The HUGE difference between a Salvage and Rebuilt Car

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  • Published on:  Sunday, July 2, 2017
  • A lot of people get the labels "Salvage" and "Rebuilt" mixed up. Here are the CLEAR differences!


  • Dira Dim
    Dira Dim  7 days ago

    Than k you. I'm about to buy a car and can t because lot of them are salvage.

  • Eduardo silva
    Eduardo silva  14 days ago

    Each state its different and have different types of titles check at the state you want to register the car to see what the deal its

  • zhaneranger
    zhaneranger  21 days ago

    I see a lot of salvage titles on Craig’s list. I never knew they aren’t road legal. Thanks for the clarification. N/m I’m in CA. We either get salvaged or clean.

  • Donald Sherbondy
    Donald Sherbondy  1 months ago

    I'll be first to admit I'm not the brightest bulb in the lamp, but I'm only a one bulb lamp, that being said, I still don't know the difference between the branded title and the other. All I know is, I don't want to buy a vehicle that was wrecked.

  • e sure
    e sure  1 months ago


  • nhguapo
    nhguapo  1 months ago

    This was a good video - nice job.

  • MrTurboRotary
    MrTurboRotary  1 months ago

    Nicely explained. Thanks!

  • James Taylor
    James Taylor  2 months ago

    Great video! No bogus music or lame attempts at bad humor. Direct and to the point. Exactly what I'm looking for in an informative video. Thank you sir!

  • BornN2Grave1
    BornN2Grave1  2 months ago

    Do salvage hail damaged cars need repair. They function perfectly but are just ugly. Can you get a rebuilt title on them with no repairs?

  • Dylan Newell
    Dylan Newell  3 months ago

    Just uber cars are an absolute waste of money.

  • Jered Rutan
    Jered Rutan  3 months ago

    Thank you for making this video! I was oblivious to either terms.

  • David Delgado
    David Delgado  3 months ago

    Nice info thank you sam!

  • Joseph Kelly
    Joseph Kelly  3 months ago

    All cars wrecked and determined to be a total loss start as salvage titles. Make sure you have all the paper work needed. Most importantly, remember to get the title signed over to you as it was the only thing we forgot. A sworn affidavit and bill of sale notarized are not enough

  • CarbonGlassMan
    CarbonGlassMan  4 months ago

    I bought a 2004 Dodge Neon that had a salvage title. I looked up the carfax on it. It was rear ended. The only damage was a small crack in the rear bumper cover and the paint was scuffed. The car's book value was $600, so the repair and paint would have cost more than the car was worth, so the insurance company totaled the car giving it a salvage title. I had it inspected and never repaired the damage. I just told the cop why it totaled. He just made sure all the lights worked and gave me a pass so I could get a rebuilt title. I have put about 50k more miles on it since I bought it as a to and from work car. The only thing I've bought for it is new tires. I paid $400 for the car at the abandoned auto auction.

  • Mind Over Matter
    Mind Over Matter  4 months ago

    We don't have that in california have that in mind

  • Erika
    Erika  5 months ago

    I have a car that was a salvage but now its a rebuilt and as long as they are built properly and pass safety and structural your good.

  • Visvesh Narayan
    Visvesh Narayan  5 months ago

    Diapers and Pampers.

  • mobilemowers
    mobilemowers  5 months ago

    Forgets to mention almost impossible to get a loan or insurance on a salvage car. Rebuilt the insurance overall coveraged is less cause of previous damage and loans can be a little tricky . Loan won't be full for the full retail price.

  • bee Lover
    bee Lover  5 months ago

    Can you trade in a rebuilt title car to a dealership?

  • Eileen Ruiz
    Eileen Ruiz  6 months ago

    Can I get insurance on a rebuilt title 5 th wheel