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Re: Requesting Guidance from a Car Insurance agent
> I have Geico Insurance in NH. When I mentioned Salvage they refused to
> even quote it, never mind consider it for insurance. Luckily, I didn't
> mention my policy number or name... I was slightly thinking ahead :-)
> When I called Progressive Insurance, for those of you who don't know their
> history. They made their money insuring high risk people at sky high
> prices, in states that required insurance.... I went through 3 people
> before I got to the supervisor who put me on hold...... for 32 minutes,
> before I hung up... I'm guessing nobody knew what to do and they where
> hoping I went away... :-) It Worked.
> Question: Do insurance companies do Title searches ?
> I basicly do insurance over the phone, provide them with the VIN and some
> basic info and wallah.. insured...
> Another lister mentioned State Farm didn't care, they'll be next call on
> > Funny that you should ask. Every Audi except one that I have owned (and
> > a few other marques) has been a salvage vehicle. After you have fixed
> > the car, had it inspected, and are issued a "rebuilt salvage" title (or
> > a regular title, depends on what state you are in), the car is just like
> > any other car on the road. The salvage title "branding" is merely for
> > the protection of the consumer that has no idea how to tell if a car has
> > been wrecked before. If you are comfortable with a rebuilt car (I
> > personally am), then it is no issue. Insurance companies do not care.
> > Banks and other loan institutions do not care. Bureaus of motor vehicles
> > do not care once it is inspected. HTH.
> > harrison
> > Mike Larosa wrote:
> > > Here's the scoop...
> > >
I know Farmers Insurance does some sort of search on cars. When I
insured my 89 200TQ I gave the the incorrect VIN Number. They called
and said it was not correct so I gave them the correct one which went
on Farmers computer system. I live in Washington but the car was in the
name of someone other than myself who lives in CA.