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Hmm, i like this one. Its easy to remember and brandable.

I can't actually think what it could be used for..

I would say $100 - $200 reseller.
$500 end user.

My advice would be to develop it and sell it along with a developed website.
Good luck.
 

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I'm not sure, but I think car-jacking is a UK phrase, so I guess it fits the extension well. The first thing that came to mind was a forum on exchanging tips on car theft..... But that's hardly a reputable base for a site. You could focus on car-theft prevention though... Good luck!
 

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I was under the impression that a carjack is a *tool*, nothing to do with the verb carjacking which is common in South Africa.
Assuming it is the tool, then I think it has quite some value.
 

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A catchy alternative to 'assault-and-battery-on-the-road.co.uk' ?

A fan site for GTA (the game) perhaps. The game had a context to excuse the nastiness. I can't see a use as a formal use, a jack tool site, cos the negative meaning is stronger.

And .co.uk is £35 per owner transfer, which soaks up my appraisal. Sorry.

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Thanks for all you input, it does seem to have a couple of different areas of development, so i think i'm going to have to think hard about this one!
 
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