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Salvage Car Auctions and Insurance Auctions Terre Haute IN

Read on to learn how to find cheap salvage and totaled cars being sold at auction by insurance companies. Learn about salvage auctions, insurance auctions, and buying theft-recovered vehicles. Find great project cars for sale and totaled cars for sale.

Wolfes Auto Auction
(812) 238-1431
1717 E Margaret Dr
Terre Haute, IN
 
Performance Diesel
(260) 347-2554
901 W North St
Kendallville, IN
 
Marion County Auction Llc
(317) 248-0100
1347 S Moreland Ave
Indianapolis, IN
 
Wolfes South Bend Auto Auction
(574) 289-7767
25784 State Road 2
South Bend, IN
 
Wolfes Auto Auction
(812) 425-4576
2229 S Kentucky Ave
Evansville, IN
 
Insurance Auto Auctions
(877) 550-1262
25631 State Road 2
South Bend, IN
 
Dyer Auto Auction Inc
(219) 865-2361
641 Joliet St
Dyer, IN
 
Austin Public Auto Auction
(812) 794-2588
555 York Rd
Austin, IN
 
Auto Dealers Exchange
(317) 352-0121
8635 Brookville Rd
Indianapolis, IN
 
Qcsa Auto Auction
(219) 932-0355
1849 Summer St
Hammond, IN
 

Salvage Car Auctions and Insurance Auctions

Auto insurance companies buy and sell cars? It's true. However the cars are those that have been wrecked, weather damaged, or stolen, meaning that the insured owners of those vehicles have been paid by the insurance company after the vehicles have been declared total losses (totaled). The company attempts to recover some of its money by selling the vehicles, usually at salvage auction through an insurance salvage auction company.

Bargains at salvage auctions
It is possible to find outstanding bargains and relatively cheap cars by knowing how insurance salvage auctions work and where to find them. In many cases the cars are in great shape and need little or no repairs. Salvage and totaled cars can often make great project cars.

Examples
A large
car dealer in Texas had most of his new cars partially under water during a recent flood. The dealer's insurance company decided to declare all of the cars as total losses and paid the dealer. The insurance company then became the owner of the cars, some with major water damage and some with almost no damage. The company will sell the cars at auction with salvage titles. Smart buyers can pick up the cars, often at bargain prices, and repair them to resell or drive as their personal cars.

Another example: An insurance company's customer had his new car stolen. The police were unsuccessful in locating the vehicle. The insurance company paid the customer the cash value of the car. A few months later,...

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