FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Rehicle
2. How do you consign auto parts?
A vehicle is "processed", or broken down into its most sellable parts as a service for the owner. There is a one time fee that goes to a mechanic for this service. Rehicle's unique process takes your vehicle and adds the hundreds of auto parts from your vehicle into our many marketing channels, including the some of the same sources that mechanics and auto-body shops search to find quality recycled parts nation wide!
3. How does a consignor get paid?
4. Is Rehicle Insured?
Rehicle is fully insured and bonded to protect our clients inventory while in our possession. From vehicle to vehicle, we track each step of the process to mitigate risk and provide visibility to both consignor and purchaser.
5. Who pays for shipping?
Rehicle handles all packaging, shipping and distribution of parts on behalf of our consignors.
6. Do you Consign Auto Sales?
Rehicle is comprised of two separate and fully insured companies, Rehicle, LLC (for Auto Sales), and Rehicle Auto Parts, LLC.