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How do you find the value of a car using Hagerty?

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To find the value of a car on the Hagerty website, either enter the vehicle identification number or enter the type, make, model and year of the car. After searching, a list of vehicles appears; click on a vehicle to view a value report.

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Information available on the value report includes the average value of the vehicle and recent pricing trends. To further improve the value estimates, choose the condition of the vehicle in question. Choices range from Condition 1, which means the car is in perfect condition, to Condition 4, which means the car is driven frequently, has visible flaws in the interior or exterior and may only be in fair condition.

When making an account on the Hagerty website, there is the option of comparing a vehicle to other makes and models, and viewing a listing of similar models for sale. Photos of the vehicles, prices and links to the listings are also available when viewing this page. Another aspect of looking into vehicle value is to understand the history of the vehicle, so Hagerty offers a full history report of the make and model. There is also information about how to decode the vehicle identification number on the vehicle and what each number or set of numbers means.

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