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Rebuilt Salvage Vehicle Information

Salvage Title Law: 32-8-87

Salvage (Total Loss) Motor Vehicle– a total loss shall occur 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.

Rebuilt Motor Vehicles-every motor vehicle in this state which has been restored in this state to its operating condition which existed prior to the event which caused the salvage certificate of title to issue.


Application for Rebuilt Inspection
Access the Application for Inspection of a Salvage Vehicle and Affirmation Supporting Salvage Certificate.

Instructions for Application for Rebuilt Inspection 
Access instructions for an Owner Retained Salvage Vehicle Inspection.


Rebuilt Salvage Vehicle FAQs