Alla olevassa lainauksessa asia on mielestäni selitetty melko aukottomasti: Buying or Receiving a Vehicle with a Non-Repairable Certificate: From the eyes of someone with experience in vehicle titles; I come across people who buy vehicles that have non-repairable certificates, without having a true understanding of what the term mean and then some will buy the vehicle knowing full well that this type of vehicle isn't road worthy, but will try to slip through the cracks anyway and sell it to unauthorized buyers anyway. What do I mean? First, let me say that whenever a non-repairable certificate is present, no one can sell such a vehicle, unless the buyer is a demolisher, recycler or scrap processor of some sort. These types of individuals/businesses are only to use the vehicle for parts, scrap, or recycling purposes only. So if anyone other than the types stated above, buy a vehicle that has a non-repairable certificate then they are putting themselves in an unfortunate situation. Second, some people may try to sell or "flip" a non-repairable vehicle to a buyer who isn't savvy about non-repairable vehicles. The recipient, believes that they have a good deal and will try to get a title, only to face rejection. For example, I've advised clients who have bought vehicles (and I'm talking about late model vehicles that appeared to be in excellent condition) with non-repairable certificates, thinking that they were able to get a regular title for the vehicle and drive it without any problem at all. Unfortunately, I've had to relate the bad news to them that the vehicle that they have purchased is good for nothing but parts or scrap. At then end, money was lost and they had a vehicle that didn't do them any good. Videolla hieman otantaa tämän vuoden huurrikaaneista, eli jonkin verran saattaa taas tulla epämääräistä kalustoa myyntiin.