What Is a Reconditioned Title on a Car?

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A reconditioned title of a car is issued to a vehicle that was previously un-roadworthy and has been reconstructed or rebuilt. This vehicles were either severely damaged in an accident or fire. If an insurer finds the repairs to be more costly than the initial worth of the vehicle, they issue a salvage title. After the car has been rebuilt, the owner has inspected and surrenders the salvage title in return of the reconditioned title.
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Insurance companies may total a vehicle even if the state does not. If the vehicle was damaged in an accident and the repairs cost a high percentage of the vehicle's worth, the state
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When purchasing a vehicle, check the title for any "remarks" on the title that will denote any discrepancies such as: 1) Reconditioned, 2) Salvage, 3) Flood, 4) Theft recovery
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A car rebuilt from salvage has the designation of a reconditioned title. Thanks
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1. Order a vehicle history report on the vehicle you are buying. Carfax and AutoCheck provide information about the damage the vehicle received. Use the vehicle's identification number
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