Q: What formula is used to determine if a vehicle is a total loss in Texas?

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Insurance companies will determine that your car is totaled if the cost of the damage approaches or exceeds the car

If the repairs of the vehicle exceed the value of the vehicle, then the vehicle is declared total loss.

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Typically the value is 20% of the vehicle's value without salvage.

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As of 2013, the best way to determine if the department of motor vehicles has issued a salvage title for a vehicle is on the title it will state that it is a salvage title. A salvage title is a note that states that the vehicle has been damaged or deemed a total loss.

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