Copart Car finder
The easy export car finder is a universal tool for making your search for a salvage automobile, repossessed automobile, flood damage automobile, motorcycles, and much more. First, search the various choices to help you make your decision on what you are shopping. The handy guide will walk you through the listing and all you need to do is click on the subject matter that concerns your needs. The complete listing reads as follows:
The car finder is a universal tool for making your search for a salvage automobile, repossessed automobile, flood damage automobile, motorcycles, and much more. First, search the various choices to help you make your decision on what you are shopping. The handy guide will walk you through the listing and all you need to do is click on the subject matter that concerns your needs. The complete Quick pick listing reads as follows: Clean Title, Vehicle Can Be Driven, Recovered Thefts, Flood Damage, Boats, Industrial Equipment, Jet Skis, Motorcycles, Recreational Vehicles, Snowmobiles, By Current Bid or By No Bid Yet.
By the click of your mouse, you can conveniently “Search by Lot Number” or you can “Search by” Vehicle Identification Number. Of course, there are other convenient avenues to continue making your search a pleasant and convenient one such as: Vehicle Type, Year, Make, Model, Title Type, All Title Types, Salvage Title, Clean Title or Non-Repairable.
You are also at leisure to search by locations and of course the sales date when applicable.
The “Salvage Title” is the automobile’s title with explicit explanations as to the damage the vehicle has sustained in excess of the 70% of its pre-accident market value. These are vehicles that are auctioned with a salvage title, with very little damage as a result of theft recovery. The salvage title applies when the insurance provider pays a loss claim on a vehicle and then sells the same vehicle at a local auction center.
The “Clean Title” usually refers to an automobile title that is free of any known leans and is not a salvage title vehicle. When an individual buys an automobile through regular loan payments with a bank or other financial institution, the automobile lists with a lien holder until paid in full. When the vehicle is marked paid in full to the satisfaction of the lien holder, a letter is delivered to the original buyer who may then take the information to the Department of Motor Vehicles to request a “clean title”.
The “Non-Repairable Vehicle” is a specific vehicle that must meet with registration criteria. This is a vehicle lacking in resale value as a whole entity, but is re-sold for parts and scrap metal. This may be a result of theft and ultimately stripping the vehicle clean, or it is a vehicle involved in a major fire.
Most often, the non-refundable vehicle will also be defined as a vehicle devoid of the bolts on sheet metal body panels, doors, hatches, major interior components, the grill, and light assemblies.
The “Sales Date” is often referred to as the date a vehicle is available for delivery and transport, which is the point all individuals look forward.