Salvage Vehicles

 
A Salvage Vehicle does not include a vehicle that qualifies as a collector's item, horseless carriage, or street rod vehicle under article 12 of this title at the time of damage.
 
A salvage vehicle is a vehicle damaged by collision, fire, flood, accident, trespass, or other occurrence, excluding hail damage, to the extent that the cost of repairing the vehicle to a roadworthy condition and for legal operation on the highways exceeds the vehicle’s retail fair market value immediately prior to such damage, as determined by the person who owns the vehicle at the time of such occurrence or by the insurer or other person acting on behalf of such owner.  [See C.R.S. 42-6-102(17)(a)(I)]
 
This shall include disclosure of the type of damage (excluding hail) resulting in salvage.
 
"Rebuilt from salvage " indicates the motor vehicle is now roadworthy as defined in section Colorado Revised Statute 42-6-102(15).
 
Information: Research Colorado Revised Statute 42-6-102 and 42-6-136.