Government Car Auctions – 5 Reasons Why Government Car Auctions Are the Most Reliable

July 25, 2017 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Online Auction

10,000’s of thousands of vehicles pass through Govt car auction houses weekly around the country, there isn’t now nor will there ever be a shortage.
There are some very distinct reasons why Govt car auctions provide the best opportunity for us to get a car cheaper than we could elsewhere and feel confident that we new all of the facts prior to winning the bid and driving away with our new car.

Why Govt car auctions are best: 

1) 10,000’s of thousands of vehicles are auctioned off each week at Govt car auctions so there will never be a shortage of opportunity which means that you never have to rush a bid or get into a bidding war at a Government car auction weather on or offline.

2) Trust: No Government organization weather Federal, State or Local wants bad press, therefore, at this type of auction ; you are likely to get full disclosure and reliable car history including time stamped service records. If there is a known, and I stress known problem then bidders will typically be made aware of it prior to bidding. 

3) Reliability:  For the most part, vehicles sold at Govt car auctions are retired Govt vehicles that have been properly maintained, the government takes pride in maintaining their vehicles so again the quality is usually more reliable versus for example police repos.

4) Low Mileage: Most de-commissioned Govt vehicles are retires with below and in some cases well below 40,000 miles so in many cases manufacturer warranty is still available for transfer to a new owner.

5) Clean Title: Cars sold at Govt auction are MUCH more likely to have clean titles that are on premises and available to winning bidders. Never bid on a car at any auction if the title isn’t guaranteed clean via: either you have run your own title check or the auction house has provided you with a complimentary Carfax report and/or the title isn’t available on the spot….always avoid “title in transit” cars weather at Govt car auction or any other.

So there you have it, Govt car auctions are clearly your best bet if you really wanna get a reliable car at a below “trade in value” price. 

Jack Polard as a hobbie buys and sells cars that he purchases at public auction, for him there is nothing like the great satisfaction of walking away with a vehicle that he purchased for below it’s trade in value.

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