Enter any vehicles owned by the deceased in this section, along with the type of vehicle, the make and model, year, and purchase price. Optionally, you can also include the VIN.
The Canadian Black Book is a reliable source for the fair market value at the date of death. If the estate sells the vehicle, the actual value of the sale should be listed in the Estate Accounting section.
Note that in Quebec, if the deceased has a surviving spouse from a marriage or civil union, any vehicle used by the family can be considered part of the Family Patrimony, unless it was inherited or received as a gift. Likewise, a boat, RV, or camper can be considered family residences and also be included in the Family Patrimony, in which case their value would have to be divided evenly between the succession (estate) and the surviving spouse, regardless of which spouse technically owns the asset. See our article on Family Patrimony and Matrimonial Regimes for more information on how they can affect the division of the value of these assets.