Can you insure a car with a salvage title in SC?
No, you cannot insure a car with a salvage title in South Carolina. Salvage vehicles are cars that have been declared a total loss, meaning they’re too damaged to be worth repairing and cannot be driven legally. As a result, no legitimate car insurance company writes policies for them.
What does a rebuilt title mean in South Carolina?
( ) ‘Salvage Rebuilt’ means a brand added to a vehicle’s title by the department to designate a vehicle with a salvage brand that has been transferred to a new owner who has repaired the vehicle pursuant to Section 56-19-485(B).
Can you get full coverage on a rebuilt title in SC?
Yes, you can get full coverage on a rebuilt title. Insurance companies may be hesitant to offer full coverage to rebuilt-titled vehicles, though, because premiums for key parts of full coverage policies are based on the actual cash value of a vehicle, which can be difficult to determine for rebuilt cars.