Wyoming carries forward brands on titles from other states.
Any motor vehicle which sustains damage in an amount exceeding 75% of its actual retail value, along with a Wyoming Application for Title (PDF), a letter from the insurance company stating the damage, will receive a Wyoming certificate of title branded "Salvage". Note: a Title fee is required - Refer to fee schedule (PDF).
This does not apply to vehicles with more than eight years of service or commercial vehicles with a gross vehicle weight exceeding 26,000 pounds.
The owner of a motor vehicle for which a Wyoming certificate of title branded salvage has been issued, may apply for a Rebuilt Salvage Vehicle Decal and will need:
A copy of the original certificate of title branded "Salvage."
Name and address of the person who repaired or rebuilt the vehicle.
Affirmation that the information is complete and accurate and, no stolen parts were used during the rebuilding.
When the department mails you a form and rebuilt decal, then you must affix the decal as stated in the certificate, and have a Wyoming law enforcement officer inspect the vehicle and decal. By presenting this form, the original Certificate of Title branded "Salvage", a Wyoming Certificate of Title branded "Rebuilt" shall be issued to the owner. Note: a Title fee is required - Refer to fee schedule (PDF).