How do I find the Actual Cash Value of my Camry?

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Old 14 Nov 2004, 05:32 pm   #1 (permalink)
Michael T
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Default How do I find the Actual Cash Value of my Camry?

My 2000 Toyota Camry was just totaled in the last few days.

If my residence is Southern California, can you recommend a web site for
determining what the settlement might be from my insurance company (GEICO).

For example, is Fair Market Value (FMV) different from Actual Cash Value
(ACV)? A Google search suggested (but was ambiguous) about whether most
states use ACV or FMV.

One final question based on the web site for Kelly Blue Book.

I was able to find the Blue Book Retail Value (when sold by a dealer) and
the Blue Book Private Party Value (when sold by a private party). Can either
of these be used as FMV (or ACV)?

Thank you for your time.

Michael T.



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Old 14 Nov 2004, 07:18 pm   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: How do I find the Actual Cash Value of my Camry?

>My 2000 Toyota Camry was just totaled in the last few days.
>
>If my residence is Southern California, can you recommend a web site for
>determining what the settlement might be from my insurance company (GEICO).
>
>For example, is Fair Market Value (FMV) different from Actual Cash Value
>(ACV)? A Google search suggested (but was ambiguous) about whether most
>states use ACV or FMV.
>
>One final question based on the web site for Kelly Blue Book.
>
>I was able to find the Blue Book Retail Value (when sold by a dealer) and
>the Blue Book Private Party Value (when sold by a private party). Can either
>of these be used as FMV (or ACV)?



You should get what it takes to replace the vehicle, minus your
deductible.............work for your money. do lots of newspaper ads
and other types of ads showing what the asking price for an equal
vehicle is, then submit them all to the insurance company as fair
market value in your area. That is pretty much what you lost , replced
at what it costs to replace it...........isn't it?

that cost may not be what you owe (if any) or payed for the car, but
what it takes ot replace it.



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Old 15 Nov 2004, 01:08 pm   #3 (permalink)
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Default Re: How do I find the Actual Cash Value of my Camry?

Sorry to hear about your car.
i know some would go by NADA value - the deductible.


"Michael T" <anonymous@cox.net> wrote in message news:<22Rld.143640$hj.42901@fed1read07>...
> My 2000 Toyota Camry was just totaled in the last few days.
>
> If my residence is Southern California, can you recommend a web site for
> determining what the settlement might be from my insurance company (GEICO).
>
> For example, is Fair Market Value (FMV) different from Actual Cash Value
> (ACV)? A Google search suggested (but was ambiguous) about whether most
> states use ACV or FMV.
>
> One final question based on the web site for Kelly Blue Book.
>
> I was able to find the Blue Book Retail Value (when sold by a dealer) and
> the Blue Book Private Party Value (when sold by a private party). Can either
> of these be used as FMV (or ACV)?
>
> Thank you for your time.
>
> Michael T.

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