Absolutely you can, call your local insurance agent.
Yes and no. Insurance companies, as a general rule, will not provide full coverage insurance for vehicles with salvage titles they will however provide liability only insurance.
I know of no insurance company in any U.S. sate that will give you full coverage on a salvaged vehicle.
My insurance provider, Hanover, told me that they would only write liability coverage, and not full coverage on my truck that was flooded and totaled in New Orleans.
Probably. Call Geico and see. I have gotten insurance on salvage cars I've owned.
Some companies will let you buy liability insurance. almost none will offer full coverage. A salvage title means the car has already been totalled before.
You cannot legally. Once a salvage always a salvage. At best you can get a "rebuilt" title.
On every auto application, there is a question will ask: "Does the vehicle have a salvaged or branded title?" If this is the case, you will not be able to put full coverage, (comprehensive and collision coverage) on the vehicle. Sometime you can get special exceptions from your insurance carrier to get the full coverage put on if all damage was repaired. It is much harder to get full coverage on a salvaged title vehicle.
In Texas you do.
most insurance companies will insure a vehicle with a salvage title. As long as it is state certified.
No it does not. Lenders Title insurance is a whole other form of coverage
is a salvage title?
Yes with some companies you can. As long as repairs have been made. It could affect the amount you would get paid in event of loss though.
Yes out can. I've had quite a few. Some insurance companies won't allow you to put full coverage on it even though its been repaired. You can not register a SC title if it is red.
It's true, title I of HIPAA protects health insurance coverage for workers and their families.
can be done by insurance company at time it is totaled out by them
A car that has been brought back from the "graveyard" (or junkyard) is commonly referred to as having a "salvage title". This means that the car was either stolen and un-recovered or (most commonly) that the insurance company deemed it uneconomical to repair and declared the vehicle a "total loss". The vehicle was later repaired. In most cases a vehicle with a "salvage title" cannot receive "full coverage" auto insurance and can never be issued a "clear title".
CONTACT AN CLAIMS AGENT FROM LOCAL INSURANCE COMPANIES, THEY WILL TELL YOU WHICH WRECKER NOW HOLDS TITLE OF THE SALVAGE VEHICLE(S). THEN YOU CAN CALL THE WRECKER DIRECTLY
it just means that said vehicle has been damaged and an insurance company has considered it to be damaged beyond its value. if it is a "rebuilt" salvage title then it can be used as any other vehicle on the road, it just may effect the cost of insurance.
im not sure in california, but in Texas you can not. Any car that has a salvage title is for a reason most cases the frame is bent now you can still operate vehicle, but you may notice that your runing through tires more frequently.
SALVAGE VEHICLE When you dismantle, destroy or change the character of your car so that it no longer is a complete car, you must surrender your Certificate of Title to the Clerk of Courts for cancellation. When you sell your car to a salvage dealer, you must surrender your Certificate of Title to that dealer with the assignment completely executed. To convert a Salvage Title to a Regular Title, a HP 106 inspection must be made by the State Highway Patrol. A fee of $50.00 is charged. The HP-105 application for the inspection may be obtained at the State Highway Patrol. In the State of California a Salvage Title is just that, it exists for a specific reason. A vehicle is assigned a Salvage Title because the car was written off as a loss by the insurance company. There are various reasons which would cause this to happen. A Salvage Title does not always mean that the car was involved in an accident. It may have been a theft recovered vehicle, it may have water damage, it may have been in a fire, these are just some examples of why a vehicle may receive a salvage title. The State of California does not distinguish between different salvage types as some states do. Once the car receives a "branded" title there is no legal way to wash the title in the State of California. The reason for this is to protect the consumer. If there were a way to remove the salvage designation from a vehicle then the purpose of issuing that title in the first place would have been defeated.
Yes you should be able to.
Any agent should be able to help you.