What does a clean title, which means the vehicle is not salvaged, mean, and what are the fees associated with buying it now?

A clean title can sometimes come with a salvage history, which you can verify through a CARFAX or AutoCheck report. Additionally, even with a clean title, the vehicle’s history may prompt a salvage designation upon registration, depending on your state’s DMV regulations under NMVTIS law. While it often remains clean, we at RideSafely must inform customers of potential changes. As for fees, RideSafely charges a service fee of $299 for items over $1,000, alongside a $150 documentation fee. Auction fees vary, so we recommend using the fee calculator on our website to determine specific costs based on the auction and item price.

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If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to RideSafely’s dedicated support team at (215) 289-0300.

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Updated: April 11, 2024, 2:46 PM  

April 11, 2024   1720   RideSafely.com    Documentation  
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