Auto Salvage provides a chance to save thousands on the most sought-after types of Cars, Trucks, Vans and SUV’s. Auto Salvage is simply a term that refers to cars, trucks, and SUV’s that have been damaged in one form or another. The titles of these cars are labeled as Salvage based on amount of damage, state policy, and insurance company reports. Auto Salvage can refer to everything from Salvage Rebuildable, Rebuilt, Repairable, Storm and Water damage to totaled cars that are for Parts Only.
For anyone looking for a real deal on quality cars, Auto Salvage from Autoworld of America is a surefire way to buy without spending sticker prices and reeling from sticker shock. These vehicles have titles that range from “Salvage” to “Rebuilt”, and for the international crowd, “Export Only” also known as C/D (Certificate of Destruction). Auto Salvage also refers to OEM Used Parts and Accessories recovered from Salvage and Damaged Vehicles, also purchased at a highly discounted price.
Our Rebuilt Title vehicles are completely repaired and have passed all the DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) Inspections so they are ready to be driven off the lot (or the shipping dock). Autoworld of America has more than 25 years of experience in the Auto Salvage industry repairing and rebuilding cars to near-perfection. Rebuilt cars are a reliable way to get a name-brand vehicle at a Salvage price.
Reconditioned vehicles and auto parts are the cheapest way to get a ride. When it comes to getting an American-made, quality car in another country, auto salvage is one of the only affordable options. In most states in the USA, for a car to be considered Salvage it would have a cost of repairs at more than 75% of the value before damage. In some areas, after a 91% damage threshold the car is given a C/D (Certificate of Destruction) or Parts Only Title.
These C/D vehicles offer an even deeper discount, but are often only allowed to be sold as Exports Only. For people around the world seeking cars in the USA at a decent price, Auto Salvage is almost always the cheapest option. There are pros and cons when it comes to Auto Salvage, but the deeply discounted price point trumps all.
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When it comes to choosing salvage car, you need to know what you are getting into before ever even considering pulling the trigger on a purchase. The different types of car damage that can affect a Salvage or Rebuilt Title are incredibly varied. There are different degrees of car damage, often ranked by A, B, and C (A being the least damaged and C being the most). Benefits and drawbacks of the different types of damage really do change depending on the individual accident, wreck, or amount of Flood Damage.
At Autoworld of America, we have 25 years experience in dealing with damaged cars. We understand how to find the best Salvage vehicles on the market and how to repair them. The most important part of purchasing a Salvaged car is selecting a dealer that has industry experience and knowledge. Here are just a few of the types of damages that shoppers can expect when browsing through our inventory:
A rebuilt vehicle from Autoworld of America is a completely repaired and polished vehicle that is ready to be driven. “Rebuilt” titles refer to vehicles that were previously damaged, but have since been repaired by authorized professionals and passed the DMV Inspection. With more than 25 years of experience rebuilding cars, rebuilt options from Autoworld of America are an affordable way to look good on the road.
These vehicles have been subject to light flooding at one point or another. Most vehicles labeled as Flood or Previous Flood only get exposed to water damage levels up to the bottom of the seats. This kind of damage subjects some of the electronics to water and can cause minor mechanical issues. Although limited repairs are often needed, our team knows exactly how to get the car up and running again. Flooded vehicles have the potential to be a great deal for any buyer. The most important part of buying a flooded vehicle is who you buy it from.
Vehicles that are labeled as “Rollover” tend to be somewhat “EASY” to fix. Most Rollover vehicles only have cosmetic damage. Sometimes, a major rebuild is necessary, but Autoworld of America has the skills and knowledge to make a rollover vehicle a beautiful, well-running one.
For those who find a car with only slight side damage, there might be a real deal to be made. Often, side damage is usually only cosmetic and requires a few side panels or doors to be replaced. Sometimes, side damage can also mean misalignment, but repairs are pretty easily made.
Much like any other type of damage, front damage comes in a wide range of levels. If the damage is high enough, the radiator, engine accessories, transmission, and other internal workings of the car can be damaged. With knowledgeable labor, the damage can be easily repaired. Usually the damage is minor enough to be quickly fixed for a small price.
Cars are very rarely labeled with “Storm Damage” or “Hail Damage”, but are instead labeled as side, front, or rear damage. Storm damaged or hail damaged cars, if available, are some of the easiest to repair on the market. Storm or Hail damage is almost always skin deep damage that can be easily repaired.
When a vehicle is subjected to “Rear Damage”, the rear bumper, quarter panels, tail lights, tailgate or trunk lid are often the source of the issue. Sometimes tire damage, and damage to the rear suspensions or axels may occur. For people who are even minimally handy, a car with rear damage is often a fairly simple fix. If the accident is more sever than it might require a complete rear clip to repair the vehicle.
Rebuilt and Rebuildable Title vehicles always come with a bit of damage. For those who find transport that can be easily fixed, money can be made. Autoworld of America rebuilds salvage vehicles to a level where they can be driven from day one.
Buying a salvage car is all about doing some serious research. For people who find a good salvaged car, a better deal cannot be made. When sifting through all the options, there are five steps any purchaser should take to get the best deal.
Salvaged and Rebuilt cars have all undergone some amount of damage. Finding out exactly what that damage is should be the first step of any auto salvage purchase. At Autoworld of America, we describe the damage the car in question has undergone in much more detail than most salvage sellers.
As most would tell you, never buy a vehicle without doing a bit of negotiating or at least knowledge of what you are being offered. Ask about warranties, financing, and possible resale values. It is also important to check with local laws about what type of registration and insurance you will need so that you can legally drive as soon as you get the car.
Figuring out the total cost of the vehicle purchase is essential, specifically for international buyers. Factor in the price of the car with the price of possible repairs. Then, calculate customs fees, shipping, and other legal requirements like insurance policies. If the price is still less than purchasing a brand new car (which it often is); it might be a good time to jump the gun and buy an Auto Salvage Vehicle.
Once you have purchased a Rebuildable or Rebuilt car or truck, it can be helpful to have it professionally inspected before doing any work on it. Understanding exactly what needs to be repaired can avoid more issues later down the road. Once the issues are found, repairing can begin if any is needed at all.
At Autoworld of America, we have built a reputation as one of the United State’s best Salvage Vehicle Dealerships. We spend time photographing, researching, and describing each vehicle on our lot. Not all dealers, however, are as reputable as we are. Make sure the dealer you choose is on the up-and-up as far as reputation and experience is concerned.
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The most obvious benefit of buying a salvage-title car is the price. Being thrifty doesn’t have to mean looking thrifty. Many budget sites and blogs praise the possible deals to be found when it comes to buying Rebuilt and Salvage Title Cars, Trucks, Vans, and SUV’s. Much like any purchase strategy, there are both pros and cons in buying a Salvage Vehicle.
With a price point as much as 30% to 50% lower than original car prices, car shoppers really can’t find a better price than a salvage-title car from Autoworld of America. Another benefit to buying a salvage car or rebuilt car is how quickly a purchase can be made. Shipping to any country is as easy as making a cash purchase, going through the right customs channels, and driving from the dock to the garage.
The cons of buying a salvage car are pretty obvious from the getgo. The entire reason these vehicles are so deeply discounted is that they have been damaged enough for an insurance company to declare them as totaled or damaged. Repair costs can be high to any vehicle if the damage to the car is more than just a fender bender.
Due to the potential for high repair costs, finding a Salvage or Rebuilt Title car at a low price is a great advantage. If a Salvage car isn’t repaired correctly, it might fail a safety inspections and not be allowed to be registered. This is the reason a DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) Inspection is necessary before awarding any vehicle a Rebuilt Title.
A thing to remember is that once a car is labeled with a Salvage or Rebuilt Title, it will always be labeled as such. Due to the label of Salvage or Rebuilt, banks do not offer Auto Loans and the only option for purchasing these vehicles is as a “Cash Sale”.
For foreign buyers in less restricted regions of the world, the price point and discount a salvage car offers is unbeatable. With lower parts and labor costs, a savvy buyer can find a real steal at an auto salvage business like Autoworld of America.
In Africa, the salvage car market is growing by leaps and bounds. Autoworld of America sells and helps ship cars to countries from Nigeria, Ghana, and Libya to Angola, Niger, Egypt, Kenya and beyond. With fairly inexpensive repair parts and labor and more lax laws governing licensing and registration, buying a salvage car from the US and shipping it to Africa can be a great way to save a few thousand dollars.
In the Middle East, it can be extremely difficult to get an American-made car or a quality European vehicle for a decent price. Autoworld of America sells Rebuilt and Rebuildable vehicles to countries in the Middle East that include Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Yemen, Oman, Syria, and much more. Want a high-end vehicle shipped to the Middle East for a reasonable cost? Chances are that Salvage, Rebuilt, Export Only Title cars are the best option.
When purchasing a vehicle in some South American and Caribbean countries, it’s not easy to get a vehicle at a low price. Salvage cars delivered to Guatemala, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Peru, and beyond are much more reasonable than newly purchased cars. Prices for repairs are often much lower than the difference between salvage and newly purchased.
Buying a quality, late model car, truck, or SUV does not need to be a chore or an enormous expense. Try buying a salvaged, repaired, or repairable vehicle from Autoworld of America. Autoworld sells a huge selection of salvage vehicles and helps you with shipping to your location in Europe. Even after shipping, customs fees, and repairs, most of these vehicles can save you as much as 20% or more off of the retail price of a comparable new or used vehicle. Autoworld of America makes the process of finding and buying the vehicle of your dreams much simpler and more affordable.
If you are buying a vehicle in the USA but live in another country, auto salvage from Autoworld of America is one of the best options available. Although there are both pros and cons when it comes to buying auto salvage, the price comparison is just too good to be ignored. When the difference between Rebuilt, Rebuildable and new is $10,000 or more, it’s hard to pass up a car with a Rebuilt, Rebuildable or Export Only Title.
Auto Salvage is an entirely different industry. Anyone willing to put a little sweat equity into their purchase can walk away with a car at a lower price than could ever be found at a dealership. At Autoworld of America, we make it easy to buy Salvage, Rebuilt, and Export Only Title vehicles at the lowest price possible and can arrange to have them shipped anywhere in the World.
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