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a used car, truck, or suv, from aa auto auction can be tricky business, and,
although you may find savings, you can just as easily find yourself paying far
more for the car then it is worth. First, you should ask yourself why the car is
being offered for sale at an auto auction, and not through more conventional
platforms. Secondly, the short amount of time allowed to inspect the vehicle,
prior to bidding, could leave a novice buyer with a handful of future mechanic's
bills to show for his, or her, efforts. In most cases, the extra money spent at
an auto dealership will be money well spent when you consider the time you are
afforded to inspect, drive, and compare a potential purchase, vs the crap shoot
you will find at an auto auction.
Dealer Auto Auctions Versus Public Auto Auctions
There are two types of auto auctions. The most common are the dealer auto
auctions. The dealer auto auction is open to licensed dealers only, and the
public is not welcome. A dealer auto auction is generally a forum for new car
dealers attempting to sell their inventory of trade in vehicles, and used car
dealers attempting to fill their inventories. It is also a common launching
point for vehicles just turned in at the end of a lease term. Dealer auto
auctions are fast paced, and closed to the general public.
Public auto auctions are nothing more than a fast paced used car lot,
disguised as an auto auction. Windows are cleaned, and paint is polished. But,
in many cases, what the potential buyers are looking at is the remains of a
vehicle that could not be sold through more conventional means.
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Local Auto Loans. Auto Auction Vehicle Financing.
Unlike a visit to your local auto dealership, auto loans are not provided by
the seller at an auto auction. If financing is needed, it has to be secured
prior to your visit to the auction. In some cases, the auto auction may want any
potential bidders to prove that they are funded, prior to even entering the
property, and placing a bid.
For those who need assistance in securing an auto loan, for a purchase at an
auto auction, UsedCarSale.com can help you. Are online lending partners can
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Upper Marlboro Auto Auction
Posted June 23, 2013
Budget minded auto shoppers who are in the market for a quality used car in
Upper Marlboro MD have a buying opportunity this Saturday night at the
Colonial Auto Auction House on Old Marlboro Pike. For those who have sought
a late-model car below blue
book value, there is an opportunity this weekend
at the auto auction in Upper Marlboro.
Inventories are fluid, and at time of press the lineup of vehicles available
at the auto auction was still being determined. However, there is a reason
that people travel from throughout the metropolitan DC area, including
Northern Virginia, NE, SE, and NW DC, and Prince George’s County – as well
as the Baltimore area – for these auto auctions. Like no other DC auto
auction, Colonial Auto Auction attracts people to its central location in
This Auto Auction is the official auction house for Prince George’s County,
Anne Arundel County, and Montgomery County, Maryland. It is also the
official auto auction house for Arlington County, Virginia, and the cities
of Falls Church, Fairfax, and Gaithersburg. Recent auctions have had some
unique offerings from those areas.
The May 25 Upper Marlboro Auto Auction boasted twenty school buses,
utility/dump trucks, and cargo step vans. Likewise, the June 8 auction
featured cranes and other heavy equipment. Bidding for these materials is
fierce and spirited.
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Law Enforcement Sponsored Auto Auctions
Posted May 21, 2013
The U.S. Marshals Service in the District of New Mexico raised $100,600 in
less than 30 minutes at an auto auction of seized vehicles on Friday, the
marshals service said in a news release.
The 15 vehicles seized by the FBI and DEA because of illegal activities were
off at Dugger Services in Albuquerque by Apple Towing Company.
A 1987 Cadillac sedan sold for just $300, and a 2003 Dodge Dakota went for
$1,400 in what the marshals service called the “steals of the day.”
A 2007 Harley Davidson Fat Boy with very low mileage was sold for $11,100,
and a 2004 Peterbilt Tractor Trailer Truck brought $29,000, and seven of the
items went for less than $2,000, according to the release.
Proceeds from the auctions are used to compensate crime victims and to fund
law enforcement initiatives, and funds are often shared with the law
enforcement agencies that participated in investigations leading to the
forfeiture of assets, the release said.
Auto auctions sponsored by law enforcement can be very fruitful to buyers
looking to find a steal.
Salvation Army Needs Cars For June Auto Auction
Posted May 6, 2013
Augusta - The Salvation Army of Augusta needs about a
dozen cars in order to hold its June 1 Auto Auction.
Auto Auction coordinator, Retired Major Shirley Suarez,
says "We currently have an inventory of 28 vehicles, but we really need at
least 10-12 more to
raise the amount of money it will take to sustain the
Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program throughout the summer."
Since 2002, The Salvation Army Auto Auction has been
one of the organization's largest fundraisers of the year. Proceeds from the
auction directly support social services for those in need in the Greater
Augusta Area, specifically the 9-month residential Drug and Alcohol
Each person who donates a vehicle will receive a free,
3-month Individual Gold Membership to The Salvation Army Kroc Center.
Donations are tax-deductible and free pick up is available. Vehicles do not
have to be running to be donated.
If you want to donate a used vehicle, call the auction
coordinator at (706) 826-7933.
Georgia-Carolina Auto Auction Celebrates 10-Year Anniversary
Georgia-Carolina Auto Auction (GCAA) has strived to provide customers with a
unique experience and superior service, making it one of the largest public
auto auctions in the Southeast. From April 10-12, 2013, GCAA celebrated its
10-year anniversary by offering customers special deals at its 10-Year
As an award-winning auction, GCAA has been able to provide customers with
access to listing their products on multiple Internet distribution channels,
such as OVE.com, OpenLane, and SmartAuction, setting them apart from many
other auction venues.
“Our passion is for our customer and giving them the best possible auction
experience, in lane or online,” said Jeff Risner, owner of GCAA. “Our vested
interest is in our customers and our ability to continuously adapt and
change specific to the industry climate and our customers’ needs. This has
really set us apart over the years.”
With a two-lane system, every buyer at GCAA that has come through their
facility has had the opportunity to see every car being auctioned. This has
made an even larger impact on the customer experience, one of the main keys
to their success.
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