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Sold At: Local Gov’t Auction
“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
Sold At: Government Auction
“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
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
Anyone above the age of 18 holding a photo ID can buy a vehicle from any government auction – it’s not only for dealers, although many dealers take advantage of the bargains on offer. There are indeed auctions which are not open for the public and that require a special license to bid. However, most auctions available via Gov-Auctions are open to the general public and require no special licenses. Gov-Auctions.org is America’s #1 trusted source to government car auctions, providing contact details to several hundred government registered vehicle auctions across the United States.
It’s important to understand that Gov-Auctions.org does not actually auction off any vehicles. The information we offer will save you many hours of research locating reputable “Offline” and “Online” government related auctions relevant to, and available in, your area and state. The information you, as a member, will have access to provides you with specific locations, time, contact numbers. Depending on your location, state and interest, the normal procedure would be: you approach your chosen (offline) government auction individually to receive information about listed vehicles; you personally inspect the vehicles; you register to attend for their bidding. “Offline” auctions usually offer a faxback service for current listings or similar, and some may even have a website for this specific purpose.