A salvage vehicle (total loss) occurs when an insurance company or any other person pays or makes other monetary settlement to a person when a vehicle is damaged and the damage to the vehicle is greater than or equal to 75 percent of the fair retail value of the vehicle prior to damage as set forth in a current edition of a nationally recognized compilation of retail values, including automated data bases.
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- What is a salvage vehicle (total loss)?
- What do I have to do to become a licensed rebuilder?
- My vehicle has a salvage title. Can I register and drive it on the public highways of this state?
- Do I have to repair all the damage to my salvage vehicle before applying for salvage inspection?
- Can I rebuild a motor vehicle with a parts only, parts car, non-rebuildable, certificate of destruction, or junk branded certificate of title?
- May I apply for an inspection to a vehicle rebuilt in another state?
- How do I track the status of my rebuilt inspection application?