One of the most important items that any owner must address, both before and
during Porsche ownership, is ensuring the insurance company accept an agree
value on the car in the event of total loss.
I provide a valuation service for Porsches (excluding racing cars), based
either on the results of my comprehensive pre-purchase inspection or on the
evidence provided by you.
To provide a valuation by mail, I will require seven photographs of the
car as follows:
Front, both sides, rear, engine bay, luggage bay, interior. The photographs
can be low resolution digital and sent me by e-mail (we have broadband), or
alternatively, you can send me a CD or hardcopy prints.
I will also require the following:
- Vehicle registration number
- Chassis number (on the V5)
- Engine number (on the V5)
- Date of first registration (on V5)
- Mileage reading
- Your estimate of the condition of the following, with any notes regarding
improvements, modifications, restoration, etc
- Suspension and steering
- Brakes, wheels and tyres
- One page summary of service history
- Any other special notes regarding the car
- The estimate of the car’s value as expected by you
Valuations are provided on a ‘face value’ basis and that there is no
attempt by the person requesting the information to conceal or falsify the
vehicle information or condition. We accept no liability for any loss resulting
directly or indirectly from the valuation information provided. The
valuation is not a guarantee of the vehicle’s market trade or retail value and
will only be valid for a maximum period of twelve months
The valuation cost is £25+VAT.
valuations can normally be turned around in 2-3 days.