Insuring a Car with a Salvage Title

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, January 12, 2016
  • Salvage titles may be less expensive to buy, but are they less expensive to insure? Watch this video to find out. Additional info on our blog post:

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  • Fres Cali
    Fres Cali  2 months ago

    No price difference

  • White Kita
    White Kita  2 months ago

    I will Never buy a Salvaged Title Car.....ever!....heard of too many money nightmare stories from other people....not worth the risk!

  • Dejan Nedic
    Dejan Nedic  3 months ago

    Nothing wrong.. rebui and easy

  • John Doe
    John Doe  6 months ago

    Its dumb to get any insurance on a salvage because you cant drive them on the streets so wth does it matter

  • Damnit Bobby
    Damnit Bobby  7 months ago +5

    I've seen insurance companies total a car for a broken side door window, cost $300. Stupid. Another one totaled a car because the front bumper cover fell off. The structural bumper under the plastic didn't move or even have a scratch. Snap the front bumper plastic back on and touch up the paint. The US is EXTREMELY wasteful.

  • IamReezy1
    IamReezy1  a years ago

    I need feedback asap please

  • Mike Le
    Mike Le  a years ago +14

    state farm always takes rebuilt title cars if you have trouble getting insurance

  • Xavier Rivera
    Xavier Rivera  2 years ago +3

    Acceptance insurance works with rebuilt titles no problems

  • Jamie Collins
    Jamie Collins  3 years ago +3

    flooded vehicles are the most common out their the insurance company's sale the vehicles out of state its called washing the title .then someone else buts vehicle not knowing the past .ive seen some vehicles get payded off two or three times on same vehicle by different insurance companies. its a money game