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Why Should I Consider a Salvage / Rebuilt Vehicle?
It's a great way to recycle! When insured vehicles are in an accident, sometimes the cost for the insurance company to repair them is too high so they are written off as a total loss. The owner is paid out a lump sum and the car is sold as salvage. The buyers at Just Wrecks will look for good quality, well maintained cars, trucks, boats, atv's, and seadoos that are easily restorable. The vehicles that are rebuilt at Just Wrecks, must pass a go to be re-registered and then they are offered to the public for sale.
When a car is for sale either privately or as a trade-in on a lot, there is good reason to wonder why it's for sale. The vehicles for sale as a rebuild through Just Wrecks are vehicles that were not for sale, so generally the vehicles were properly maintained right until the accident. The buyers at Just Wrecks know what to look for in a salvage vehicle. Only cars that have evidently been looked after are chosen to be rebuilds. This ensures that the restored vehicle is as good or better than anything you will find for sale elsewhere.
What is a Rebuild?
A rebuilt title is issued to a vehicle that previously was a salvage vehicle and has since been reconstructed. All provinces require an inspection by a Government licensed body shop along with the department of motor vehicles before the vehicle is allowed back on the road. These vehicles can provide inexpensive options for buyers.
Can I Order a Specific Make and Model?
Definitely! Contact us and specify what you are looking for. We will search for it and let you know when we have found the salvage. A picture will be e-mailed back to you with the details of the vehicle. If that is the vehicle you want, we will restore it.
Vehicles with rebuilt titles provide buyers with opportunities to own models they might not otherwise be able to afford. The vehicle might only have had severe cosmetic damage, but be structurally and functionally sound. Reconstructed vehicles sometimes cost approximately half the price of vehicles with regular titles.
Vehicles with rebuilt titles typically damaged in an accident or by theft. If an insurance company determines the repairs would cost more than the worth of the vehicle, the vehicle is issued a salvage title. People commonly call a vehicle like this "totaled," indicating it was a total loss. The owner of a salvage vehicle cannot legally drive it on highways or obtain valid license plates for it, but can sell it to an automotive center to use for parts or to restore.