Richmond Auto Appraisers specializes in Diminished Value Appraisals, Total Loss Appraisals, GAP Insurance Appraisals, Insurance Policy Appraisals, Presumptive Value Appraisals, Pre-Purchase Inspections, Bank Auto Loan Appraisals, Muscle Car Appraisals, Classic Car Appraisals, Auto Accident Reconstruction, Third Party Appraisals, Actual Cash Value Appraisals, Fair Market Value Appraisals, Construction, Earthmoving and Heavy Equipment Inspection & Appraisals, Auto Accidents, Bonded Title Appraisals, Surety Bonds, Fleet Management, Lemon Law Assistance, Automotive Legal Services, Expert Witness and Testimony, Arbitration / Mediation Services, Personal Injury Attorney Assistance, Mechanics Lien / Documentation Support, Post Repair Inspections / Pre-Warranty Inspections, Extended Auto Warranties, and Vehicle Service Contracts.
Richmond Auto Appraisers provides Certified Auto Appraisals and Property Damage Estimates on New/Used Cars & Trucks, Classic, Collectible & Special Interest Autos, Commercial Vehicles, Farm Equipment, Marine, Motorcycles, Aircraft, Recreation Vehicles (RV’s), Vans, Truck Conversions & Limousines. We also provide Auto Title Services including:
Standard Presumptive Value Appraisals (SPV) as requested by the Local Tax Office
Surety Bonds and Bonded Title Appraisals as required by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)
Why would I need a Certified Appraisal?
Buying or selling a new or used vehicle, obtain financing, insurance claims / disputes, purchasing insurance, loan inspections, partnership disputes, liquidation sales, estate settlement disputes, leases, bankruptcies, floor plan inspections, inventory audits / valuations, tax deductible donations, diminished value, total loss, pre-purchase inspections and for official documentation purposes.
Clients Served: Insurance Companies, Attorneys, Banks, Credit Unions, Lenders, Agricultural Credit Corporations, Accountants, Government Agencies , Auctioneers, Farmers, Ranchers, Transportation Companies, and Individual Consumers.
If you have been in an accident . . .
And the accident was not your fault; you are entitled to recover the loss of value your vehicle may have sustained, regardless of the completeness of the repairs.
According to Tort Law, “Compensation for damages to personal property can include the reasonable cost of repair or restoration with due allowance for any difference between the original value and the value after repairs.”