Every car owner’s biggest fear is totaling their car. Just about any accident could result in your car being totaled. From a motorcycle crash to a T-bone, to improper wheel alignment, your car is a fragile machine that you need to take care of. Regular maintenance and repairs can help prevent your car from being totaled.
In this video, you will learn how to know if your car is totaled. An insurance company considers a totaled car when the cost of the repairs outweighs the actual value of the car. This is important because different damages require a greater cost than others. So, it’s a good idea to know the actual value of your car.
Of course, if you are in a car accident, you should worry about your health before worrying about your car. But, once it’s time to look at the damages done to your car, then you should worry about the status of it.
Be sure to work with a reliable mechanic that you trust. A trustworthy mechanic will be honest and let you know exactly how much the repairs will cost on your car. It’s also a smart idea to see multiple mechanics so you can do a cost analysis.