Who much would a savage title on a 2004 Chevy sliverado cost to a 16 yearold for insurance

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Asked by Jan 27, 2016 at 11:23 PM about the 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT Ext Cab Long Bed 2WD

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Any vehicle is going to be very expensive for a 16 year old to insure. If you're only planning on carrying liability insurance the title status shouldn't matter. On a 12 year old truck with a salvage title I wouldn't bother putting full coverage on it. Unless it's financed. Do you know why it has a salvage title? If not run a vehicle history report such as Carfax. If this truck was do to a flood or smashed to smitheries you'd probably be better off not buying it. Water gets into everything and with the electronics in modern vehicles you may have endless trouble with it. Same is true if it was in a bad accident. Someone may have bought it, thrown it back together, and is now trying to make a fast buck on an unsuspecting young person. Personally, if you were my Son or Daughter, I'd rather see you get another truck without a "jaded" past. HTH. -Jim

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It has a dent on the side other then that it's says it runs and drive like new just got in to a new accident

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I'd suggest looking at the vehicle's history report to see how badly it was hit in the past and how long ago. If you see that it was totalled a while ago and the same person has had it for several years it might be ok (emphasis on might). But if you see it was totalled then from that point on multiple owners, don't buy it. Multiple owners are a red flag. Especially after a total loss accident! HTH. -Jim

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It was only owned by one and I don't know if this site if real or not it's salvagebid.Com @js08016

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Have you seen the vehicle history report? How long ago was it totalled? -Jim

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