Why Buy a Car With a Clear Title?

Some salvage lots (a.k.a. junkyards) sell pre-owned vehicles that are still drivable. In many cases, these automobiles can be separated into two groups: those that have what is known as a “clear title”, and those that have what is called a “salvage title.” If you plan to buy a pre-owned vehicle from a salvage lot, it is important to know the difference between these types of car titles.

What is a Clear Title?

A clear title (a.k.a. clean title) indicates that there are no outstanding payments to be made on the vehicle. A clear title also indicates that the vehicle has never been reported as being heavily damaged or stolen. One of the easiest ways to ensure that an automobile has a clear title is to request a carfax report for the vehicle by visiting www.carfax.com and following the instructions.

What is a Salvage Title?

A salvage title indicates that the vehicle has been seriously damaged and/or assessed as a total financial loss by an insurance provider that paid an insurance claim for the automobile. Buying a used car that has a salvage title can be quite risky, as it could easily lack dependability due to the conditions that resulted in it being awarded a salvage title instead of a clear title.

Looking for Cars With Clear Titles?

If you are looking for used vehicles in Lubbock, TX, that have clear titles, Wrench-A-Part is the salvage lot where you should search for your next car. All of our used vehicles in Lubbock, TX, come with clear titles that give you greater confidence to buy and own the pre-owned automobile of your choice. Our pre-owned vehicles are carefully cleaned and inspected and ready to sell.

For more information about the inventory of our used vehicles in Lubbock, TX, visit our website and click on the “Location” tab at the top of the homepage, then select the “Lubbock” option from the drop down list. You can also contact us directly by calling (806) 748-5865. We look forward to helping you find a pre-owned vehicle with a clear title that meets your transportation needs!

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