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Buying Totaled Cars Fort Morgan CO

Damaged and totaled cars can be great opportunities for a cheap car. Many wrecked or storm damaged vehicles become salvage vehicles that have been written off by insurance companies. Many are repairable and can make good project cars.

Rocky Mountain Recycling
(303) 288-6868
4431 East 64th Avenue
Commerce City, CO

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iRecycleHere
(303) 781-1089
1865 W. Union Ave. Unit U
Sheridan, CO
We collect
Computers, Monitors, Printers, Copiers, Fax Machines, Cell Phones, Net Cable, Computer Parts (hard drives, mother boards, memory), Network Devices (routers, switches, hubs, firewalls, modems), Consumer Batteries (cell phone, cordless phone, shaver, laptop), Common Batteries (AA, AAA , 9-volt etc.), Business Batteries (laptop, UPS power backups), Televisions
Recycling Fee
$.20 per pound
E-waste Pickup
We will pick up ewaste.
Pickup Fee: $.20 per pound
Hours
Monday: 9am to 5pm
Tuesday: 9am to 5pm
Wednesday: 9am to 5pm
Thursday: 9am to 5pm
Friday: 9am to 5pm

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Executive Recycling, Inc.
(303) 781-4431
3245 S Platte River Drive
Englewood, CO

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WM Recycle America - Grand Junction
(970) 243-4345
2948 I-70 Business Loop
Grand Junction, CO

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Clear Creek County Transfer Station and Recycling Center
(303) 567-0512
1531 Soda Creek Road
Idaho Springs, CO

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Boulder County HHW Facility
(303) 441-4800
5880 Butte Mill Road
Boulder , CO

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Eco-Cycle, Inc.
(303) 444-6634
5030 Pearl Street
Boulder, CO

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GRX- Colorado Springs
(719) 325-6673
Ryan McClure,2780 Delta Drive
Colorado Springs, CO

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WM Recycle America - Colorado Springs
(719) 633-0955
80 East Chambers Street
Colorado Springs, CO

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Goldsmith Recycling Group
(719) 574-2151
6660 Delmonico Drive, D-150
Colorado Springs, CO

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Buying Totaled Cars

Along with hurricanes, floods, hail, and tornadoes come destroyed and damaged cars, trucks, and other vehicles. Some are new cars that have been damaged or flooded while sitting on dealer lots. Others are used cars owned by individuals, dealers, and businesses.

Many of these vehicles have been totaled – written off as total losses – by insurance companies. These become "salvage" vehicles.

Flood damaged cars or weather damaged cars are often written off – "totaled" – by insurance companies as complete losses which, in effect, invalidates the titles since the vehicles don't legally exist any longer. However, since many of these vehicles are actually repairable and can be reasonably cleaned up, they can return to life as rebuilt salvage vehicles.

Salvage vehicles are sold at to rebuilders and the public at .

Salvage cars and flood damaged cars can, at the same time, be both great opportunities or great problems. Rebuilding salvage vehicles can be a rewarding endeavor, or even become a profitable business. However, if you're simply in the market for a good used car and are unknowingly sold a vehicle with hidden damage, you will be very disappointed, to say the least.

Damaged and salvage vehicles also make good project cars.

What's a salvage title?
Salvage cars are those that have been damaged or totaled, paid off (and therefore purchased) by insurance firms, who then can sell these cars t...

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