The chances of an insurance company willingly insuring a car previously deemed a loss are next to none. However, that is not always the case as it largely depends upon why and how the car earned the unfavorable title.
If your car was stolen and the insurance company had to cover the loss, then there are high chances that you can get it re-insured effortlessly. In such a situation, it isn’t the car that’s the problem but the unfortunate circumstances.
However, if your car met an accident and suffered substantial damage, then getting an insurance company to cover it can be quite challenging. In fact, even if you do succeed, they may not provide extensive coverage. Either way, it is your loss as it is your car that gets devalued in the market.
Whenever you do to sell your salvaged vehicle, make sure you do keep all records at hand. Those interested in damaged cars are usually looking to save some extra cash and will haggle with you. If you want to get the best price possible, keep detailed documentation detailing all repairs and part replacements so you can prove that the car is fitted with the best parts for it.
If your car has cleared the road safety test, make sure you have that document in hand as well. If it has insurance, keep that on you when going to make the deal. All of these will eventually work out in your favor, getting you the best resale value.