Best Source of Government Seized Auto Auctions

Best Source of Government Seized Auto Auctions

Government and Police Auctions for Cars, Trucks and SUVs

America’s most trusted and best source of Government seized auto auctions and surplus car sales.

Best source of Government seized auto auctions

 

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Testimonials:

“Everyone should buy a car this way. I had some fun and got a great deal.”

Client: Christi H. (Laredo, TX)

Vehicle: 2015 BMW 335i

Book Value: $40,163

Purchase Price:$16,000

Savings:$24,163

Best source of Government seized auto auctions

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“I went to three of the auctions you guys provided, and I bought this Chevy that I’m going to sell and make some extra $$$”

Client: Brandon C. (Modesto, CA)

Vehicle: 2015 Chevrolet Suburban

Book Value: $36,266

Purchase Price: $17,000

Savings: $19,266

Sold At: Seized Car Auction

“I couldn’t decide which car I wanted as there was so many but this Ford was a great deal. Thanks.”

Client: Sturgis B. (Pennsylvania)

Vehicle: 2013 Ford Focus

Book Value: $13,354

Purchase Price:$9,000

Savings:$4,354

Best Source of Government Seized Auto Auctions

Information on Auto Auctions (1):

Auto auctions are a method of selling new, and most often, used vehicles based on auction system. Auto auctions can be found in most nations, but are often unused by most people, since in most nations such as the United States, auto auctions are exclusive to used car dealers. In a few countries, such as Japan, auto auctions are well known and used, sometimes indirectly, by most residents.

In the United States, auto auctions are relatively unknown to the public at large, but play a major role as a wholesale market for second-hand vehicles. Most states only allow closed auctions, meaning only dealers can use them. There are also auctions that are open to the public in a few states like New Hampshire.

These auctions are a primary outlet for financial services firms to dispose of their large volume of off-lease returns, for rental and other companies to sell off their aging fleets and for car dealerships to dump trade-ins or other unwanted inventory. Some auctions in the United States are used by banks, the IRS, and other government agencies to sell vehicles that were repossessed for failure to make monthly payments or pay taxes, or were seized by the FBI, DEA, or the police. Also, there are some that sell US Government vehicles. Finally, there are those catering to the salvage market where insurance companies sell totaled vehicles.

Online Auto Auctions

Online auto auctions are also growing in popularity. One of the most popular online auctions to buy cars from is eBay.com. On eBay Motors, any user can create an account and put their vehicle(s) up for auction even if they are from a state that only allows closed auctions. There is usually a fee associated with selling a vehicle on eBay. Many buyers prefer to look for local car sellers on eBay, within a certain radius so that they can go and do a manual inspection of the vehicle.

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Reference 1: Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auto_auction