How to Appraise Almost Anything with Wheels

Maybe you want to earn some extra cash by selling it, or perhaps you’re looking to insure your vehicle—either way, you need to know its value. If you’re looking for the price of the thing that moves you, here is how to appraise most anything with wheels.

Kelley Blue Book

Kelley Blue Book has been the website for appraisals for many, many years. Whether it’s a car or truck, this site will tell you how much your vehicle is worth. It even allows you to type in your zip code, as supply and demand can affect the value.

There are several different types of cars you can look up, such as sedans, wagons, electric cars, hybrids, SUVs, minivans, trucks, and more. Kelley Blue Book even makes it easy to find the value of your vehicle by allowing you to type in your make, model, year, trim, and mileage to show you the value based on these parameters. There are few websites as trustworthy as this one.

NADA Guides

If you’re looking to appraise literally anything on wheels, the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) Guide is where you need to go. This website will tell you the value of any car, truck, SUV, motorcycle, 5th wheel trailer, ATV, UTV, and more. Basically, if it moves, this site knows about it.

You may be curious about what goes into consideration when it comes to appraisals since they cover such a wide range of things on wheels. NADA Guides collects data from millions of vehicle transactions every month from auctions, retail, and classified listings. No matter what you’re looking for and the condition, NADA Guides can tell you its value.

Iron Search

Tractors can be difficult to appraise, especially when you may not be sure where to go. Iron Search can give you the value of farming equipment such as tractors, harvesters, balers, mowers, combines, sprayers, cotton pickers, and much more.

Iron Search calls itself the “Trusted Online Marketplace for Agriculture & Industrial Equipment,” and it’s telling the truth because the values it publishes reflect averages all across North America while taking into account the fluctuations of the market.

Pinnacle Auto Appraisers

Pinnacle Auto Appraisers is there to fill in the gaps and show you the value of commercial trucks, commercial equipment and trailers, farming and heavy equipment, and much more. The only downside is that you have to visit one of the actual locations.

The good news is that Pinnacle Auto Appraisers have locations in more than 47 states all over the U.S., from Alabama to Wyoming.  Some states even have multiple locations, so you can find the one that’s closest to you. The full list of locations is on Pinnacle’s website.