What does the letter on car windshield means (Copart Auction) ? Usually it's S, R, D, N ...?

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probably R-Runs, D-Donated, N-Normal, D-Drives, S-Starts, but I'm not sure

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago
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    Donated & Normal are not what they stand for.

    R might mean Rebuilt title

    S might mean Salvage title (Not the same as rebuilt).

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    •AO - ALL OVER

    •BC - BIOHAZARDOUS/CHEMICAL

    •BE - BURN - ENGINE

    •BI - BURN - INTERIOR

    •BN - BURN

    •CC - CASH FOR CLUNKERS

    •DH - DAMAGE HISTORY

    •FD - FRAME DAMAGE REPORTED

    •FR - FRONT END

    •HL - HAIL

    •MC - MECHANICAL

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    •NW - NORMAL WEAR

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    •RJ - REJECTED REPAIR

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    •RR - REAR END

    •SD - SIDE

    •ST - STRIPPED

    •TP - TOP/ROOF

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    •UN - UNDERCARRIAGE

    •VI - MISSING/ALTERED VIN

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  • 4 years ago

    Copart Vehicle

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Thankyou! Extremely valuable information and it gives me better knowledge on this subject

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