When a vehicle is involved in an accident, and salvaged by the Insurance Company, it has to be reconstructed before being placed back on the road. After the vehicle is repaired, it`s inspected by an authorized mechanic and certified by the DMV as reconstructed to manufacturer specifications. The DMV issues a `reconstructed` title, which is treated the same way as a “clean” title regarding registration and insurance purposes. Please note www.RideSafely.com does not guarantee that all title denominations can be reconstructed in any particular state or country. Please refer any title questions to your local DMV. Read more
Not specified usually means that auction itself either DID NOT or COULD NOT check the vehicle for damages, which means you would have to rely strictly on the pictures. Read more
No. Carfax will not give you what options are available. You can try google or www.decodethis.com.
If you need more details, you can try contacting that dealership and give them the VIN number. The original dealership should be able to tell you what options are on that particular vehicle. Read more
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