How can we find out why a vehicle has a Salvage Title?

The vehicle could have a salvage title for many reasons. Flood, theft, accident, hail etc. Most of the time you can guesstimate just by looking at the pictures. If you have questions regarding a particular vehicle, please email us at info[at]ridesafely.com with the inventory number and we can try to see if can provide more detailed information on that particular vehicle. Learn more about What is a Salvage Title? Read more

What is Damage Type: Repossession and Loss Type: Other on a vehicles description?

Repossession is just that. Vehicle was repossessed by the bank/dealer for non-payment. Other could be anything and might be different for each vehicle. If you have a vehicle in mind, please contact our customer service at (215) 289-0300 for more details. Read more

Biohazard – Would these vehicles have a standard salvage title?

Yes. Biohazard will have standard salvage title. It just means you might need to invest in a different clean up job depending on the hazard type. Learn more about What does Biohazard mean on a car auctions? and Reasons for Salvaging. Read more

Are the vehicles on this website that only have a dent/scratch going for $1,000 or $2,000 dollars really in good condition to purchase? Clean title included?

All vehicles are different with different damage. Most of these vehicles come from insurance companies which would have to be damaged enough to make them salvage vehicles. Please review each item carefully and feel free to call us at (215) 289-0300 with any question or if you just need a second pair of eyes or an opinion. Learn more about Reasons for Salvaging. Read more

When i buy a car that says “Damage type: Water Flood”, does it mean that i can not fix it? Do most of the customers that get those kind of cars are able to fix them or they just use them for Parts?

Water/Flood vehicles can be fixed. Please be very aware that depending on extend of the water damage/water level in the vehicle, parts such as engine, electrical etc may be severely damaged. Most of the flood vehicles would not sell as “Run and Drive” just to prevent engine from starting in the case it may have water in it. Read more