Sell Accident Car Blog

Sell Car Accident Car

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Most people are not aware that you can sell an accident car without repairing it. What happens is they wind up taking a neutral position in the process, the insurance adjuster takes charge and tells them they have to fix the vehicle. Most people then focus on finding a body shop that will do the work for the amount that the insurance company is paying for to avoid paying their deductible, never realizing that your accident car can be sold "as-is". WOW! They could have kept the repair check and applied it to a new vehicle and sold that wreck for top dollar. Selling an accident car is easier than you think! You don't have to move it, all you need are a few pictures, the VIN (vehicle identification number), the miles and a few minutes of your time and you can get a buy now price for your accident car, where it sits. DamageMAX makes selling your accident car easy – all you need to do is make a single phone call.

So if you have just been in an auto accident and you have a damaged vehicle to sell, DamageMAX can make it fast, safe and easy. is the leading buyer of damaged, broken and inoperable vehicles in the Continental United States, DamageMAX will beat all competitors written offers including CarMax. So call (888) 629-2137 or visit for an immediate cash offer on your accident car.

Thanks for thinking!

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