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Cars suffer damage or mechanical failures frequently. When your vehicle breaks down or you are involved in an accident, repairs can become costly. Finding a good mechanic is often a challenge for consumers who are not savvy when it comes to cars and other vehicles. If you have any doubts about the quality of workmanship, getting an appraisal from a third party can provide reassurance.

Relying on a mechanic to ensure that your car is roadworthy is a risk that most people take without a second thought. It is only when an accident or breakdown happens due to shoddy repairs that drivers question the quality of repairs. Unfortunately, these situations can cost consumers financially, physically and emotionally.

Thankfully, consumers do have the option to have a vehicle after purchase or repairs. Diminished Value Appraisal can assess whether your vehicle is safe, functional and in acceptable aesthetic condition. When the value of your car is in doubt, we provide accurate information in North Carolina. It is also important to know that when you get behind the wheel, mechanical failures will not result in an accident.

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Insurance claims and disputes can cause stress and anxiety for the consumer. You are relying on information from an individual or company that wants to reduce payouts. As such, you may run into barriers when claiming for repairs and other issues. Similarly, having repairs completed may leave you feeling unsure about the functionality and safety of your vehicle. Without a mechanic’s experience and knowledge, most consumers place their trust in the word of professionals.

If any of these issues are a concern for you, Diminished Value Appraisal can help. We specialize in providing services including post repair inspections, diminished value assessments, collision monitoring, total loss assessments, appraisal process assistance and collision monitoring in North Carolina. Our team can handle issues surrounding buying a vehicle, repairs and a range of issues related to insurance claims.

Unlike many other companies, Diminished Value Appraisal does not rely on online calculators. Our individualized approach involves consulting with a real professional. Your initial session will come at no cost, allowing you to make an informed decision on whether or not to continue with our services. This is your opportunity to identify any ongoing issues with your vehicle and receive an accurate report on current value.

Total Loss & Write Off Calculators

Total loss calculators are not always accurate and are often designed to provide misleading information. At Diminished Value Appraisal, our goal is to support consumers with assessments that are a true reflection of a vehicles condition and functionality. If you have been informed by an insurance company that your car is a write off, do not immediately rush to the scrap yard. We can conduct an impartial assessment to reveal the true value of the vehicle.

You are not obligated to accept information provided by a mechanic, dealership or insurance company. The condition of a vehicle is an important consideration when it comes to safety and value. Sourcing information from parties that have an agenda may lead to you losing money or suffering injuries in an accident. Turn to Diminished Value Appraisal for a fair evaluation of how much your vehicle is worth and if it is safe to drive.

We provide information to lawyers who are representing consumers in accident lawsuits or insurance disputes. Our team is trusted to deliver reports that paint an accurate picture of vehicle function, condition and appearance. Contact our offices today if you need a second opinion on your vehicle in North Carolina.