Salvage Auto

Should I Buy Stolen And Recovered Cars?

There Are Lots Of Stolen and Recovered Cars In the US

In the United States, over 700,000 cars are stolen each year. The authorities recover an average of 46% of those vehicles.  That percentage varies by state: while Alabama has only a 28% percent recovery rate, Washington State had 71% and Utah, 63%. As a general rule,  agencies must classify as Motor Vehicle Theft all cases where automobiles are taken by persons not having lawful access ”even though the vehicles are later abandoned”. Read More

How To Get A Salvage Car Ready For The Road Again – Part 1

Salvage Title Automobiles

Salvage Honda Accord

A salvage title vehicle is one that has been written off by the insurance company because the cost to repair the salvage car exceeds its estimated value. This will vary from state to state, but for the most part, that number is over 60% of the value of the salvage car. At that point, the insurance company will write-off the car, pay the claim and request a salvage title for the car. Read More

Repairable vs. Nonrepairable Title Salvage Car

Repairable And Nonrepairable Salvage Car Titles

When shopping for salvage cars for sale there is a very important distinction.  Some salvage cars are repairable, but others are not. In general, a car that has been written off is deemed salvage, and the title is issued or marked as such for any future buyers. Read More

How To Find Salvage Cars for Sale

find salvage cars for sale from a salvage auto auction online

Are you trying to find salvage cars for sale online? There are many options and several things to consider. To make the process easier we have put together this guide.

This guide will answer all questions you may have when trying to find salvage cars for sale online.  Read More

Salvage Cars a Collector’s Treasure

28751633_2Everyone loves a great trash to treasure or recycling story, but having the bragging rights to how you turned a salvage car into a collector’s treasure will be a story that you tell over and over again! For the avid car enthusiast, finding a diamond in the rough in a salvage car and rebuilding it into a gem is a challenging and rewarding experience. Read More

Take the Hassle Out of Buying a Car

A like new vehicle featured at a car auction.Not every vehicle that an insurance company labels as a total loss after an accident is in bad condition. In fact, you can find some great deals on cars that have only minor damage at a salvage auction site. Here, you can find a large selection of cars that you can use for parts or even to drive! Read More

Cars Labeled as Total Losses Can be Your Gain!

Screen capture from a salvage auction website.If you are looking for parts for your car or a vehicle that you can restore, why not consider buying a salvage car? New parts can be quite expensive and new cars even more so; however, salvage vehicles can be purchased at a mere fraction of the price of new. Many cars labeled as total losses run great and have only minor cosmetic damage. Read More

Find Plenty of Cars in Fantastic Condition

repairable salvage cars for sale, auction cars In today’s difficult times, it seems like everyone is looking for ways to save, especially when it comes to cars. If you need a vehicle to get back and forth to work or school but do not have a lot of cash, you should consider purchasing a salvage car. There are many benefits to choosing salvage auction cars, and listed below are just a few. Read More

The Right Time to Buy a Flood-Damaged Vehicle

wrecked cars for sale, flood cars for sale, salvage auctionIf you are looking for a car for short-term usage, why not consider a flood-damaged vehicle? There is no reason that you should have to spend a lot of money for a car if you are only going to need it for a short period of time, and many flood-damaged cars still run great. Read More