Accident Damaged Cars are one of the most common type of salvage vehicles available on the open market. These accident damaged cars are usually vehicles that have been taken over by insurance companies for reasons of not having to pay auto body companies from repairing damage that would cost more than the vehicle itself. The insurance companies would rather pay the owner the value of the vehicle that may be considerably less than having the vehicle repaired.
Once the car has been taken by the insurance company it is usually priced out to junk or salvage dealers who tend to either strip the cars and sell the parts or if the car is not damaged to far resale it to the public. Once the accident damaged car for sale is sold it still has a long way to go before it is able to be driven on the open road. When sold these vehicles are deemed un-driven by motor vehicle associations. The vehicles need to go through the process of being repaired and brought back up to standards that each country deems necessary.
Now the repairs are done and you feel that the repairs are all that you need. Well, the vehicle is still not ready for the open road. Meaning, you still will not be able to register the vehicle just yet. Now, you need to have the car inspected. You do not want to drive around a car that is unsafe. I know that I would not. The inspection should be done by an authorized inspection station of the state. This inspection station will tell you if the repairs are up to par. If the repairs are not then they will recommend what repairs are still needed and which are not. If no repairs are not needed then they will give you passing paper work that you take with you to a registration station. If they are still problems that have to be taken care of either the inspection station will take care of it or you will need to take it back to the place were you had the initial work done. Once completed go back and have a final inspection done. Now you are ready for registration.
Accident damaged cars for sale are great deals but you really need to know the process when bringing these cars back to life.