Florida Dealer School

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Rebuilt Vehicles (Salvage)
Insurance companies have the authority to declare a vehicle a "total loss," but are subject to regulation by the Florida Department of Insurance. If your insurance company has determined that your vehicle is a "total loss" or the word "Salvage" has been stamped on the title, it is illegal to operate this vehicle on any highway in Florida. Technically, the registration in this vehicle has been canceled. You must have removed the license plates from your vehicle. The DMV is aware of the state of the vehicle, since your insurance company has sent us a copy of the sealed title "Salvage". The record and plates of the recovered vehicle can be transferred to another vehicle. If you rebuild the recovered vehicle (certificates of destruction can not be rebuilt), you must re-title the vehicle. The vehicle can not, however, be re-titled until a rebuilt inspection happens, which we will provide for you! Contact us to start our simple process.

* Private / individual inspection requirements *
What you need:

1- Copy of owner’s driver license.
2- Certificate of Title.
3- Bill of Sale if title is not transferred.
4- Photos of vehicle front, sides, back, and inside before repairs. Estimate of Record from the insurance company can complement damage assessment.
5- Receipts for major component parts replaced; must be under name of owner or repair shop.
6- Bodyshop work order receipt, if applicable.
7- Power of Attorney if inspection documents are being signed by a different person.

* NOTE: Major component parts defined as: For motor vehicles other than motorcycles, any fender, hood, bumper, cowl assembly, rear quarter panels, trunk lid, door, deck lid, floor pan, engine, frame, transmission, catalytic converter and air bags. 

* Dealer inspection requirements *
What you need:

1-Name of dealer.
2-Dealer license number (VI) of the dealer.
3-FEIN (Federal Employer Identification Number).
4-Re-sale tax number.
5-Certificate of Title.
6-Bill of Sale if title is not transferred.
7-Photos of vehicle front, sides, back, and inside before repairs.
8-Receipts for major component parts replaced; must be under name of dealer or repair shop.
9-Bodyshop work order receipt, if applicable.

* NOTE: Major component parts defined as: For motor vehicles other than motorcycles, any fender, hood, bumper, cowl assembly, rear quarter panels, trunk lid, door, deck lid, floor pan, engine, frame, transmission, catalytic converter and air bags.