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The National Automobile Dealer's Association, commonly referred to as NADA, provides consumers with comprehensive market information and data in regard to various vehicles including boats and personal watercraft. Not only do they provide information to consumers, but they also provides vehicle information to banks, insurance agencies, and dealers, just to name a few. The National Automobile Dealer's Association provides pricing information, vehicle specification data, and facts regarding the current market status for individual vehicles. In addition, they offers helpful tips to individuals or dealers looking to buy, sell or trade various types of vehicles. they makes available to its customers guidelines for the care and maintenance of a range of vehicles, including NADA boats.

The National Automobile Dealer's Association offers marine consumer pricing information on boats and personal watercraft manufactured between 1970 and 2008. Consumers and dealers can check the boat's history for previous accidents, such as collision, fire, or submersion, or hurricane damage. History reports also include whether or not the boat has been salvaged, run aground, or seized or if the boat currently has an environmental lien. Using NADA, customers can access information for side-by-side comparisons. And they also provides safety ratings and owner ratings for its boats. Additionally, consumers using the National Automobile Dealer's Association can get an insurance quote, obtain a finance application, and determine payments.

Researching the value of NADA boats is fairly simple and can be done online. their website is Once the website has been accessed, take the following steps to determine the boat's value:

1. Select the manufacturer and the year the boat was manufactured
2. Select the model of the boat
3. Select the equipment and options desired or available on the boat

After following each of these steps, the estimated value of the boat will be determined. Several prices will be given, and these prices include
1. Base Price
a. Low Retail Price
b. Average Retail Price
2. Total Price
3. Suggested List Price

The National Automobile Dealer's Association will give value explanations for the low retail price, average retail price, total price and suggested list price.

The information available for NADA boats helps both the consumer and dealer ensure that the price of the boat closely reflects the true market value of the boat. Both overpricing and underpricing can be a concern with buying, selling or trading, but with the right information these transactions can be made straightforward and fair. With the National Automobile Dealer's Association, a consumer can check financing and insurance programs to determine if the boat is within their price range and budget.

They also offers a program through which individuals or corporations can donate boats to the charity of their choice. By donating an unwanted boat, the donor may use the donation as an IRS tax deduction and bypass the hassle of trying to sell the boat.

NADA boats are ideal for anyone in the market to buy, sell or trade a used boat. With history reports and financing and insurance program available, they take the worry out of buying and selling boats.

Ian Pennington is an accomplished niche website developer and author.

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