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Professional vehicle appraisers conceived and built as a cost-effective solution, challenging conventional methods of vehicle appraisal.

Uncover your car's hidden value

A Revolutionary, Online Vehicle Appraisal Service was designed and developed by professional vehicle appraisers to provide a low cost alternative to traditional appraisal methods. The DVASSESS system for vehicle diminished value assessment takes into account real world market forces.

Development of the DVASSESS vehicle diminished value system has been in the works for approximately 4 years. It's based on having completed over 10,000 vehicle diminished value assessments, Over 250 interviews with vehicle sales managers, wholesalers and auctioneers. We reviewed information from over 1,000 online consumer surveys that indicated the consumers attitude with regard to damaged and repaired vehicles and how much they would pay for them.

Start Your Diminished Value Assessment Today

There are many things that effect the value of a vehicle, including; its age, options, mileage, general condition, color, geographical location, prior damage history, etc. The DVASSESS system takes into account and provides you with a fast, accurate, immediate, online, diminished value assessment. Armed with our assessment, vehicle owners all over the United States are able determine the amount of value their vehicle has lost and to present their claim and negotiate a fair settlement for the diminished value of their vehicle.

Option #1 - Basic

This basic, instant assessment will show you how much value your vehicle has lost. Your diminished value amount will be displayed on screen instantly. Then you will see your upgrade options.

Option #3 - Complete

This option includes the DVASSESS report as in option #2, PLUS you get instructions, a sample claim demand letter and negotiating points.

Option #2 - Plus

This is our printable DVASSESS Diminished Value Assessment Report. This report can be printed for submission to the at-fault party for payment.