What Is a Rebuilt Title in Texas?

by Robert ShaftoeUpdated August 06, 2023
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In Texas, titles are issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles. A rebuilt title was previously a salvage title, meaning that the car was not roadworthy, due to being involved in a wreck or flood. Rebuilt titles indicate that the car passes all state-mandated safety and anti-theft inspections. To obtain a rebuilt title on a salvage branded car, you must complete an Application of Texas Certificate of Title and submit it to your county tax assessor's office. You must also provide proof of ownership, a rebuilt affidavit, vehicle inspection documents and proof of insurance, and pay the rebuilt title fee.

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