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Dec 5, 2007 - 12:32:00 AM - Print

Finding a Good Auto Auction

There are a ton of different types of auto auctions taking place all over the country, and the bargains must be there or auctions wouldn’t be as popular as they are today. Finding a good auto auction depends on what you are looking for, as well as when you are available to attend the auction.

Government auctions, which take place almost every day in every part of the country, offer tons of property - not just cars - that has been repossessed or seized from criminals or bad people during investigations. These auctions take place all over, so check online or with your local newspaper to find one close to you.

Information sometimes changes, so be sure to verify the location and times before going to the auction.

You can also find government car auctions through an online directory service that will do all of the research for you for a small fee, which averages to about forty dollars.

With any auto auction or auto auction service, search for a money-back guarantee. Pick out a handful of companies and measure them up against each other before choosing one, that way you can see the pros and cons from one service to another.

While some dealers prefer taking their vehicles to larger auctions, some pick those with less sparkle on them. Most people say that deals will pop up anywhere at any time, so the farther you’re willing to go sometimes can bring in the best deal.

For example, one Canadian preferred the auto auctions in the Midwest, and another only attended auctions by specific vendors. The same goes for an individual buyer who has the car knowledge and just happens to prefer purchasing cars from an auction rather than a traditional used car dealership.

There are several online sites that offer their opinions of the best auto auction sites in each state, from Kansas City to Chicago and beyond. Most give all of the important information needed to do your own research on the auto auction locations you think fit what you’re looking for.

Beware of anyone who offers a ridiculously low starting price or total price, because there’s usually a catch involved. The best auto auctions, reviewers say, have friendly people, excellent venues, offer fast service, and feature good values.

Some online auctions, which can be found in excess throughout the Internet, have rave reviews from those who have used them. Individuals who tried for a while to sell their cars have turned to online car auction sites and immediately someone purchased their vehicle.

Several small car salesmen who have listed their stock on online websites have found excellent response as well. One reviewer found online websites clear and easy to understand, easy to use, and most importantly, inexpensive. Therefore, if you don’t want to mess with looking up locations in your city or state or other places nearby, just log onto your computer and start searching.

Keep in mind that you want to compare sites in order to find the best deals, and that the best locations usually have the best people running them.







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