I am very surprised that you only had PLPD insurance on a vehicle with a loan balance, since most lenders require full collision coverage as part of the loan agreement. You may actually be in default of your loan agreement by failing to maintain full coverage. Either way, the lender still has a lien on the vehicle for the outstanding balance of the loan. The title will not be clear until the loan is paid off.
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First, I agree with the above answer that you may be in default of your lender agreement by not having full coverage on your vehicle. You can sell the car, but you will remain obligated for the remainder of the loan. So if you do sell it, you should try to get either the price of the loan balance or negotiate a deal where the buyer assumes the loan. However, with a totaled vehicle, chances of receiving either is slim.
You need to keep paying your loan though.
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