The Salvage query fetches information for vehicles that are normally invisible to auction queries. Known as rebuilt title salvage, these vehicles are offered directly by insurers without going through an auction, the so-called direct transfer.
The Salvados query seeks information on vehicles recovered from crashes (salvages), acceptance and insurance appointments, and remarketing (vehicles offered directly by finance companies, rental companies, and insurance companies without auction registration).
If any of this information exists, it will be reported which of the topics are present in the vehicle, and below, a vehicle score will be generated, as shown.
Soon after defining the vehicle score, statistics will be pointed out that measure the probability of the vehicle being accepted in the insurance market, the percentage of file acceptance, and the need for inspection, in view of what happened that the vehicle was involved in its past. See an example:
In cases of remarketing appointment, information will be detailed, such as: who organized it, date, seller, and checklist/survey with vehicle data at the time of entry.
Right, but now you can ask yourself: In the insurance acceptance part (acceptance, FIPE percentage, and inspection probability), is there a difference between this information and the information displayed on the Insurance Radar?
The information is not the same because it is from different databases. The insurance companies’ databases have other information. Because of this variation, the answer will have a high possibility of not being the same.