Had an email about how much a person could actually save at a GSA auction. The people that pick up their repossessed vehicles already go into the place with a negative attitude and most of the time they are ahead of their scheduled appointment than the person helping you has to wait for a release from the lender and that is out of the auctions hands.
Many auctions have a preview period of about two days preceding the auction in which you can look over and inspect the vehicles. While the corporate auctions are trying to figure out how to serve dealers; We have mastered it. Our sale has fresh trades every week to choose from. If a vehicle is purchased by a federal or state government contract it typically has to be sold at auction to the highest bidder when it is time to dispose of the asset. A valid Driver’s License or other accepted form of federal, state or local government issued photo identification information will be captured and recorded for all high bidders at time of payment. For those planning to attend a public GSA auction, we recommend taking a look at our bidding tips for some great ideas on how to prepare for a GSA car auction. This information can also be accessed online at designated online auctions websites.
Additionally, he has partnered with Greg Mahugh in founding El Paso Independent Auto Auction, which opened in January of 2011, and DAA Seattle, which launched in the spring of 2013. But Ditlow said the GSA could have fixed the cars for free before selling them. Have someone drive you to the next GSA auction (as I mentioned earlier) and drive your new car home. Otherwise, the auctions wouldn’t be as popular as they are and no one would participate. For more information, please see Other Auctions of State Surplus Vehicles below.
No refund will be made unless the purchaser submits a written notice, claiming a miss-description, to the contracting officer within 15 calendar days of the date of specified for removal and maintains the property in the same condition as when removed.
Really good to see the new faces from our communities coming to our auctions for the first time,” said DAA Owner David Andrews, who attended both sale events. Fees vary but average about $40, usually a one-time charge for unlimited online access to listings of auctions.