may be extra steps to take to get title for a salvaged vehicle. Don't buy cars without getting a title. EVER. If the car was stolen you may have to return it.
you should take your car to a shop and get it repaired. If it is really bad damage, buy a new car.
The car isn't damaged, the debtor's credit rating is. There is no permanent record of the car as a repossessed vehicle like there is for a salvaged title.
A salvaged title means that the car was deemed a total loss by an insurance company. There are several reasons this could have happened. It is best to talk to the owner and find out exactly what happened and why they didn't get it fixed. Once you know what happened to the car you can start to see what you need to rebuild the truck. Also looks at this website for more information: http://www.ehow.com/how_6245022_buy-truck-salvaged-title.html The biggest problem with salvage cars, is to buy it most salvage cars resellers are scamers, the most difficult thing is to buy a car you can use site like http://www.autoauctionhelp.com/ and buy a car directly from dealers or insurance auto auctions, then you simply find a cheap body shop and you can save up to 50 % of the retail price. Good Luck
Usually you can, you can buy it back from the insurance company for a "salvage" price, you will then have a salvaged title and wont beable to insure the vehicle with full coverage any longer only liability. Talk to the adjuster about it.
Get it repaired. Buy a replacement. Do without.
You can get you screen repaired at any electronic repair shop. It may be cheaper to buy a new one however, as it is very costly to have a screen repaired.
You should get a bill of sale AND the title of ownership.
In addition to the car, you should get a signed, notarized title. The title demonstrates that ownership of the car was transferred to you.
Depends on how much they owe on the bike and if the price of the bike includes pay off to their bank and you get the title. If there is a lean holder on the bike and after you buy it you don't get a title then no I would not buy the bike.
Auto Salvage Yard is a good place to find places online to buy salvaged cars, and salvagetitlecars.net offers resources as well as pitfalls to avoid when purchasing this type of car.
When you purchase a car you should get the history of the car, as well as the title. If it is possible, you should try to get a warranty.
The only way to find out if your car is legitimate is to first check for the vin number. Then go to the DMV and ask if it has a title or not. One should never buy a car from a stranger with no title. It will make insuring it very difficult.
I think they mean it's refurbished, which means it's been repaired and you should get a discount.
You get it repaired and if that does not work then we buy a new one.
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