It means the car was totaled by an insurance company and rebuilt (to hopefully roadworthy standards!)
Car has been damaged and rebuilt.
Only if you can un-rebuild the car. Once a car is rebuilt, it is rebuilt forever.
no, once it has a reconstructed title it will always be...
The vehicle has been wrecked and then repaired (rebuilt) by a liscensed rebuilder. Sometimes the car wasn't smashed - it was a flood car. Regardless, it was damaged and then restored to operating condition.
if the title is from the state you are registering it in, then you register it just like normal. if it is an out-of-state rebuilt title, then u have to check with your local DMV to see if it has to go thru any inspection first.
Not possible, it defeats the whole point of having a salvage title.
You should Inquire at the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles.
no i don't think you can you can get a title for a total in florida
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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You cannot legally. Once a salvage always a salvage. At best you can get a "rebuilt" title.
I cannot answer your question but I do know that insurance companies use "fair market value" which means they can use the fact it has a rebuilt title in their concideration. If you do not agree with their estimate you can appeal it (may require a court visit)
I would not insured a rebuilt vehicle because no matter what there is always going to be an issue if the vehicle is totaled as to what the value of the vehicle is. You and I know that a vehicle with a rebuilt title will be worth less that a vehicle with a clear title. I would use a stated value policy to value the vehicle so that there is no misunderstanding if an accident occurred.
Yes, you must apply for a rebuilt title. This will require two VIN's and an application for rebuilt title. You could take two certificate of destruction of the same type of vehicle. or one title and one CD of the same type of vehicle to prove that the vehicle has been rebuilt. Also you can apply for a rebuilt title with only one vin if you kept all your receipts when making repairs to the vehicles. Bottom line you must show substantial repair. It's a well kept secret the tax collector doesn't want you to know. They will automatically say no you can not register a car with a CD. If you ask them for a application for rebuilt title, with the instructions, you will get all the information you need.
In Kansas a private sell doesn't have to disclose a Salvage title
Same places as a car with a regular title, your car will just appraise for less or be denied after inspection.
A rebuilt salvage title is issued when a vehicle has been declared a total loss. When that happens, the original title is "retired", and the salvage may be sold--often by an insurance company that paid the owner and acquired the salvage. As a way of recovering some of what it paid, the salvage will be sold by the insurer. The buyer of it may then repair the vehicle to make it road-worthy. The repaired vehicle is then issued a rebuilt salvage title in order to be "legalized" and used as a vehicle. The fact that it has a rebuilt salvage title will generally reduce the value of the car, because any buyer will know that the vehicle has at one time been totaled.
Your lienholder will almost certainly require it.
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
You are going to look at roughly losing an extra 40-45 percent off of what the bike is worth with a clean title.
Call your DMV and see if you can get it titled as a rebuilt vehicle.
It means rebuilt as new as possible.
A detailed answer would depend upon what state you're living in/want to title the bike in. You can get some basic information, to start, here: http:/search.dmv.org/dmv/motorcycle-title
no. rebuilt is a verb. the prefix re only changes the tense off the verb. causing it to mean doing an action again.