IF you are sure its rebuilt, call the attorney general in your state. Some states do not give rebuilt titles. If yours is one of those, they might not have lied. And they might not have known about the rebuilt part. Good Luck
Typically, salvage vehicles' value are 40% less than that of a comparable car with a clean title. This is assuming the car has been repaired/rebuilt properly and is roadworthy.
Yes it is. answer #2 New; means nothing in this business and rebuilt means even less. Especially if you purchased it from AutoZone. They sell a wonderful core, clean . . . but a terrible rebuilt Starter or Alternator. drl
I would contact the dealer because it could be a mistake
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Well, if you knowingly traded in a salvage/rebuilt car with a wrong/clean title he has the right to sue you for the extra money he gave you for your trade in since a salvage car is worth roughly 40% less than a comparable clean titled car. Did you sign over a salvage title when you traded the car in? If so, he has no legal recourse since the salvage title is clearly marked and it's his problem.
Try out your dealer for your brand of car. They will help you keep it clean and looking sharp. Good luck with it.
If you mean totaled cars that have yet to be repaired, go to an auction or tow yard. If you mean a salvage car that has been reconstructed to roadworthiness, try craigslist. There's lotsa salvage vehicles being sold there under the guise of being a clean titled car! But sometimes there's honest seller who are selling totaled/reconstructed cars for what they're worth, which is roughly 60% of the price of a comparable clean titled car.
Not possible. It used to be that some states provided a clean title upon meeting state inspection requirements but Congress has passed a law that requires all states to label the title as such. Individual states may differ in the nomenclature labeling these vehicles as: "salvage", "rebuilt", or "branded".
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If it was a salvage car that you rebuilt and now have a clean title for yes, you can sell it as long as you inform the buyer that it was a salvage car.
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check with your dealer,i have a 1999 v70 wagon.there was a recall and the dealer fixes it for nothing,good luck
Totaled vehicles which have been rebuilt generally have a "salvaged vehicle" title, or whatever it's called in your state. Vehicles with a salvaged vehicle title are by definition, not as valuable as the same vehicle with a clean title. If the vehicle is subsequently in another collision, the insurance company will not pay as much since the loss was not as great. Insurance companies only need to pay you for the actual value of the vehicle.
You are going to look at roughly losing an extra 40-45 percent off of what the bike is worth with a clean title.
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If you purchase a car with a rebuilt title or a salvage title you need to understand you are purchasing something that should have been scrape metal. They are worth but a fraction of what the same car with a clean title is worth. Save yourself the problems and walk away.
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There is a history of gasoline and diesel vehicles. The infrastructure to fuel these vehicles is already in place contrary to an all electric, NG, or Hydrogen vehicle of which there is almost no in fracture to refuel them. The technology has progressed to the point that vehicles today are very clean, and get fantastic mileage. Also price is a consideration.
You cannot. Once branded salvage or totaled, the title remains as such. There are illegal ways to convert a branded title (called title washing) but no legal way. Sorry! It depends on what you are really asking with your question. It is true that once the brand is on the vehicle that it was salvaged it will remain on the vehicle forever. But if you mean converting from a salvage title to a salvage rebuilt title which looks like a "clean title" but still has the brand on it that is different. If you live in Texas you will need a rebuilt affidavit completed by the owner and the person who made the repairs, you will need the title completed by the new owner and the salvage dealer or insurance company that sold them the vehicle, you will also need the form 130u which is on the txdot website completed by the dealer or insurance company and the new owner, and the new owners insurance. Please call me if you need help 2815363857 or email me at tishafranks@AOL.com
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