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Category N Vehicle, Stolen and Recovered?

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Can a category N vehicle technically be "RECORDED AS A CAT-N DUE TO IT BEEN STOLEN & RECOVERED AFTER THE INSURANCE PAYOUT"? I am planning on exporting the vehicle where category really does not matter as it does in the UK. What do you suggest?

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Depends what damage has been done do it whilst been stolen. Damaged ignition, stripped dash parts, damaged/crashed, smashed alloys, no keys and therefore uncertain if the engine runs, the list goes on.

Usually though if they are literally just stolen recovered with no damage, they're not written off.

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4 hours ago, Atmic King said:

Can a category N vehicle technically be "RECORDED AS A CAT-N DUE TO IT BEEN STOLEN & RECOVERED AFTER THE INSURANCE PAYOUT"? I am planning on exporting the vehicle where category really does not matter as it does in the UK. What do you suggest?

yes, a vehicle can be recorded many times during its life.

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What the op means is Can a Cat N vehicle be just a stolen, not an accident damaged car. 

In short yes it can. 

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