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Posted: April 06, 2012

Don't Want to Wait? Buy it Now!

Thousands of Vehicles Available For Immediate Purchase.



SALVAGE WORLD is pleased to announce an exciting new purchase option for our members: Buy It Now!

After the success of our multi-month pilot, sellers can now enable a Buy It Now purchase option on their lots.

Beginning today, April 2, when you see a vehicle you must have, check whether it has a Buy It Now button and price. When it does, simply click the Buy It Now button to immediately purchase the lot before it goes to live auction.

In addition, every lot enabled with Buy It Now includes a Make Offer button. With Make Offer, members can submit a binding offer to a seller. Sellers can accept your offer, decline your offer, or send you a counter.

We are thrilled to launch this new feature today. We are focused on improving your buying experience and ensuring a lot you’ve had your eye on becomes yours!



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so you know what you are bidding on

SALVAGE WORLD AUCTIONS is committed to providing the best images for every unit in auction so you can carefully evaluate each item. In fact, we generally have more images than our competitors. And, we put our technicians through rigorous training so images are as clear and useful as possible.

If you don't have a salvage or dealer's license, you can STILL BID! Find out more HERE.

The bottom line? We want you to be sure before you bid. And, it's all about the bid!  When you're in the business of rebuilding vehicles it's critical to understand how much damage exists on the unit.

We do everything we can to help you: We clean and photograph every unit within hours of intake; we locate keys for nearly all units we process; we offer optional, specialized packaging options to protect items to your specifications.

We just want to be sure you get what you expect. We pride ourselves onno surprises.

If you ever have a conflict or trouble, we have customer service experts ready to help. We answer the phones when you call!  WE HAVE A NEW PHONE SYSTEM STATE OF THE ART, SOON WE WILL HAVE A 24 HOUR SERVICE FOR OUR GLOBAL CUSTOMER BASE.


Our inventory comes from all over the United States and Canada. We can help transport a purchased vehicle to your location. Our helpful and dedicated staff is trained to answer any question and will go out of their way to help you.

Check out these features:

  • We are your nationwide parts locator - search our inventory from anywhere and take advantage of our quick fulfillment
  • We have an aggressive KEY department so nearly every vehicle has a key
  • We offer a variety of packaging options to protect your investment
  • Titles are never a problem! Our in-house titling staff can cut days off normal title delays


Auto salvage news
Posted: April 06, 2012
Florida, Utah Recycler Groups Praise Auto Salvage Legislation
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Lawmakers across the US are paying attention to the issues surrounding surround salvage vehicle purchasing and scrap metal industry, and are taking steps to make it more difficult for these salvage vehicles to fall into the wrong hands. During the 2012 legislative season both Utah and Florida have recently passed legislation, moves that have been praised by the states' industry groups.

DOJ Releases NMVTIS Penalty Decision Considerations

The Department of Justice has published enforcement information regarding how the NMVTIS penalty decision process will work. Under the NMVTIS regulations, failure to report junk, salvage and total loss vehicles as required may result in assessment of a civil penalty of $1,000 per violation. The Department has previously indicated that "DOJ is not obligated to perform a site visit or provide additional time to provide data or correct reporting deficiency before imposing any penalty."

Customer Service- It's What We Do

We’ve all been on the receiving end of customer service. Whether you’re being served a meal or accessing a high-tech business tool, being treated with respect and having your needs met by the person delivering your service is ultimately the biggest factor in your satisfaction with that company. No matter how great the product, if your customer service representative isn’t knowledgeable, helpful, and friendly, you likely won’t use their service again if you have a choice.

DOJ Targets Non-Reporting Businesses with Compliance Mailing

DOJ mailing

Last week, the Department of Justice mailed out thousands of letters to business owners who are not yet compliant with the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) salvage reporting requirements. The letter makes clear that all businesses handling five or more junk or salvage vehicles per year must reported specific information about those vehicles to the national database, and enforcement is ongoing .

Uncle Sam Wants YOU to Report to NMVTIS

Uncle Sam

If you aren’t reporting your junk, salvage, and total loss vehicles to the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System, you may be setting yourself up for a visit from Uncle Sam. The federal requirement, which went into effect on March 2009, calls for any entity who owns, possesses, handles, directs or controls five or more junk or salvage vehicles per year to report to NMVTIS.

Higher metal prices means more stolen cars showing up at salvage yards

When metal prices go up, auto recyclers should be on the lookout for thieves looking to sell stolen vehicles for some quick cash. News reports from California to Illinois to Tennessee indicate that the rise in domestic scrap prices has led to an increase in auto theft-- especially of disabled or abandoned vehicles on side of highways and interstates.

DOJ Releases Enforcement Information

The Department of Justice has published information on its enforcement activities for the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS), the national database containing information on US vehicles. Since 2009, businesses that deal in junk, salvage or total loss vehicles have been required to report information on those vehicles to the national database. NMVTIS information is available to states, law enforcement and the public.

Junkyard Petting Zoo at Upper Midwest Auto & Truck Recyclers Convention

In a fun contest at the 2011 Upper Midwest Auto & Truck Recyclers Convention and Trade Show, participants made animal sculptures out of car parts. The “animals” were on display in pens, and attendees voted for their favorites.

You don’t have to be able to predict the future to report to NMVTIS

Regulations for the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) reporting say that businesses dealing in five or more junk, salvage or total loss vehicles per year have to report all of the junk and salvage vehicles they handle. Junk and salvage vehicles are inoperable vehicles, total losses, wrecks, parts cars, rebuilders or the like (read full definitions of junk and salvage).

To Report, or Not to Report?

Here at Auto Data Direct, we get many questions from companies affected by the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) regulations. One of the most common is about what to report. Do you report every vehicle you handle? Only those with salvage titles? What about cars that are in good running condition, save the fact that they’re 15 years old and may be a little worse for wear? The answer depends on who is reporting the vehicle.

We sell cars for cash and We transport them for you
Posted: May 05, 2011

New Towing Partners of salvage world are and for exportation of vehicles. Salvage World is going to partner up with a few online sites shortly for national rates. New web site coming soon.

Our Remarketing Division is your resource to earn revenue and save space. Salvage World combines live and live-online bidding into one auction selling to buyers from more than 100 countries. We take care of everything, and you get the cash!
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Salvage and Insurance Auctions World Wide
Posted: April 13, 2011

All You Want To Know About Salvage Auto Auction To start with, if you are wondering what exactly is meant by a ‘salvage car’, think about the car that you lost or that got stolen. Ever wondered what might have happened to it after that? Well chances are that they got sold away as ‘salvage cars’. These are also vehicles belonging to companies like insurance companies that often buy used cars for selling them at profits. Here is a list of considerations you might take into account before making a salvage car purchase: The Background of the vehicle

1. In most of the cases vehicles auctioned by the auto insurance companies, i.e. salvage cars are the ones that were reported as damaged, lost or stolen. In case of certain cars the owner gets the insurance money, and if the vehicle is recovered later, the insurance company gets to sell it away to recover some of the money paid to the owner. The salvage car auction

2. One of the common ways of salvage car purchase is by auction. Dealers are the ones who conduct these car auctions, where cars from the insurance companies are auctioned. Often at the salvage auctions, the auction holder or the dealer first purchases these insurance company cars at much lower rates to finally sell them away to the general public at profits. The bidders at these auctions usually consist of car dealers and enthusiasts, besides others, hoping to buy inexpensive cars. Junkyards and salvage yards

3. These are other places to buy salvage cars. Many a times it is seen that after a car has been recovered after say a theft and it is not in a position to be repaired well enough for a profitable sale. These are the cars that have very little scrap value. Such cars are usually sold at junkyards in parts instead of a complete whole. Title of the car in case of salvage car USA and other countries

4. When you buy a salvage car, it does not necessarily imply that you get the rightful title of the car with it too. This does not mean that buying a salvage car is illegal, but it does mean that you have to make an extra effort to secure a guarantee of the rightful title. In case of most states, a sales receipt copy along with the VIN number of the vehicle is needed to ensure that the owner gets a legitimate title. So check these factors to secure the rightful legal ownership of your vehicle. Buyer Warning

5. There is no guarantee at all that the story you were told about the salvage car was true, and you can thus never anticipate its future performance accordingly. For instance, you might have been told a story about how the car just managed to sustain a minor damage by water, when actually the car had been caught in severe flood. The ‘small electrical’ problems that you were warned about might just actually mean that it requires a complete change in the electrical system. Thus, get your car thoroughly examined.


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