Custom Car, Motorcycle, Watercraft Appraisals in Mackinac County, MI
Auto Appraisal Network of Detroit does appraisals for all different types of vehicles including custom/collector cars and trucks, motorcycles, late-model vehicles, boats, antique boats, RV’s, personal watercraft, semi-tractors and car hauler trailers.
If you’re in the Mackinac County area and need an auto appraisal for insurance purposes, diminished value claims, pre purchase inspections, car collection appraisals, divorce settlements, estate settlements, financing, bankruptcy or expert witness services, contact Auto Appraisal Network of Detroit.
We are a locally owned and operated business and part of a nationwide network of certified auto appraisers. We have 30+ years of experience, so you can rest assured that an appraisal report from us is accurate and complete. Our full color reports are bound and delivered to you within days of completion and are accepted by all major insurance carriers, as well as the legal system.
We take pride in our work and are as passionate about cars as you are. Protect your investment by having it appraised by Auto Appraisal Network of Detroit.
Serving Mackinac County
Facts about Mackinac County
Mackinac County is a county in the Upper Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2010 census, the population was 11,113. The county seat is St. Ignace. Formerly known as Michilimackinac County, in 1818 it was one of the first counties of the Michigan Territory, as it had long been a center of French and British colonial fur trading, a Catholic church and Protestant mission, and associated settlement.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 2,101 square miles (5,440 km²), of which 1,022 square miles (2,650 km²) is land and 1,079 square miles (2,790 km²) (51%) is water.
The 2010 United States Census reported that Mackinac County had a population of 11,113, a decrease of 830 (-6.9%) from the 2000 United States Census. In 2010 there were 5,024 households and 3,219 families in the county. The population density was 11 per square mile (5/km²).