A write-off is a term used to describe a vehicle that has sustained damage to the extent that the insurance company has deemed it a total loss.
While these cars may have been repaired and returned to the road, underlying serious issues could compromise their safety and performance. Whether you’re searching for your next car or your current vehicle has recently been written off, Motorscan is here to provide you with all the information you need, including the role played by the Motor Insurers Anti-Fraud and Theft Register (MIAFTR).
You have a crash and your insurance company declare your beloved car a write-off, what are your options now? We take a look into what it all really means and the options available to you. A car write-off may not necessarily mean saying goodbye for your car forever.
When your car is declared a write off it can feel overwhelming, but understanding the process can help put you remind at ease and give you more options than you initially thought. We look at the common questions you may have and provide the answers you may be looking for.
Buying a car can be expensive and if you know what to look for considering a car that has been written off by an insurance company can be a great way to save money. We have broken down the top 5 things we think you should know about before buying a written-off car so you can buy with confidence.