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Date: 04/24/2017 |Category: Car Auctions

How long have you been a without a vehicle? If you have had to rely on your friends and family to drive you around, to take you to and from work or school, then you know what a hassle it can be. It feels as if you do not have the freedom that you crave. You need a vehicle. Of course, you might not be able to get a loan due to some bad credit, or you might not like the idea of making monthly payments on a vehicle. If that is the case, you might want to buy auction cars instead.

Why Choose an Auction?

The biggest benefit to going through an auction is the fact that the prices can be quite low, and there is a good potential to get some great deals. In addition to those great prices, you will also find that there are different types of cars typically available through auctions. This improves your selection quite a bit. You might find some relatively new models that are only a few years old, as well as classics through an auction.

Another one of the benefits of choosing to buy auction cars for sale is that you will not have to go through the hassle of visiting used car lots in your area. It can take ages to find a vehicle that you like, and then take even longer to get someone to talk to you at the lots. Of course, other times, the sellers will hound you on the lots and not give you a moment’s peace. When you buy auction cars for sale, you will not have to worry about this.

What Should You Know?

There are benefits when you buy auction cars for sale, but you also need to make sure that you understand a bit about the auctions. Some of the vehicles may be salvage. They can still be great buys, but you need to be sure they can get back on the road and be drivable so you can get a salvage or rebuilt title for them. In addition, no matter what type of vehicle you buy, you should get a good idea of the value of the vehicle in the current condition. You do not want to bid more than this on the vehicle.

If you are competitive, it can be easy to start bidding against someone and to have the prices keep going up. You want to avoid this at all costs. Set a budget and make sure you stick to that budget so you can afford the vehicle.

Since you are buying from an auction, you also need to consider how you will ship the vehicle to your location if you are buying online. There are companies that can help with the entire process, and even those that can help you buy from dealer’s auctions, which are generally reserved for those who have dealer’s licenses.

It is time that you got out on the open road. Start looking for auction cars for sale so you can get that freedom you need.

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  • User Registration
    • Do I need to register to bid?
    • Do I have to pay to register?
    • What information do I need to provide to register?
    • What are the rules regarding new customers and customers not in good standing?
    • I do not have a dealer license; can I bid or buy a car?
    • Can I just buy one car?
  • Auction Process
    • Do you offer live bidding?
    • What is the difference between, “auction” car, and a “buy now” car?
    • What is a Reserve Price?
    • What does the bid amount include?
    • How does the auction process work?
  • Deposits and Pre-Bidding
    • Is the security deposit refundable?
    • How do international customers make a deposit in their account?
    • How does the security deposit process work?
    • Can I cancel a bid?
    • Can I inspect vehicles prior to auction?
    • Is automatic bidding or pre-bidding available?
    • What is the total bidding amount?
    • What is a bid in active status?
    • What is a bid in pending status?
    • What is the best way to win an auction?
    • How do I search for a car available at auction?
    • How does the auction process work?
  • Post-Auction and Payments
    • What does a customer need to do to get the title to a vehicle?
    • How do I pick up the car I purchased?
    • Are there storage fees if I cannot pick up my vehicle immediately?
    • Do you Issue Temporary Plates?
    • Can I pay in cash?
    • Are there late payment penalties?
    • What are the payment terms?
    • How do I pay for an auction?
    • What if I fail to may a payment as required?
    • When is the balance due on a purchase?
    • When will I be notified of the results of the auction?
    • Bidding has ended. Is my bid the highest?
    • Why did I receive notice after bidding ended that my bid is no longer the highest?
  • Shipping and Delivery
    • How will it be mailed to me?
    • When will I receive the title?
    • Can I have the title mailed to an address/name different from the address/name on my account?
    • I have an agent working on my behalf can this person pick up my vehicle?
    • Do you offer delivery?
    • When can I pick up a car I have won at auction?
  • Understanding Salvage Titles
    • What is NMVTIS and how is it used?
    • Understanding the salvage title/rebuilt title distinction
    • What are the different types of titles a vehicle may have?
    • I received a different type of title than the one in the description. I received an equivalent title from a different state. Why?