You’ve heard of a “salvage title car” but what does it mean and how did it happen? A car receives a salvage title when the insurance company determines the cost to repair it exceeds its worth. This is commonly referred to as a “total loss“.
Even though the insurance company has deemed a vehicle a “total loss”, the car may still be worthwhile to you. It is important to know that besides accidents, there are several reasons for a salvage title.
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.
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There are thousands of auction cars offered by Copart at any one of their 100 plus auctions of cars all over the United States every day. You may wonder how all these cars end up at an auto auction for sale as opposed to being sold in other ways. Most cars at auction come from only a few sources, which are usually auto insurance companies, finance or lease companies, donations and city or county governments. You can go to SalvageAutosAuction.com, a sister site of SalvageReseller.com, and view all of these cars from the comfort of your home or office. You can search an auction for cars that interest you, or just do a general search by make or model. This blog will focus on cars at auctions that come from insurance companies and finance or lease companies: Continue reading