Does Farmers insurance cover a rebuilt title?

One of my vehicles had a salvage title but I fixed it up and now it has a rebuilt title. My other cars are covered by Farmers insurance, will they cover a vehicle with a rebuilt title?

Mary Cahill · Answered on Jan 19, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Wow sounds like quite a project! Luckily, Farmers insurance does cover a rebuilt title.
A rebuilt title is given to a vehicle that was once declared a total loss and previously held a salvage title. When a vehicle has a salvage title it’s not legal to drive.
Once a salvaged vehicle is fully repaired and passes an inspection, it’s eligible for a rebuilt title—which makes it street-legal again. Vehicles with rebuilt titles have a lower market value because of the damage they sustained, but they’re still eligible for car insurance just like any other typical car.
You can purchase your rebuilt title coverage from Farmers, but it’s not the only option! Make sure you’re finding the most affordable coverage for you and your car by comparing car insurance quotes online. Compare at least three to five to start!
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