If you have to develop the value of an automobile, get a description of the automobile
that is complete enough to enable you to find it on N.A.D.A. Online (for example,
1992 Chevrolet Nova, four cylinder, two door).
The Average Trade-In Value provided by N.A.D.A. Online is the CMV used for resource
determinations. If the Trade-In Value is unavailable from the site, obtain the Trade-In
Value from a disinterested knowledgeable source. For additional information on SSA
Purchase of Evidence, see GN 00301.210.
NOTE: If the automobile is more than 20 but less than 25 years old, use the value shown
for it at 20 years old.
NOTE: Do not use N.A.D.A. Online Rough Trade-In Value or Clean Trade-In Value as the CMV
for resource determinations unless the recipient presents clear evidence indicating
consideration in one of those categories.