Can’t remember it? No worries! You can find your car’s registration month on your vehicle ownership card.
A car’s ‘trim level’ is a combination of letters like DX, EX, GTE, etc. that pinpoint the specific car model depending on its special features. You can find your individual car’s trim level in the owner’s manual or on the car itself, usually located on the side or rear of the car.
This refers to the number of the fitted seats in the vehicle.
The body type of a vehicle refers to its shape, like two-door coupes, four-door sedans, hatchbacks, station wagons, sports cars, minivans, convertibles, etc.
To find out your car's specific engine type, locate the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) on the lower corner of your windshield or door frame. A quick google search of your VIN number should identify your car's engine type.
Having a different number of cylinders affects the vehicle's power output and fuel efficiency. The higher the number of cylinders, the more high-performance/luxurious the cars tend to be.
Based on the information you will provide, this is what we will consider as your car value.
Please note that - in case of a total loss - we will evaluate the market price’s as your car value.