Section 32-8-87, Code of Alabama 1975, requires you to have a master dealer regulatory license to apply for a rebuilt inspection. Licensed motor vehicle dealers are required to become designated agents of the Department. Designated agents are required to utilize the department’s online title system to generate and submit title
As owner of the vehicle prior to salvage in accordance with Section 32-8-87(k)(3), Code of Alabama 1975, you may apply for rebuilt inspection by submitting the following: o An application for rebuilt inspection (INV 26-15) o The current salvage certificate of title; o All bills of sale for component parts
You can find the application package for either a “Licensed Rebuilder” or “Owner Retention” by visiting: Rebuilt Salvage Vehicle Information
Yes, in accordance with Section 32-8-87(p), Code of Alabama 1975, you may sell a salvage or rebuilt vehicle as long as you provide a disclosure to the buyer in no smaller than 10-point type that, “This vehicle’s title contains the designation salvage or rebuilt.”
No, Alabama law will not allow a salvage title to be issued once a current salvage title already exists. Ownership is transferred using the assignments on the back of the title in addition to a bill of sale.
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
No, the application must be received and processed first prior to having an inspection scheduled and completed. You will then have to wait until the inspector contacts you for an inspection.
Inspections are scheduled by the Motor Vehicle Inspector once your application is processed. The inspector will contact you for inspection once the request for inspection has been received.