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May I apply for an inspection to a vehicle rebuilt in another state?

No, these brands indicate the motor vehicle cannot be rebuilt and are basically only good for selling the parts.

No, these brands indicate the motor vehicle cannot be rebuilt and are basically only good for selling the parts.
Related FAQs in General - Vehicle Inspections, Salvage vehicles and rebult vehicle inspections
A salvage vehicle (total loss) occurs when an insurance company or any other person pays or makes other monetary settlement to a person when a vehicle is damaged and the damage to the vehicle is greater than or equal to 75 percent of the fair retail value of the vehicle prior to damage as set forth in a current edition of a nationally recognized compilation of retail values, including automated data bases.
No, these brands indicate the motor vehicle cannot be rebuilt and are basically only good for selling the parts.
Yes, Section 32-8-87(k), Code of Alabama 1975, requires every salvage vehicle to be restored in this state to its operating condition which existed prior to the event which caused the salvage certificate of title to issue.
You may track the status of your application by visiting https://etaps.mvtrip.alabama.gov/StatusInquiry/TitleStatus.aspx.
No, these brands indicate the motor vehicle cannot be rebuilt and are basically only good for selling the parts.
A salvage vehicle cannot be registered or operated on the highways or other public places of this state until a rebuilt title has been issued for the vehicle.