What does Salvage Branded IF Rebuilt specifically mean, and is it just a regular salvage title?

A vehicle with a ‘Salvage Branded IF Rebuilt’ title has been significantly damaged in the past and subsequently repaired and re-inspected. These vehicles are operable and safe to drive, but the ‘rebuilt’ designation will permanently remain on their title and registration documents. This title is issued instead of a clean title to ensure buyers know the vehicle’s history and prevent it from being sold at a value comparable to undamaged vehicles. Once a vehicle has a rebuilt title, it will never revert to having a clean title; it will always carry evidence of its past condition. It is still considered a salvage vehicle in the context of title branding.

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Updated: April 16, 2024, 10:18 PM  

April 16, 2024   6431   RideSafely    Documentation  
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