ACTION ALERT: We Need Your Help!

Jun 12, 2014




Dear Recycler,

Although we lost the battle in the Senate and House on Senate Bill 754 (Certificate of Title), it is not to late to defeat this legislation.  Today, Friday, June 13, 2014, the Governor was presented with Senate Bill 754.  The time to ACT is NOW.  Please take the time to ask the Governor to VETO the Bill.  Attached is a Sample Letter that you can use. Please Copy, Paste, Personalize and Physically Mail and also email a letter to the Governor.  Get as many people to do the same. It is up to us to have this Bill vetoed, otherwise it will become Law.

Also, please use social media to share on all of your social sites.

Below is the contact information from the Governor’s Office


Office of Governor Rick Scott

State of Florida

The Capitol

400 S. Monroe St.

Tallahassee, FL 32399-0001


Please download the Sample Letter, personalize and send!

Or, copy and past the letter below and personalize.


June 13, 2014

To the Honorable Governor Richard Scott,

The Certificate of Title Bill, SB 754, passed both the House and Senate during the 2014 Florida Legislative Session. I strongly oppose this legislation and ask you to veto it.

This bill would weaken the current law, which has been in place for more than 25 years. The current law requires vehicles that have been severely damaged to be branded “un-rebuildable” and obtain a Certificate of Destruction (CD) if the cost of repairing the vehicle is 80% or more of its retail market value.

My business and employees will be affected in a negative manner if you sign this into law. Higher salvage prices for the vehicles will reduce the number of vehicles I can afford to purchase, which will reduce my labor force, sales, and income.

Rebuildable Vehicles don’t receive any type of safety inspection, only a paper and visual inspection for theft prevention.

The Florida Panhandle recently had severe flooding. Many of these FLOOD VEHICLES could receive the rebuildable brand under this bill. The citizens need to be protected from purchasing a flood vehicle because of the electrical problems they will have.

I feel this is a bad bill pushed by companies seeking a financial windfall and poses a real threat to public safety. There are no benefits to the citizens of Florida. 

Please VETO this Bill.


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