Car, Truck, Motorcycle, and Trailer Appraisals in the Charlote NC area
We help you buy a used or classic vehicle with confidence.
A certified agent conducts an in depth inspection of your vehicle and creates a 10 page report that includes:
Vehicle condition and trouble areas
Paint gauge readings to find repaint and body filler
53 point in depth inspection
50-100 detailed photographs of the vehicle's condition
Inspect title, registration. and other documentation
Operation and test ride
Originality and decoding of identify numbers (optional)
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (DOT) may require some vehicles to initiate a new title. For example, on a custom built vehicle, when the original title is lost, when a vehicle is brought into NC without proper documentation.
We specialize in DOT initial title appraisals. Part of our service is guiding you through the complex initial titling process. We have a relationship with another appraisal company, that allows us to arrange the required second appraisal for you at a discount.
DOT Initial Title
Help family members determine the fair market value of a vehicle to ensure equitable distribution of property
We meet the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) standards that courts demand
We can provide expert witness testimony to support our appraisal.
Estate, Divorce, Bankruptcy
It is important to have independent documentation for the condition and value of your collectible auto when negotiating its insurance policy coverage.
We meet the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) that the courts demand.
Your lender may request an independent appraisal to establish the value of your vehicle.
We meet the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) that lenders demand.
At your request, we can send the appraisal report directly to you or your lender.
Bank Loan Value
Our appraisal report establishes the tax deduction value of a vehicle donated to a not-for-profit charity.
We meet the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) that the IRS demands.
We can point you toward charities who accept vehicle donations.