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Re: total loss or fixable?

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Posted by tonyb on August 03, 2001 at 06:36:56:

In Reply to: total loss or fixable? posted by R. White on August 03, 2001 at 05:24:59:

: What is the criteria for determining if a car is "totalled" Is there a fixed percentage of cash value? The first estimate on my 2001 Sebring is $13,000, and there will be supplimental estimates. I know that this car will never be the same. How do I assert my right to have it replaced?

: A total loss is determined when the estimated cost of repairs exceeds the value of the vehicle. To make a claim for total loss: documentation of the full cost of repairs estimated, salvage value and market value of the vehicle are necessary items. Claim filing and adjusting information is at:


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