What does it mean by “FL CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION FOR EXPORT ONLY. US CUSTOMERS – PARTS ONLY. NO TITLE”?

I am little curious. What does it mean by “FL CERTIFICATE OF DESTRUCTION FOR EXPORT ONLY. US CUSTOMERS – PARTS ONLY. NO TITLE” seen in inventory no 1802309662. In this case, if I am importing this vehicle to my country, Sweden, what is the title of the car? Because we are suppose to declare the title of the car at Sweden custom department where they decide whether I can register this car in Sweden. If car can runs and drive why the auction people are not giving a title to the car?


Each state has different laws on how the insurance company treats a damaged (flood) vehicle. Some states will make it a salvage title vehicle, some will make it parts only. In this case, you will receive a FL Certificate of Destruction. If you were in USA, this would mean a parts only vehicle to you. For export, it depends on the country if you can register it or not. Please find out from your customs what this would mean in Sweden. Read more

Can I contact the seller for more detail information on the vehicle I’m inretested in buying?

All of our vehicles come from insurance company auction. We do not know who the seller is until we purchase the vehicle. Please do all of your research on the vehicle prior to bidding on it. Read more

Is there any way to know how quickly the transport company you list here will be able to pick up my purchase. I live in Michigan and am afraid no truck would be interested

Most of the transporters give you anywhere from 5-10 days to pick up. Please contact them directly for more information at www.haulmatch.com. Read more

If I win a bid and during the shipment I decide not use a container but rather go in for ro ro how do I change the shipment process?

Considering we do not do shipping, you would have to arrange that with your export/shipping company directly. Learn more about How much does it cost to ship a car?. Read more

How can I bid on Insurance company cars only. I don’t want to buy a car that someone bought from the insurance company and then re-sells it at auction.

We have no way of knowing that unless we are looking at a particular vehicle. If you have vehicles in question, please feel free to contact us with inventory numbers and we will do our research to let you know who might be selling this vehicle as well as our opinion on those vehicles. Our customer service number is (215) 289-0300. Read more