VA has a tax on the value of the car(s) you own (don't get me started on it) which means they have to determine the car's value each year, for which they use some standard NADA manual. The Herndon Patch just has a post forwarding info from Fairfax County--15,000 cars increased in value over last year.
??? I guess it must be times are so tight that people are bidding up the value of used cars rather than buy new? Strange times.