The state of Missouri's and it's Salvage Cars03/27/2019
Several of thousands Missouri drivers could be driving cars that have been wrecked and totaled in previous accidents. A new and approved law that says if the automobile is more than six years old it doesn't have to be stamped as salvage. A week after that, there was a new law that says it would change the " - SB 369 -" assumed to receive a hearing in the state Senate Transportation, Infrastructure and the public safety committee. An executive director named Jason Lee stated that its not drivers fault, they should have a right to know what they're driving. Who knows how much it could cost to repair salvage cars, and how it would look on the car.
I think folks should know most cars are 80 percent or more damaged. It's deeply a warning when stuff like flooded cars are at risk. It's a labiality at this moment because the consumer bill becomes high. SB 369 would decline the age limit on salvage vehicles, so any car will always have salvage on it's record. Rivals say of the bill say
that customers can already get the right information with a title search of the automobile, and the change could impair pre-owned cars.
Levine, says after the hurricanes Harvey and Irma lots of vehicles that have been flooded were up for sale in different areas with salvage title rules. He also stated after there is a flood somewhere else in the untied states the last summer those vehicles were flown out to different states including Houston Texas, and sadly those cars had to go as well. Some of them are okay, but thee others should not probably be driven ever again. The state of Missouri proclaimed the state of emergency because it was flooded. There will definitely be salvage vehicle coming out of the state.
There are a lot of cons of a salvage title car. The first con is that you can't drive the vehicle because it's wrecked to the point of no return. It's wrecked on the inside and out, it becomes weak after it's becomes flooded (so that's why it's driven to another state to be repaired). You can't do that much with a salvage title car. You're better off going to a car dealership and purchasing a bucket. Some of the salvage title cars can be repaired, you just gotta put some money into them so it will work. They have many salvage vehicles online. You can actually purchase them online and fix them up beyond repair. You just gotta make sure that it's fixable, and you don't waste your time and your money on a car. The choice is up to you.