A new version of the insurance industry’s Code of Practice for the Categorisation of Motor Vehicle Salvage has been published. This follows much-needed revisions to the Salvage Code – which was introduced in 2007 – to ensure that it is kept up to date with the increasing technical complexity of newer vehicles.

Central to the updated version is the reclassification of repairable salvaged vehicles, shifting focus from commercial considerations such as repair costs and Pre-Accident Value (PAV), to an assessment of the ‘structural’ and ‘non-structural’ damage to the vehicle.


Source: BVRLA News feed

A new version of the insurance industry’s Code of Practice for the Categorisation of Motor Vehicle Salvage has been published. This follows much-needed revisions to the Salvage Code – which was introduced in 2007 – to ensure that it is kept up to date with the increasing technical complexity of newer vehicles.

Central to the updated version is the reclassification of repairable salvaged vehicles, shifting focus from commercial considerations such as repair costs and Pre-Accident Value (PAV), to an assessment of the ‘structural’ and ‘non-structural’ damage to the vehicle.


BVRLA contributes to new salvage code
BVRLA contributes to new salvage code
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