When most people think of the car buying process, they think of having to spend time in the dealership showroom looking at all of the shiny new vehicles with price tags that they can not afford. Then there is the salesman, who is pressuring you into buying a vehicle so that they can make a commission. This can be an overwhelming buying situation, but luckily there are located car sales, which make it easier.
Seized car sales are held periodically in each city. The cars that are auctioned off come from a variety of sources. Many of them come from people who were unable to make payments on the car, and had it repossessed. Others come up for sale at auction because they were used to commit a crime. The vehicles go up for auction to the general public. Governmentauctions.org has schedules and lists of where and when they are held.
You do not have to empty your bank account to buy a new car. Police auctions get you a new vehicle for a bargain price. You can get thirty to ninety percent off of the market value of the car on average and there are no salespeople to deal with either.
There can be some pretty intense competition at these auctions because there are other people just like you who want a specific car. There are even bidding professionals who will do whatever it takes to get the car they want. Be prepared for competition, especially if you want one of the more popular cars.
Next time you are looking for a new vehicle, consider going to a designated car sale. You can get below market value prices and a wide variety of different vehicles.