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How to Conduct an Online Car Search

Date: 11/08/2017|Category: Buyer Tips, Car Auctions

Today, the Internet has made it easier than ever to search for used cars to buy. It takes seconds to start your search for online sellers and auction sites, but that does not mean you should immediately get ready to buy. You still need to prepare and you need to know how to find a vehicle that is worth your time and money. You will find some similarities as to when you are buying offline, of course. The Internet will simply make much of this faster and easier. Know Your Needs and Budget Just as when someone buys a car in person, …

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How to Avoid Buying a Used Lemon on Lemons Auction LLP?

Date: 11/08/2017|Category: Buyer Tips

One of the worst feelings in the world is buying a vehicle (for example at Lemons Auction), getting home, and having things start to go wrong a few days later. When you are buying a brand-new vehicle, the recourse is usually simple. You can take it back to the dealer to complain and show them what’s wrong with the car. When you buy used cars for sale, especially when you are buying online (LLP) for your private estate or for business, you do not have this luxury. You need to be certain you are buying a vehicle that’s worth your money …

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Red Flags on Used Cars for Sale

Date: 11/07/2017|Category: Buyer Tips, Used Cars

Buying a used car for sale, whether you are buying in person or you are buying online through a dealer, private seller, or auction site can be intimidating. This is especially true if it is the first time you are buying. Many times, people are buying the used cars because they want to save some money, and they do not want to go through the hassle of getting a loan. They have cash, and they simply want to buy a vehicle. Buying used can be a great choice, but you do have to be careful. The following are some of …

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Negotiating Your Way to a Great Deal on a Used Car

Date: 11/07/2017|Category: Buyer Tips, Used Cars

When you purchase a car from a dealership, you likely already know that the salespeople are interested in getting every penny they can. They’re also very good at it, or they wouldn’t be in the job position they are. These sellers are experienced at negotiation – which means you need to be aware of how to negotiate, too. If not, you might end up getting fleeced on your next used car. Consider Your Timing One way to get a deal on a used car at a dealership is to be aware of timing. Salespeople often work for incentives, which might be a …

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Know What a Great Deal on a Used Car Looks Like

Date: 11/07/2017|Category: Buyer Tips, Used Cars

If you are in the market for a new car, you might be currently debating whether you should buy used, or if you should buy a new vehicle. Most people contemplate this question even before they decide on the make and model of vehicle. Buying a used car is often a better alternative than buying something that is brand new for a range of reasons. However, you need to know whether or not you are getting a good deal on the used car before you make your purchase. Let’s look at some of the crucial factors to consider when you …

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  • 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?
  • User Registration
    • What are the rules regarding new customers and customers not in good standing?
    • Can I just buy one car?
    • I do not have a dealer license; can I bid or buy a car?
    • What information do I need to provide to register?
    • Do I have to pay to register?
    • Do I need to register to bid?