Salvage Vehicle Information Form. This is a New Jersey form and can be use in Motor Vehicle Commission Statewide.
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New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission P.O. Box 017 Trenton, NJ 08666-0017 STATE OF NEW JERSEY 1-888-486-3339 ext. 5063 (In state) 1-609-292-6500 ext. 5063 (Out-of-state) Salvage Vehicle Information This procedure will be followed after a New Jersey Salvage Certificate of Ownership is issued and you wish to have the vehicle repaired and subsequently inspected. If the salvage inspection is passed, and all requirements are met, the vehicle will be eligible to be converted to an operable salvage title. The inspection may take one hour. You may not observe the inspection. DO NOT bring children. Please follow the below check boxes as a guide and complete in the order listed below. If you have any questions, please visit our website at www.njmvc.gov or contact the above listed number. 1 Photographs before and after repairs are required. After the salvage title is issued the first step is to take color photographs of the vehicle. The photos must be clear and cannot cut off any portion of the vehicle. These photos must include the following: At least 1 photo of the entire front and left side of the vehicle (before and after repairs). At least 1 photo of the entire rear and right side of the vehicle (before and after repairs). Note: If repairs were started before pictures could be taken, a damage report from your insurance company is required. This report will substitute only for the before photos. 2 Bill of sale is required for each *major component part used in the reconstruction, rebuilding, or repair of the vehicle. Each bill of sale must include the name and address of the buyer and seller, the date of purchase, and the sale price of the part. Whether New or Used part must contain the following: If new parts are used, the bill of sale must contain a description of the part and the part number. If used parts are used, the bill of sale must contain the following: • • • • 3 A description of the part. The date the part was dismantled or removed. (if applicable) The name and address of the person or business that removed the part The year, make, model, and the vehicle identification number (VIN) from the vehicle the part was removed from. (If the VIN is not available, you must supply a statement from the seller as to why the VIN is not available) If used, *major component parts, the full and correct VIN from the vehicle(s) which parts were removed is required. All VIN must be listed on the back of this form. *Major component parts are defined as: Assembled items are defined as: Engine Each Quarter Panel Nose (fenders, hood, bumper, radiator support) Transmission/Transaxle Decklid, Tailgate, Hatchback Front Bumper Roof (Including T-Tops) Front clip (cowl, frame section, shock, and apron structure) Rear bumper Cowl Each Fender Rear clip (rear sheet metal, frame section, roof) Frame Hood or Engine Cover Shock Tower or Apron Short Clip (rear clip without roof) Each Door OS/SS-4 (R8/08) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Over 4 OS/SS-3 “Salvage Inspection Application” must be fully completed and returned to the below address, with a check or money order made payable to “NJMVC”. You may visit the below address in-person or you may submit the application and payment. Inspection fee for motorcycles: $100.00. Inspection fee for vehicles: $200.00. Check or money order ONLY. The inspection fee is non-refundable and expires in one (1) year. You may visit the below address, or send the application and fee to: NJ MVC - 225 E. State Street, P.O. Box 017, Trenton, NJ, 08666-0017 5 Call any inspection site to schedule your appointment. The inspection sites are listed on the Form OS/SS-3. They will try to schedule an appointment that is most convenient for you. However, if you are late or miss your scheduled appointment, your inspection and fee will be forfeited and you must re-apply for the inspection. The inspection fee is non-refundable and expires in one (1) year. 6 Fax a copy of your NJ Salvage Title, copy of OS/SS-3, and the lower portion of this form containing any vehicle identification numbers, to the inspection site you will be visiting. Fax numbers of the inspection sites are also located on the OS/SS-3 Form. 7 Bring the following documents to your inspection: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) The NJ Salvage Title issued in your name. Your copy of the OS/SS-3 attached to the unopened pink envelope. Bills of sale for each major component part used. Before and after color photographs (Damage report if no before photos) Work order showing all repairs made. VIN numbers of new and used parts, with detailed description of work performed on work order. If flood vehicle, a damage report from the insurance company is required. If theft recovery vehicle, a theft report is required from the law enforcement agency that recovered the stolen vehicle (NJAC 13:21-22.15(b)3). Component Parts Vehicle Identification Number (17‐Digits) Engine Transmission Frame LF Fender RF Fender Hood LF Door RF Door LR Door RR Door FR Bumper R Bumper L Quarter Panel R Quarter Panel Decklid/Hatchback Tailgate Cargo Box/Pkup Bed Truck Cab Body‐Car Air Bags Misc. OS/SS-4 (R8/08) American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com