It is very difficult to by a salvaged cars. In some cases the vehicle is in good enough shape that with some repair it can be road worthy again so it is sold with a salvage title. When the vehicle is inspected and once again registered a normal title will be issued.
does a seller have to tell you a car has been salvaged?
As long as you pay the insurance premiums, there is no limit to the number of cars one driver can insure. The insurance companies will be happy to do business with you.
Sure you can, although it may be cheaper to insure with the same company since most insurance companies offer multi car discounts.
No, you can get regular insurance and you will be fine. You will be able to get full insurance and your classic car.
Insurance companies will be happy to insure as many cars as you want, as long as you are willing to pay the insurance premium.
Yes, It is usually cheaper to have 2 vehicles on the same policy but there may be some cases where you need to have them separated. Some companies will not insure classic cars correctly, recreational vehicles. or motorcycles so they would need a separate policy for a separate company.
Yes, you can insure 2 cars but it depends on your insurance company contract. Hope it helps:)
Once they are repossesed by insurance companies and salvaged titled they will more than likely be resold if not demolished or sold for scrap depending on severity of the damage.
probably none of them until your 21.
This may very from state to state, but from what I am aware of the cars are bonded, which means the company has proven being able to pay for damage. The company pays for damages out of their pockets.
No. Generally speaking, used cars are actually less expensive to insure than new cars. This varies greatly depending on model however.
"Most companies that offer car insurance should insure a quad. The specific price of insurance may vary, since motorcycles are more dangerous to drive than cars."
One person can insure as many vehicles as he/she can afford.
You will insure the cars based on where they are driven the most. If you drive more in one state, insure the car there.
Your local junkyard will most likely have spare car parts that you can purchase for a cheaper price. As long as you have the ability to install it yourself, it should be okay. Also, your local car dealership should have cheaper salvaged cars for sale.
21st Century Insurance insure a wide variety of different cars. These include new cars, cars that have been used, as well as classic or vintage cars. They can also provide fully comprehensive cover.
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.
Yes. Geico insures cars as well as other types of vehicles.
The salvage title is used to title a vehicle that has been paid out by an insurance company. This may be because professional repairs exceed 75% of the value of the car or may be because the car was stolen and not returned within the time required by law such that the insurance company must pay out the total value. Depending on the age of the car a salvaged car may have had no damage, very minor cosmetic damage, or major damage. A vehicle that is considered not repairable is instead titled as "junked".
Imported cars are generally more expensive to insure. This is due to having to pay for the extra cost of shipping over parts in case an accident occurs.
The cost to insure classic cars varies greatly for different cars. Classic car insurance rates usually are around $1000 a year.