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Motor Valuations

A motor vehicle Valuation is the process of assessing the estimated worth of a car, truck, or other vehicle, typically taking into account factors such as its make, model, age, condition, mileage, and current market trends. A motor valuation report is used for the purpose of insurance, loan, or the sale of the vehicle.

Please bring the following documents:

  • Vehicle Registration
  • Vehicle Fitness
  • Customs Clearance Documents (if available)

Mechanical Report

A motor vehicle Mechanical Report summarizes the condition and functionality of a vehicle's key mechanical components. It provides the same vehicle information as on the valuation report, without estimating a market value. This report is used primary for individuals seeking Third Party Insurance coverage.

Motor Vehicle Damage Assessment

A motor vehicle Damage Assessment Report is required by insurance companies to verify the damage repairs and associated costs outlined in the repairer’s / garage’s estimate.

Carfax Vehicle History Report

A CARFAX Vehicle History Report contains important information on vehicles imported from the United States of America. Each CARFAX Report checks for information reported to CARFAX from thousands of sources and can include:

  • Vehicle registration
  • Title information, including salvaged or junked titles
  • Odometer readings
  • Lemon history
  • Total loss information
  • Stolen and recovery information
  • Structural damage
  • Accident indicators, such as airbag deployment
  • Service and repair information
  • Vehicle usage (taxi, rental, lease, etc.)
  • Recall information

Motor Vehicle Diagnostic Scans

Car diagnostic tests examine a variety of aspects of your vehicle. They can scan your vehicle’s mechanisms and systems for problems with components such as the engine, transmission, oil tank, throttle, and many others.

They specifically look for the following things:

  • Engine or individual component failures in your vehicle
  • Transmission and responsiveness issues with your vehicle
  • Brake responsiveness issues
  • Contamination or flaws in your vehicle’s exhaust system
  • Wear and tear or component failure with major components of your vehicle such as the fuel injector, ignition coils, and throttle
  • The results that a mechanic receives from a vehicle diagnostic test can narrow down the location of an issue or potential error so that they can identify and correct your vehicle’s problem quickly.

You should get a vehicle diagnostic test when you have a warning light lit on your vehicle’s dashboard.

Auto Assessors & Associates Ltd

Jamaica’s Leading Motor Vehicle Appraiser and Damage Assessor. Operating for over 20 years.

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