GSA Auto Auctions : Find Out How You Can Save Thousands On A Quality Used Car
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This post was written by admin on June 25, 2013
The car dealership will purchase a car from a wholesale car auction at a bargain and then hike up the price once they get it to the dealership.
The prices are based on the prices in the Kelly Blue Book and the NADA Book. The NADA Book is usually used by dealers at auctions while the Kelly Blue Book is generally used by those looking to purchase a car. Using these guides, especially when buying at a wholesale auction, can really help you get a great deal. Here are a few tips to help you while shopping at a wholesale car auction.
Look For Public Auctions
Public auctions are open to the public. That means you are able to participate in the bidding. If you want to go in as a dealer you will need to get a dealer’s license. Public car auctions are advertised early in an effort to get as many people there as possible. If you want the best deals you should go to the dealer auctions. And while you will need a dealer’s license to get in, it will be well worth it with the amount of money you can save.
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This post was written by admin on November 6, 2013
In the last article we established the three main reasons for buying a car through live government or police auctions, these being price, quality and satisfaction. In this article, I want to focus more on the services offered exclusively by the good people at http://usedonlinecars.com. Essentially, the product that the entrepreneurs behind usedonlinecars.com are trying to sell is information. When you sign-up with this website, you receive the key to a treasure chest of bargains on used automobiles. The team at usedonlinecars.com research daily the details of government and police car auctions in all states. They then compile this information into an easy-to-use database which is then released to members of the site. The available auctions are then divided regionally, so it’s easy to find the deals that are nearest to you. It’s not just cars that go up for auction, and are subsequently recorded on the usedonlinecars.com database; there are also boats, real estates and personal property available to purchase for dirt-cheap prices.
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This post was written by admin on August 24, 2013
Every individual with a vehicle needs some type of auto insurance to adequately cover their car or truck in case they are involved in an accident. However, it is not necessary to pay the highest premiums available, when you can get the same coverage for a lower rate. It is easy to obtain motor insurance quotes, from reputable auto insurance carriers.
By a simple process of comparison shopping, every driver has the ability to save hundreds of dollars on their coverage each year. Many companies offer a variety of discounts to good drivers, students with good grades, and the elderly. Even individuals that have a poor credit rating can find lower rate motor insurance quotes from variety of reputable dealers eager to take your business.
How Much Coverage
Whenever shopping around for the best motor insurance quotes, it is important to find reputable companies that offer coverage in variable amounts. Every state has a minimum amount of coverage that is required for the vehicles that are driven. Many times, insurance salesman will use scrupulous tactics in putting the fear about the need to have high levels of insurance when taking out a policy.
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This post was written by admin on August 12, 2013
There are three main reasons why live government auctions are the best place to purchase cars, trucks or SUVs in the USA. The first reason is of course the price tag. Every month, thousands of vehicles are sold at bargain-basement prices at government or police auctions, with many new owners driving away in a car that they bought for a tiny fraction of its original sale price. “How is this possible?” I hear you ask. Well, every day a vast amount of people default on their car loans or lease payments, meaning their vehicle then has to be repossessed or seized by financial institutions as collateral. Often, the cost of keeping this car in storage outweighs the benefit to this institution of holding out long enough for a good deal on the resale of the car. As a result, these cars quickly wind up at auctions where they’re sold at cheap, cheap prices.
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This post was written by admin on August 8, 2013